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Love at first sight, is what you will experience when you walk into The Wedding Clinic! A place where you witness your wedding dream come true! Here, you will meet two women, Payal & Dr.......more
Love at first sight, is what you will experience when you walk into The Wedding Clinic! A place where you witness your wedding dream come true! Here, you will meet two women, Payal & Dr. Shaili, who have recently been in your shoes & who have put together this warm & gorgeous setting especially for the bride to be. Payal, after her brief stint with celebrity management and an entrepreneurial program with ISB is currently in-charge of running a cosmetic - dermatology clinic & an academy set up in Mumbai. The idea of TWC struck her & her to be partner just six months before their own wedding when they were going absolutely crazy prioritizing their wedding checklist. They knew two things for sure, one that it would called The Wedding Clinic & that it would be a bride-exclusive space focused on skin care but not just limited to that. A place that understands the positivity that comes with feeling beautiful from within & without. From expert advice to real life bride experiences.

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11:00 AM - 08:00 PM

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212, Sanas Residency, Bell Air Suites & Apartments, Opposite Arthur’s Theme, Lane Number.6, Koregaon Park
Koregaon Park Pune, Maharashtra - 411001
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Hi!<br/><br/>This is Dr. Sonia Tekchandani, Consulting Dermatologist, Tender Skin International M...

Hi!

This is Dr. Sonia Tekchandani, Consulting Dermatologist, Tender Skin International Mumbai, The Wedding Clinic, Pune and Mumbai.

And today I'm going to talk to you about a very common endocrine disorder that is called as polycystic ovarian syndrome. Now this is also called as a lifestyle disorder. The common symptoms with which the client comes to us is acne on the jawline, unwanted hair on the chin and the upper lip and hair loss. Along with the above symptoms, the client will give you history of irregular menses and weight gain etc.

So the treatment of this common lifestyle disorder is basically change in the lifestyle. The main focus is on diet the main cause of this problem is a hormonal imbalance. There is an excessive androgen production that is a male hormone is produced in a female which leads to these kind of symptoms. Also the insulin levels are increased which increases the androgen production. The main focus of treatment is lifestyle modification. The first and foremost must take care of your diet.

A healthy nutritious well-balanced diet is what is required include foods like chia seeds, flax seeds, olive oil, avocados, coconut oil. Now all these are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. They have to reduce the levels of androgen in your body. Second important thing is exercise. A simple exercise like walking can increase the sensitivity to insulin. Third is reduced psychological and physical stress. Fourth is you may need medications depending upon the results of your tests.

A dermatologist and a gynecologist would be able to help you with all your concerns. It's very important to treat polycystic ovarian disease because it can lead to diabetes cardiac problems, hypertension, heart attacks, strokes etc. If you have any concerns with your skin in here you can book an appointment or consult me through lybrate.com.

Thank you and have a good day.

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Hello everyone,<br/><br/>This is Dr. Sonia Tekchandani, Consulting Dermatologist, Tender Skin Int...

Hello everyone,

This is Dr. Sonia Tekchandani, Consulting Dermatologist, Tender Skin International Mumbai, The Wedding Clinic, Pune and Mumbai.

oday I am going to talk about some myths related to skin care clinics. Generally a beauty clinic aur dermatology clinic is compared with a beauty salon. Both are different. In a beauty clinic or dermatology clinic, the services which we render are towards addressing concerns like pigmentation, acne, dark circles, hair loss, unwanted hair. Now we use medical great products, find the cost of pigments and address accordingly. For example, a client comes to you with acne, it is very important to find the cause of acne whether it is teenage acne , adult acne due to hormonal imbalance etc.

And then decide the line of treatment you have to give some medication along with your treatments. The other myth is that only women visit Skin Clinics. Men also visit Skin Clinics today. They are much aware of their skin concerns, they have different skin characteristics, they have much thicker skins, they do come for exfoliations, they require much more anti- wrinkle dosage as compared to women. I am sure you have heard about toothpaste can cure a pimple, a quick fix remedy which everybody has heard of.

