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Please suggest mild shampoo having rough dry and damaged hair May be its due to I tried so many shampoos Pantene Sunsilk black Patanjali But nthng is working But making my hair more dry and damaged.
I am a 24 years old male from mumbai Was exposed to flooded streets while rain yesterday mostly due to overflowing sewage lines Should I be taking doxycycline as prophylaxis. If yes in what dose?
I am having white flakes coming off my scalp. Initially I assumed it was dandruff. I tried selsun shampoo for it. When that didnt work I consulted a specialist for it. She prescribed me Sebowash, citing that its fungal infection. I have been using it alternatively for a month now. I get itches in my head after washing my head with it and the fungus hasnt receded to my expectations. Also, I lost more than half my hairs in process. What do you suggest? a) for the fungal infection, shud I keep using the shampoo for another couple of months. Do i need any tablets with it? (Forcan or something) b) for hair regrowth --> shuld I try minoxidil-5(i have two 60 ml sample bottles with me, courtesy an MR) or once I get relief from the fungal infection, hair will regrow themselves. You can assume that I had this infection for more than 2 years. PS- I will really be grateful for any help/advise.
Hello sir, I m 18 years old. From last week I suffer from very badly etching problem in my whole body. With red doted point. What I have to do?
Facial Melanosis is the effect of excessive Melanin and abnormal Melanocyte under the skin. This results in hyperpigmentation problem; which frequently changes from brown to black and is usually found on the cheek and brow areas of the face. Mostly occurring in females as compared to males, it is found in the age group of over 30 years. Pregnancy, sun exposure, stress, hormone treatments including contraceptive pills, certain medications, and some cosmetics are some of the factors triggering Facial Melanosis.
Treatments for Facial Melanosis:
Facial Melanosis treatment might be very slow to respond. Sometimes, it also leads to irritation in sensitive skin, thus resulting in post inflammatory pigmentation.
Usually, a combination of following measures is helpful:
- Discontinuation of hormonal contraception
- Lifelong, year-round sun protection with a high SPF sunscreen. Reapply it after every 2 hours in case you are outdoors during the summer. Along with this, wear a broad-brimmed hat.
- If applicable, choose cosmetics which have sunscreen.
- Use a mild cleanser and if your skin is dry, don’t forget to use a light moisturizer.
- Application of Anti-Melasma Cream – The main function of Anti-Melasma cream is to reduce the Melanin by interrupting Tyrosinase (enzyme containing copper found in animal and plant tissues which support the secretion of melanin) activity. The active elements in the cream which are intended for Anti-Melasma are Licorice Acid, Retinoic Acid, Hydroquinone, Kojic Acid, Tranexamic Acid, Azelaic Acid and Ascorbic Acid.
- Usage of Sun Protection Cream – You should look out for those sun protection creams with SPF factor above 15. Also, Sunscreen should be Para-Aminobenzoic Acid-Free (PABA-Free). The presence of Micronized Titanium Dioxide, which is an active element that works as UV-A and UV-B reflector, becomes an issue of importance while selecting the perfect sunscreen.
- Peeling – Superficial or the epidermis layer of your skin can be chemically peeled off and this must be done by a specilized dermatologist or under the supervision of a dermatologist.
If you wish to discuss about any specific skin problem, you can consult a specilized dermatologist and ask a free question.