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Acne and
Acne Scar Treatment

*Dermaroller *Laser resurfacing *Microneedling and sublative radiofrequency. *Topical and oral medication *Chemical peeling *Skin polishing (microdermabarison), *Intense pulsed light (IPL)

Skin Lightening and
Glow Treatment

*Chemical peels *Electoporation and Mesotherapy *Party Peels for instaglow *Special bridal beauty Packages (customized) *IPL Photo rejuvenation *Laser Photo facial

Anti Ageing and
Skin Rejuvenation

*Chemical peels *Electoporation and Mesotherapy *Party Peels for instaglow *Special bridal beauty Packages (customized) *IPL Photo rejuvenation *Laser Photo facial

Fillers Treatment

Botox injections are noted primarily for the ability to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels can improve the skin's appearance. In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin.

Hair Fall Treatment

*Modalities: *Treatment for all type of hair loss disorders *Tropical and Oral medicines *Hair Mesotherapy *Targeted UVB phototherapy comb

Mesotherapy and
PRP for Hair Fall

Mesotherapy is a technique that uses injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat. *PRP treatment is a non-surgical medical procedure where concentrated plasma rich in growth factor.

Laser Hair Reduction

*Reduction of Unwanted and Excessive hair growths on face, neck, chest, arms, legs, ears, back etc. *Treatment Modality: *Diode Laser *Intense pulsed light (IPL)

Wart Removal

*Radiofrequency / Radiocautery

Tattoo Removal

Modality: Q- Switched Nd: YAG Laser

Invasive Therapy Under Guidance Of Reputed Plastic Surgeon


(Tired Look / Boggy Eyelids/ Premature Aging/ Sagging Neck/ Crooked Nose/ Deformer)
* Rhinoplasty( Cosmetic Nose
* Correction) * Otoplasty ( Ear Reshaping) * Dimple Creation * Facelift/ Necklift * Brow Lift * S- Lift ( Short Scar Facelift) * Thread Lift * Blepharoplasty ( Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery) * Chin/ Cheek Augmentation


( Excess Fat/ Pendulous Tummy/ Sagging Skin/ Flat Buttocks) *Liposuction - Suction Assisted / Power Assisted / VASER *4- D Body Sculpting *Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty) *Body Contouring Procedures Post Bariatric Surgery *Arm Lift *Thigh-Buttock Lift *Buttock Augmentation *Calf Augmentation


( Small Breasts/ Large Breasts/ Sagging Breasts/ Male Breast/ Asymmetry) *Breast Augmentation ( Enlargement) *Autologous Fat Transfer *Breast Reduction *Breast Lift ( Mastopexy) *Correction of Male Breast (Gynaecomastia) *Nipple Correction *Nipple Reconstruction


(Hair loss/ Baldness- Male / Female pattern) *Hair Restoration Surgery- FUT ( Follicular Unit Transplantation) FUE ( Follicular Unit Extraction)

Scar/Tattoo Management

*Scar Revision Surgery *Scar Reorientation Surgery - Z plasty / W Plasty *Tattoo - Surgical Removal

Genital Cosmetic Surgery

*Labial Rejuvenation *Hymenoplasty *Penis Enlargement

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Treatment & Conditions

      • It becomes thinner.
      • It develops darkened spots called lentigines.
      • It becomes dry and susceptible to itching.
      • It loses underlying fat, leading to hollowed areas near the eyes and cheeks, this loss of fat also causes tendos and blood vessels to become more noticeable.

Prevention-while you cannot stop or even slow down the intrinsic aging process, you can stop signs of premature aging by protecting your skin from and quitting smoking.

    • Avoiding deliberate tanning, including the use of indoor tanning equipment
    • prevent sunburn if at all possible
    • Staying away from the sun between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., when the sun’s rays are powerful.
    • Wearing protective clothing, such as a wide-brimmed hat and long sleeves, when going outside during the day.
    • Applying sunscreen year-round. sunscreen should be broad spectrum(which offers both UVA and UVB protection) and have a sun protection factor(SPF) of 30 or higher sunscreen should be applied 20 minutes before going outside to areas of skin that will be exposed it should be reapplied after sweating or being in water 2-3 hours
    • If you are bothered by visible signs of aging, many treatments are available. Injectable fillers and botulinum toxins are appropriate for people with a busy lifestyle who do not want the inconvenience of a long recovery. Radiofrequency is a procedure that offers a substitute for the traditional.
    • Facelift, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, chemical peeling, microdermabrasion, and some topical treatments can re-establish skin, giving it a smoother and refreshed appearance.
    • Scientific research in the field of anti-aging continues to give growth to new and promising treatment options. A dermatologist can help you sort through the many options, including a myriad of over-the-counter products. During a consultation, the dermatologist recommends appropriate treatment options.