Toothpaste can dry up your skin and therefore you might see some immediate benefits but are you aware of the reactions toothpaste can cause on your skin like irritation and redness, peeling of the skin that's when the emergency alarm rings and you run to a Dermatology clinic. We all use sunscreens today . Do we need a sunscreen on a cloudy day? Yes, the sun is hiding behind the clouds still filtering the ultraviolet which reaches the Earth's surface even on a cloudy day.

There is even reflection of the ultraviolet from water surfaces. So whether it is swimming after sunset or a cloudy day, wearing a sunscreen is a must. The other myth is whether scrubbing my face is as good as getting a peel done in a clinic? Obviously not. Scrubbing means irritating your skin. Scrubs contain apricots, walnuts and beans which can irritate your skin. Acne- prone skin can get irritated whereas a peel is decided depending upon your condition of your skin.

The peel helps to exfoliate your skin gently and in a controlled fashion and that's why you see the results. Does a skin treatment mean applying chemicals on my skin? Absolutely no. Peels are natural extracts. They are very superficial, they are extracts from sugarcane , they could be extracts from willow bark, they can be used for rejuvenating your skin , they can be used for treating acne, pigmentation ,dark circles, uneven skin tones ,fine lines and even wrinkles.

Our skin treatments very expensive? Very affordable and have long term results. Does laser have side effects? Lasers when done by qualified , skilled laser therapist under supervision of doctors have absolutely no side effects. If you have any concerns with your skin and hair, you can book an appointment with us consult me through my lybrate.com.

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I am losing hair quickly then I try to many shampoo and other products but I am not satisfied so tell me a solutions.

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I am losing hair quickly then I try to many shampoo and other products but I am not satisfied so tell me a solutions.
Hello, there are many reasons for hairfall like dandruff, hormonal imbalance, deficiencies. Finding the main cause is important. Frequent change in hair care products also affects hair. Please consult a dermatologist or message on private consultation to know more.
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Is Sugar Good For Your Face?

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Is Sugar Good For Your Face?

Almost every person salivates over desserts and sweets. One does not need a special occasion to get their sweet tooth going. While the lip-smacking sugary delight might impress the taste buds, it is sure to affect the health in a big way. If you thought that sugar was only bad for your waistline and general health, then you need to know that it is equally harmful for your skin. In fact, it can lead to serious dermatological conditions.

Harmful effects of sugar on the skin

  • A lot of what we eat reflects on our body externally. A number of internal changes can influence the external appearance of the body. Excessive intake of carbohydrates, starch and sugar can have an adverse effect on the skin. It can also accelerate the ageing process. But what triggers these complications needs to be understood and discussed in detail.
  • Carbohydrates can be simple or complex. Simple carbohydrates (cake, bread; to name a few) break down and convert to glucose rapidly. Increased glucose level implies increased insulin level, and causes inflammation, which affects the whole body. The enzymes produced during inflammation breaks down important proteins, namely elastin and collagen, leading to wrinkles and saggy skin.
  • Acne problems mainly arise from Glycation (the process through which digested sugar attaches permanently to the collagen). Glycation plays a significant role in accelerating the ageing process.
  • Complex carbohydrates, on the other hand, are good for health. When ingested, complex carbohydrates break down at a much slower rate. As a result, there is no abnormal increase in the insulin level.

Corrective measures to check the harmful effects of sugar on the skin:

With a little care and preventive measures, the deleterious effects of sugar on the skin can be minimised.

1. Supplement your diet with foods rich in antioxidants. Lean proteins, fibrous foods and diets rich in good fats are highly recommended. Include beans and nuts that have low glycemic value in your diet. Drink plenty of water.
2. Food items containing high amount of saturated fats (cheese, ice creams, fried foods; to name a few), and with high glycemic value should be strictly avoided.
3. Do not compromise with your sleep. A sound sleep and a stress-free life is the mantra to a glowing and youthful skin.
4. Practice meditation and yoga diligently. The rewarding and positive outcomes will leave you in awe.
5. Do not skip your meals or indulge in overeating. Have small servings at regular intervals.

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Dry Skin in Winter? Hydrate & Nourish yourself this season for a Healthy & a Glowing Skin :)

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Glutathione For Skin Whitening - Does It Really Work?

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Glutathione For Skin Whitening - Does It Really Work?

