Skincare and Haircare treatments related FAQ’s
Acne is a common skin condition wherein hair, sebum (an oily liquid), bacteria, and dead skin cells clog the pores of your skin. Blackheads, whiteheads, nodules, and various types of pimples are caused by these obstructions.
Depending on the severity of the acne, treatments may include skincare products, laser or light therapy, and corticosteroid injections. According to several research, eating a balanced diet might also help you have smoother skin.
As people age, the elastic fibres in the dermis weaken and disappear, resulting in sagging, wrinkled, and loose skin. While there is no way to stop wrinkles from developing for whatever reason, there are some things that can be taken to slow down the ageing process.
- Sun protection: This is crucial since UV radiation from the sun accelerate photo-aging. Covering the skin and using sunscreens is important.
- Lifestyle adjustments: These include adopting an objectively healthy diet that includes lots of water, a fiber-rich diet, and fruits and salads. Stress reduction techniques like yoga, meditation, and regular exercise are also beneficial.
- Daily skin care: This should include cleaning of the face using a mild cleanser, the use of a moisturiser, and sunscreen every day.
- Limiting use of cosmetics: Regular use of cosmetics, bleach, and facials can damage skin, and occasionally, patients may have sensitivity to their reactions.
Fillers, chemical peels, laser resurfacing, photodynamic therapy, microdermabrasion, and facelifts are some of the treatment options that can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
- Genetics or inheritance
- Androgenetic and other hormonal issues
- Scalp illnesses/infections like dandruff, high fever, and fungal diseases, etc.
- Chemotherapy and medications
- Nutritional Deficiency
- Use of poor quality hair products such as shampoo, colour, hair gel, etc.
- Unhealthy hair treatments, combing practices, and hairstyles.
Steps involved in a Hair Transplant are as follows –
- Grafts of hair are first extracted from the donor region. The goal is to prevent damaging the donor area while extracting the grafts with the least amount of transection. Both the quantity and the quality of the grafts are crucial, and in the hands of a skilled surgeon, both should be nearly flawless.
- The extracted grafts are carefully placed into the recipient area through tiny holes or slits. The manner the grafts are put will demonstrate the doctor’s expertise. How natural the hair eventually seems will depend on the placement of the hair, both in terms of direction and angle. The ultimate outcome will differ depending on the density.
- Chemical Peels Tackle
- Fine lines and Wrinkles
- Uneven pigmentation
- Shallow acne scars
- Sun damaged scars
- Age spots
- Dull, tired and neglected skin
Lifestyle choices causing under eye circles
- Hyperpigmentation caused by sun damage
- Caffeine consumption
- Alcohol consumption
- Sleep deprivation
- Dietary deficiencies
Other causes of dark under eye circles
- Hyperpigmentation caused by melasma
- Nasal congestion
- Medical conditions (eczema, thyroid problems, etc.)
- Venous congestion under eye blood vessels
- Environmental exposure
Dark circle prevention –
- Get plenty of rest. Lack of sleep simply highlights dark under-eye bags.
- Blood vessel dilation can be lessened by gently applying a black tea bag or cold compress.
- Wearing large sunglasses will help you avoid sun damage and reduce pigmentation.
- Keep head slightly elevated as you sleep to prevent fluids from draining toward the eyes
- Stay away from smoking. If you already smoke, stop right away.
- Saline spray or a saltwater solution, both of which are nasal decongestants, can aid in preventing blood vessel dilation.
- Avoid rubbing the region around your eyes because doing so will only make the problem worse.
The natural, pure protein in these injections helps to relax the muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles, giving the individual’s appearance a youthful glow.
Fillers help with –
- Upper Face- Worry Lines / Frown Lines / Eyebrow shaping
- Mid-Face – Wrinkles on smiling (crow’s feet)
- Lower Face – Jawline shaping / sad angle of the mouth / chin shaping / neck / decollate
- Excessive Sweating – Underarms / Palms
Vitiligo is a skin disorder in which the brown pigment in the skin gradually disappears, leaving behind uneven, white patches that feels like normal skin. It can affect people of any age group. Vitiligo symptoms include white patches on the skin, which can appear anywhere, including the hands, arms, lips, and cheeks. In spite of this, not every spot on the body can be attributed to vitiligo since numerous other medical problems can also result in white spots on the skin.
Small white patches that are initially seen in an area where pigment has been lost gradually expand as vitiligo progresses. The purpose of treatment is to halt or delay the loss of pigment.
Treatments include –
- Topical Corticosteroids: Corticosteroid creams or ointments
- Immunomodulators: Immunosuppressant creams or ointments, such as Pimecrolimus and Tacrolimus can be used.
- Phototherapy: Phototherapy is a medical procedure in which your skin is carefully exposed to ultraviolet light. This therapy can be done by itself or after taking a drug that sensitizes your skin to light.
- Autologous Skin Graft: Skin may be moved (grafted) from normally pigmented areas and placed onto areas where there is pigment loss.
- Cover-Up Make-Up: Several cover-up make-up or skin dyes can mask vitiligo.
- Using Sunscreen: It is important to remember that skin without pigment is at greater risk for sun damage. Be sure to apply a broad-spectrum (UVA and UVB), high SPF sunscreen or sun block and use appropriate safeguards against sun exposure
- Medical Tattooing: by using medical gradient dyes are used for semi-permanent / permanent Cosmetic Tattooing over stable, small patches of vitiligo. It has given excellent results for isolated lip vitiligo cases.
Laser therapy works on both the thickness and colour of hair. Although the results are temporary, it nourishes skin to support its natural rejuvenation.
The regrown hair is substantially finer and lighter. It takes about 6 to 8 sessions in most cases to achieve complete hair reduction in a specific area. One or two “maintenance” treatment sessions may be necessary for 10% to 20% of patients each year.
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