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BAMS, Diploma In Emergency Medicine, PG Diploma In Clinical Cosmetology (PGDCC)
Cosmetic Physician, Navi Mumbai  •  18 years experience
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I am Dr. Vaishali Uzagare. I am a cosmetologist and skin aesthetics. My clinic is situated in Kharghar, Navi Mumbai. Skin is a major organ of our body that's why it should remain healthy at all ages. Nowadays due to environmental pollution, a lot of stress, changes in lifestyle we are facing several problems regarding our skin. At our clinic, we are providing you with multiple treatments like oral medication, machine treatment, also diet and lifestyle changes for keeping your skin healthy and also to take care of your diseased skin.

As Ayurveda consultant I believe remaining healthy is equally important as curing the disease. It is well said in our Ayurveda. Today I want to share some information about Acne. Acne is a skin condition that occurs due to oil secreted in the sebaceous gland. Our hair follicle are clogged with this oil and dead skin cells. It is most common in teenagers though it occurs in people of all age group. In clinical manifestation there are inflammatory lesions like nodules, papules, postures etc. Non-inflammatory lesions like comedons, macro comedons, sub comedons etc.

Also, there are post inflammatory scars which are found on the face. It gives you very ugly look and that's why I want to make you aware to take care of your skin. The treatment depends upon age, type and severity of the condition. In my patients, I have found chemical peel tube gives wonderful results. If you want to keep your skin healthy then follow few tips in your daily life- wash your skin at least four to five times with cold water, don't use harsh soap, keep away from irritant cosmetics and walk at least 30 to 45 minutes daily. And if you have any queries or any problems you can contact me at or online consultation is also available. I will feel very happy to answer your questions and this is my aim to put the smile on my patient's face. Thank you for your patient listening!

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