Almost everyone wants their skin to look healthy, rejuvenated and fairer. From home remedies to medical and cosmetic assistance, people try everything under the sun to improve their skin tone. Any discussion about skin whitening is incomplete without the mention of glutathione. Often referred to as the "Mother of all antioxidants", glutathione, a tripeptide comprising of the three amino acids- glycine, cysteine, and glutamine, also comes with detoxifying and anti-aging properties, and are extensively being used in the cosmetic industry.

Glutathione as a skin whitening agent
The pigment responsible for one's skin color is Melanin. The enzyme Tyrosinase plays a pivotal role in the synthesis of this pigment. In case of a darker complexion or an uneven skin, there is also an elevated production of Eumelanin (a pigment responsible for imparting the dark brown color). Glutathione goes a long way to inhibit the activity of the Tyrosinase enzyme which, in turn, slows down the production of melanin. Further, the antioxidant is also responsible for an increased conversion of Eumelanin to Pheomelanin (responsible for imparting the yellow-red color), thereby lightening the skin tone significantly.

Glutathione, being a naturally occurring antioxidant also functions as a free radical scavenger protecting the skin from oxidative damage and the deleterious effects of the free radicals such as accelerated skin aging, wrinkles, saggy and tired looking skin, to name a few. There are specialized clinics and cosmetic centers that use glutathione as an active ingredient in a host of skin treatments including chemical peels. In most of the cases, glutathione is used in an injectable form (Glutathione Injections) to ensure its better absorption in the body They are also available in topical forms.

Some of the side effects of glutathione
The use of glutathione should be under expert guidance. People with asthma should specifically refrain from using Glutathione (be it in oral or injectable form). Elevated use of glutathione for long can also lower the level of zinc in the body and may trigger kidney, thyroid dysfunctions and peptic ulcers.

Glutathione is already present in our body. Due to certain factors, we may not have the necessary levels and hence, right dosage of glutathione is given in a form of supplements.​ Factors that influence the glutathione level in the body

The level of Glutathione in our bodies can be affected by several factors some of which include:

  • Unhealthy dietary habits (processed foods, pasteurized dairy products, artificial sweeteners, hams, hot dogs, smoked and Barbecued foods, chlorinated water) and lifestyle practices (increased intake of alcohol or tobacco ).
  • Stress, lack of sleep.
  • Increased exposure to industrial pollutants, UV-radiation.
  • The level of glutathione also decreases with age.

Thus, to boost the glutathione level in the body, enrich the diet with foods such as broccoli, cauliflower, garlic, spinach, Brussels sprouts, cardamom, cinnamon, turmeric, parsley.

  • Avoid overcooking the vegetables.
  • Use a non-stick cookware on low or medium heat.
  • Make sure you follow a regular sleep cycle and avoid being overstressed.

It should be restricted in patients having altered Liver functions.

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I am suffering from itching in my head. When I do itching in my head, then my hair falls from there. It is rapidly rising from the left side of the upper forehead. I am worried because I am bachelor right now. So please suggest me How can I get rid of this itching? I have Heard that betnovate c is better for finish to bacteria? Can I use this cream. If have any good cream and shampoo also tell me.

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I am suffering from itching in my head. When I do itching in my head, then my hair falls from there. It is rapidly ri...
Hi lybrate-user, itching in head can be due to Dandruff, Seborrheic Dermatitis. You need to visit a Dermatologist for proper examination post which medications can be started immediately. There re good treatments for hair regrowth which can be discussed after consultation. Betnovate C cream is not good for long time as it harmful in long run. To take consultations.
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My son is 9 years old and he always have white patches on skin and eye infection I consulted many doctors but of no use please tell me what is the reason behind this?

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My son is 9 years old and he always have white patches on skin and eye infection I consulted many doctors but of no u...
Hello lybrate-user, thank you for the query. White patches on skin are due to nutritional deficiency, ring worm infection or low immunity. Recurrent eye infection could be viral, bacterial or allergic. I would advice to visit a dermatologist for the white patches and an opthalmologist for eye infection. Improve on the nutrition of the kid and practice proper hygiene after play in kids.
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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: A Dermatologic Approach

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Hi!

