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Mr. Saju Sanjeev  - Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum

Mr. Saju Sanjeev

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Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal Colleg...

Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum

3 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
Mr. Saju Sanjeev 87% (115 ratings) Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ir... Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
3 Years Experience  ·  100 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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He has helped numerous patients in his 3 years of experience as a Cosmetic Physician. He studied and completed Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland . Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Mr. Saju Sanjeev on Lybrate.com.

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Master IN - Cosmetology - VLCC Institute for Beauty and Nutrition - 2017
Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland - Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland - 2016

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I am suffering from acne from almost last 6 years its going worst and worst. Can you suggest some instance remedy to get rid of it.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
I am suffering from acne from almost last 6 years its going worst and worst. Can you suggest some instance remedy to ...
Hello Lybrate user, I am very happy to answer your question. Try to follow these things; 1) Try a new acne treatment every week or so. This approach can irritate your skin, which can cause breakouts. What to do instead: Give an acne treatment time to work. You want to use a product for 6 to 8 weeks. It takes that long to see some improvement. If you don’t see any improvement by then, you can try another product. Complete clearing generally takes 3 to 4 months. 2) Apply acne medication only to your blemishes. It makes sense to treat what you see, but this approach fails to prevent new breakouts. What to do instead: To prevent new blemishes, spread a thin layer of the acne medication evenly over your acne-prone skin. For example, if you tend to breakout on your forehead, nose, and chin, you’d want to apply the acne treatment evenly on all of these areas of your face. 3) Use makeup, skin care products, and hair care products that can cause acne. Some makeup along with many skin and hair care products contain oil or other ingredients that can cause acne breakouts. If you continue to use them, you may continue to see blemishes. What to do instead: Use only makeup, sunscreen, skin and hair care products that are labeled “non-comedogenic” or “won’t clog pores.” These products don’t cause breakouts in most people. 4) Share makeup, makeup brushes, or makeup applicators. Even if you use only non-comedogenic products, sharing makeup can lead to blemishes. Acne isn’t contagious, but when you share makeup, makeup brushes, or applicators, the acne-causing bacteria, oil, and dead skin cells on other people’s skin can wind up in your makeup. When you use that makeup, you can transfer their bacteria, oil, and dead skin cells to your skin. These can clog your pores, leading to breakouts. 5) Sleep in your makeup. Even non-comedogenic makeup can cause acne if you sleep in it. What to do instead: Remove your makeup before you go to bed. No exceptions. If you’re too tired to wash your face, use a makeup remover towelette. Just make sure it’s a non-comedogenic towelette. 6) Wash your face throughout the day. Washing your face several times a day can further irritate your skin, leading to more breakouts. What to do instead: Wash your face twice a day — when you wake up and before you go to bed. You’ll also want to wash your face when you finish an activity that makes you sweat. 7) Dry out your skin. Skin with acne is oily, so it can be tempting to apply astringent and acne treatments until your face feels dry. Don’t. Dry skin is irritated skin. Anytime you irritate your skin, you risk getting more acne. What to do instead: Use acne treatments as directed. If your skin feels dry, apply a moisturizer made for acne-prone skin. You’ll want to apply the moisturizer twice a day, after washing your face. You also want to avoid using astringents, rubbing alcohol, and anything else that can dry out your skin. 8) Scrub your skin clean. To get rid of acne, you may be tempted to scrub your skin clean. Don’t. Scrubbing can irritate your skin, causing acne to flare. What to do instead: Be gentle when washing your face and other skin with acne. You want to use a mild, non-comedogenic cleanser. Apply the cleanser lightly with your fingertips, using a circular motion. Gently rinse it off with warm water, using only your fingers. Then pat your skin dry with a clean towel. 9) Rub sweat from your skin during a workout. Using a towel to roughly rub away sweat can irritate your skin, which can cause breakouts. What to do instead: When working out, use a clean towel to gently pat sweat from your skin. 10) Pop or squeeze breakouts. When you pop or squeeze acne, you’re likely to push some of what’s inside (e.g. Pus, dead skin cells, or bacteria) deeper into your skin. When this happens, you increase inflammation. This can lead to more-noticeable acne and sometimes scarring and pain. What to do instead: Resist the temptation to pop or squeeze acne. You want to treat your acne with acne medication. If you have deep or painful acne, seeing a dermatologist is necessary to help clear your acne. Many people can control their acne by following these skin care tips and using acne treatment that they can buy without a prescription. If you continue to see acne after giving these tips a chance to work, a dermatologist can help. Some people need prescription-strength acne treatment. With the right help, virtually everyone who has acne can see clearer skin.
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He's having oily skin and he's black in colour. What he has to do to decrease oil formation on skin and also suggest any tips to increase his colour.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
He's having oily skin and he's black in colour. What he has to do to decrease oil formation on skin and also suggest ...
Hello Lybrate user, I am very happy to answer your question. 1. DO wash your face every morning, evening, and after exercise. While washing, resist the temptation to scrub your skin – even to remove makeup. Scrubbing irritates your skin, which can make it look worse. 2. DO choose skin care products that are labeled “oil free” and “noncomedogenic.” This means that products that have these labels – including cleansers, moisturizers and makeup – won’t clog your pores or cause acne. 3. DO use a gentle, foaming face wash. Many people believe that they need to use a strong face wash for oily skin in order to dry out their skin. However, using a face wash that is too harsh can irritate your skin and trigger increased oil production. Instead, look for a mild, gentle face wash. 4. DON’T use oil-based or alcohol-based cleansers. These can irritate your skin. 5. DO apply moisturizer daily. Although you have oily skin, it is still important to apply moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. To save time and protect your skin from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays, look for a moisturizer that also contains a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. 6. DO wear sunscreen outdoors. Sunscreen helps prevent sun damage that could lead to wrinkles, age spots and even skin cancer. To prevent acne breakouts, look for sunscreens that contain zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, and do not use sunscreens that contain fragrance or oils. 7. DON’T touch your face throughout the day. Although it’s tempting to touch your face, doing so can spread dirt, oil and bacteria from your hands to your face. Only touch your face when you’re cleansing, moisturizing or applying sunscreen or makeup, and make sure your hands are clean first. (According to the guideline of AAD)

