Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Use tweezers to reduce facial hair. This is one of the most common ways people remove facial hair. ...
Try a disposable or reusable razor for use in wet shaving. Apply a shaving gel or foam to the chin or upper lip. ...
Try threading. ...
Use lasers. ...
Hello. Definitely it can be removed. However the mode of removal has to be decided on the size, position and the depth of the tattoo, for which I would like you to get it examined first. It can be removed by either, Excision or laser therapy etc, all which has their own pros and cons. These you can discuss accordingly.
Hello. The scars and the pigmentation on the face are treatable. It's better to get it examined first so that we can identify the type of skin, scars and if they are hyper pigmented, atrophic or ice pick scars. The treatment are of various kind like ranging from simple scrubs and mild peels for the face to the major interventions such as laser therapy, dermaroller, subcision or peeling. These depend on the type of the scars and which kind you opt for. You can consult me online or text me with pictures for further details.
Mix equal quantity of Rose petal powder and orange peel powder in gram flour and clay, mix in rose water and apply daily before bath and leave it for 20 minutes then wash off.
Apply Milk with saffron all over at bedtime.
You can start initially on milder depigmentation creams which contain kojic acid, arbutin, niacinamide like Melaglow at night and use sunscreen three times a day. And depending on type of skin whether oily or dry you can choose a face wash. It need examination and personalized plan. You can consult in private with photographs.
Hello, Acne can be depressing sometimes as it requires prolonged and laborious treatment. Sensitive skin may have been due to various reasons like prolonged steroid use, dryness etc. Since you have sensitive Co2 laser may produce pigmentation and prolonged redness. Chemical peels too are not advised in sensitive skin. Subcision, microneedling are good options. One good option is combining these with Fat graft it not only elevates the scars it also rejuvnates the skin with growth factors. You can consult with pictures for better understanding of your concerns.
Common side effects include redness of the skin, swelling of the treated area, and moderate irritation similar to the feeling produced by a mild sunburn. In rare cases involving laser skin resurfacing, side effects such as burning, scarring, or a change in the pigmentation of the skin have occurred
Laser treatment is usually safe for pigmentation if got done by an expert with good experience of using laser but it can still lead to some side effects.
In darker individuals there can be hyperpigmentation, worsening or recurrence of the skin condition for which laser is being done. These are unpredictable and can occur inspite of all the precautions.
In some cases it may not be possible to get rid of complete pigmentation.
Moreover multiple sittings are required.
I hope to have answered your query and would be happy to clarify any further doubts.