This is Dr. Sonia Tekchandani, Consulting Dermatologist, Tender Skin International Mumbai, The Wedding Clinic, Pune and Mumbai.

And today I'm going to talk to you about a very common endocrine disorder that is called as polycystic ovarian syndrome. Now this is also called as a lifestyle disorder. The common symptoms with which the client comes to us is acne on the jawline, unwanted hair on the chin and the upper lip and hair loss. Along with the above symptoms, the client will give you history of irregular menses and weight gain etc.

So the treatment of this common lifestyle disorder is basically change in the lifestyle. The main focus is on diet the main cause of this problem is a hormonal imbalance. There is an excessive androgen production that is a male hormone is produced in a female which leads to these kind of symptoms. Also the insulin levels are increased which increases the androgen production. The main focus of treatment is lifestyle modification. The first and foremost must take care of your diet.

A healthy nutritious well-balanced diet is what is required include foods like chia seeds, flax seeds, olive oil, avocados, coconut oil. Now all these are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. They have to reduce the levels of androgen in your body. Second important thing is exercise. A simple exercise like walking can increase the sensitivity to insulin. Third is reduced psychological and physical stress. Fourth is you may need medications depending upon the results of your tests.

A dermatologist and a gynecologist would be able to help you with all your concerns. It's very important to treat polycystic ovarian disease because it can lead to diabetes cardiac problems, hypertension, heart attacks, strokes etc. If you have any concerns with your skin in here you can book an appointment or consult me through lybrate.com.

Thank you and have a good day.

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Myths About Skin Care Treatment

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Hello everyone,

This is Dr. Sonia Tekchandani, Consulting Dermatologist, Tender Skin International Mumbai, The Wedding Clinic, Pune and Mumbai.

oday I am going to talk about some myths related to skin care clinics. Generally a beauty clinic aur dermatology clinic is compared with a beauty salon. Both are different. In a beauty clinic or dermatology clinic, the services which we render are towards addressing concerns like pigmentation, acne, dark circles, hair loss, unwanted hair. Now we use medical great products, find the cost of pigments and address accordingly. For example, a client comes to you with acne, it is very important to find the cause of acne whether it is teenage acne , adult acne due to hormonal imbalance etc.

And then decide the line of treatment you have to give some medication along with your treatments. The other myth is that only women visit Skin Clinics. Men also visit Skin Clinics today. They are much aware of their skin concerns, they have different skin characteristics, they have much thicker skins, they do come for exfoliations, they require much more anti- wrinkle dosage as compared to women. I am sure you have heard about toothpaste can cure a pimple, a quick fix remedy which everybody has heard of.

Toothpaste can dry up your skin and therefore you might see some immediate benefits but are you aware of the reactions toothpaste can cause on your skin like irritation and redness, peeling of the skin that's when the emergency alarm rings and you run to a Dermatology clinic. We all use sunscreens today . Do we need a sunscreen on a cloudy day? Yes, the sun is hiding behind the clouds still filtering the ultraviolet which reaches the Earth's surface even on a cloudy day.

There is even reflection of the ultraviolet from water surfaces. So whether it is swimming after sunset or a cloudy day, wearing a sunscreen is a must. The other myth is whether scrubbing my face is as good as getting a peel done in a clinic? Obviously not. Scrubbing means irritating your skin. Scrubs contain apricots, walnuts and beans which can irritate your skin. Acne- prone skin can get irritated whereas a peel is decided depending upon your condition of your skin.

The peel helps to exfoliate your skin gently and in a controlled fashion and that's why you see the results. Does a skin treatment mean applying chemicals on my skin? Absolutely no. Peels are natural extracts. They are very superficial, they are extracts from sugarcane , they could be extracts from willow bark, they can be used for rejuvenating your skin , they can be used for treating acne, pigmentation ,dark circles, uneven skin tones ,fine lines and even wrinkles.

Our skin treatments very expensive? Very affordable and have long term results. Does laser have side effects? Lasers when done by qualified , skilled laser therapist under supervision of doctors have absolutely no side effects. If you have any concerns with your skin and hair, you can book an appointment with us consult me through my lybrate.com.

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