I am 22 years old male. I am suffering from fungal infection near my private parts. please suggest me a good treatment. thank you.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
I am 22 years old male. I am suffering from fungal infection near my private parts. please suggest me a good treatmen...
Hello Lybrate user, You’ll need to keep the area clean and dry. Take these steps for faster healing: Wash the area, then dry using a clean towel Use another towel on the rest of your body Read the medicine label and apply it as directed Avoid tight-fitting clothes and underwear. They can rub and chafe your skin and make you more prone to getting jock itch. Consider switching to boxers if you wear briefs. 1) kezol soap twice daily to clean the affected area 2) candid KZ cream twice daily for 3 to 4 week Review after 2 week.
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Sir I have a oily skin face and have acne on it so I use facewash and cream for acne But in winter there is a type of irritation in face due to lack of moisture. So what cream should I use to prevent this?

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
Sir I have a oily skin face and have acne on it so I use facewash and cream for acne
But in winter there is a type of...
Hello Lybrate user, I am very happy to answer your question so your concern is about choosing an excellent moisturizer Rx 1) Papulex sos Dryness or Acnemoist 2 to 3 times a day.
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Hello, I am 23 years old and I am dealing with acne and pimples for almost 6 years, I am using this lotion right now which is called erytop, but still this problem hasn't reduced, from last 6 to 5 months it has become more pronounced. There are almost 12 to 13 pimples every month on my face, most probably pimple prone areas are my chin and forehead, sometimes there are bigger pimples on the chick. After consulting with some doctors every one said it is because of the hormones but now it is unbearable how long it will last ?what should I do?

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
Hello, I am 23 years old and I am dealing with acne and pimples for almost 6 years, I am using this lotion right now ...
Hello Lybrate user, I am very happy to answer your question. I can understand the situation you are facing But try to obey the instructions that am providing to you Rx 1) Blise Facewash 2 x daily 2) Metrogyl gel Thrice daily during day time 3) cap: Doxycycline 100 mgTwice daily morning and night 4) adaferin gel during night time 5) Salisia KT shampoo 2x weekly Drink 12 glass of water daily Avoid excess carbohydrates fats and sugar avoid chocolate, milk products, ice cream. Non veg Review after 2 weeks.
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I am 18 years old male. I have a lot of pimple on my face. There are so many wrinkles and dark spots on the face. Can you tell me how to reduce it?

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
I am 18 years old male. I have a lot of pimple on my face. There are so many wrinkles and dark spots on the face. Can...
Hello Lybrate user you can use 1) Clindac - A gel in the morning 2) Aziderm 10% During night time 3) Tab Celin 1 daily for 30 days: Drink 12 glass of water daily: consume fresh fruit and vegetables daily Review after 2 weeks.
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I am 18 years and I have pore and pimple more and my get back due to pollution how can clean my face.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
I am 18 years and I have pore and pimple more and my get back due to pollution how can clean my face.
Use 1) Blise face wash twice daily for one month 2) use a gentle alcohol free toner, which contains tea tree oil 3) Metrogyl gel 3 times a day 4) Aziderm 10 during night time Drink plenty of water Consume fresh fruit and vegetables daily Avoid using junk food Review after 2 weeks.

Hello Doctor, Best cream for blackheads and Whitehead and home remedies are not working for me.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
Hello Doctor, Best cream for blackheads and Whitehead and home remedies are not working for me.
Hello Lybrate user use 1) Neutrogena blackheads eliminating toner 2) Deriva CMS on nose during night time.

Hello please treat fungal infection problem very itching and both thighs to the fungal infection long time to use clofresh GM neo cream but it is the not better Fluka 150 right or wrong for me.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
Hello please treat fungal infection problem very itching and both thighs to the fungal infection long time to use clo...
Hello Lybrate user, I am very happy to answer your question use:- 1) Zole-F cream twice daily for 4 weeks.
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Hi, After pregnancy I had getting dark skin colour please tell mi how to get rid or any treatment is there please suggest me I want to lighten My skin colour.

Master IN - Cosmetology, Royal College Of Surgeons In Ireland / Royal College Of Physicians Of Ireland
Cosmetic Physician, Trivandrum
Hi, After pregnancy I had getting dark skin colour please tell mi how to get rid or any treatment is there please sug...
Hello Lybrate user I am happy to answer your question you can use 1 Bliss face wash Twice Daily 2 Melapine cream twice daily morning and night 3 Suncote gel over (2) During day time and reapply every 2-3 hrs upto 4 pm.
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