Every person aspires to have smooth and clear skin as it boosts self-confidence and enhances their personality. A few practical daily methods for youthful-looking skin:

    • Excessive and prolonged exposure to the sun’s damaging ultraviolet light leads to photoaging. Hence stay out of the sun between 11 am and 4 pm when the sun is most powerful to minimize skin damage.
    • If you have to be outdoors in the sun, wear a wide-brimmed hat to decrease the amount of sunlight your face and head get exposed. Wear protective clothing whenever you go out into direct sunlight such as long pants, long-sleeved shirts, hats, and sunglasses.
    • As it is impossible to completely avoid sun exposure, apply sunscreen liberally 20 minutes before you go outdoors.
    • As skin ages, it loses its ability to retain moisture and produce natural oils. The result is dry dehydrated skin that appears thin and rough. 
    • Applying moisturizer will lubricate aging skin and help it to retain water thus preventing skin from dehydrating.
    • For skin smoking and other such habits are harmful. Enough precautions must be taken to reduce the habit of engaging in healthy activities.
Reduce the signs of aging by following these tips from dermatologists

Wear sunscreen every day

    • Since the sun’s rays can quicken aging. Use a sunscreen or facial moisturizer that suggests broad-spectrum protection and has an SPF of at least 30. Be sure to apply sunscreen to all skin that is not covered by clothing.

Do not tan

    • Getting a tan from the sun or a tanning bed exposes you to harmful UV rays that can accelerate aging, causing wrinkles, age spots, a blotchy complexion, and even skin cancer.


    • Moisturize traps water in the skin, which can help reduce the appearance of some fine lines and make your complexion look brighter and younger

Test products

  • Even those labeled “hypoallergenic.” To test, dab a small amount of the product on your inner forearm twice a day for 4 to 5 days. If you do not react, it is likely safe for you to apply it to your face.

How your wash your hair and the products you use can go a long way toward maintaining smooth, shiny hair, follow these simple tips from dermatologists to maintain healthy hair.

Wash oily shampoo the scalp.

How often wash your hair should be based on how much oil your scalp products.

    • If your scalp is oily, you may need to wash it as often as once a day.
    • As you get older, your scalp makes less oil, so you do not need to shampoo as often, but if you see flakes in your hair, you may not be shampooing enough. This can lead to dandruff and further scalp diseases
Concentrate shampoo on the scalp.
    • When washing your hair, focus on clearing primarily the scalp, rather than washing the entire length of hair. Washing only your hair can create unmanageable hair that is dull and coarse.
Use conditioner after every shampoo
    • Unless you use “2-in-1” shampoo, which cleans and conditions hair. Using a conditioner can significantly recover the look of damaged or weathered hair by increasing shine, decreasing static electricity, improving strength, and offering some protection from harmful UV rays.
Concentrate conditioner on tips of the hair
    • Because conditioners can make fine hair limp, they only should be used on the tips of the hair and not on the scalp or length of the hair
Choose a shampoo and conditioner formulated specifically for your hair type
    • For example, if you color your hair, use a shampoo created for color-treated hair. If your hair is damaged or chemically treated, use a “2-in-1” shampoo. Regardless of cost, many shampoos and conditioner brands deliver the same benefits.

If you have questions about caring for your hair, you should make an appointment to see a Hair Loss Treatment in Pune

What is Vitiligo?

Vitiligo is a disease in which the skin loses pigment due to the devastation of pigment cells, which are called melanocytes. Areas of the skin become white. The most common sites of pigment loss are body folds(such as the groin or armpits), around body openings, and exposed areas like the face or hands. Vitiligo is common, with 0.5-1% of the general population affected. Its frequency is higher in people with thyroid conditions and some other metabolic diseases, but most people who have vitiligo are in good health and suffer no symptoms other than areas of pigment loss.

What causes Vitiligo?

Medical researchers are not completely sure what causes vitiligo, although it is now known that a combination of genetic(your body make-up), immunologic(your body’s ability to attack foreign materials), and environmental factors are involved in most cases. This means that certain people are predisposed(have a greater tendency) to grow vitiligo upon exposure to the right trigger(such as stress, illness, or injury).

Will it Spread?

Vitiligo may spread to other areas, but there is no way of predicting whether, where, or when it will many cases initial pigment loss will occur, then after several months the number and size of the light areas become stable and may remain so for a long time. many individuals with vitiligo report initial or later episodes of pigment loss followed by periods of physical or emotional stress, which seem to trigger depigmentation in those who are predisposed.

Is It Contagious?

Vitiligo is not contagious. It is not life-threatening but, vitiligo can be life-altering. Some people develop low self-esteem, no longer want to hang out with friends, or develop serious depression. Most people have vitiligo for life, so it’s vital to develop coping strategies. A coping strategy that helps many people is to study vitiligo. Another helpful strategy is to connect with others who have vitiligo.

Do I Have Cancer?

Vitiligo is not a cancerous or pre-cancerous condition.

Vitiligo: Tips for managing Protect your skin from the sun

Everyone who has vitiligo can benefit from sun protection. Here’s Why:

Skin that has lost its color sunburns very easily.

A bad sunburn can worsen vitiligo.

if you have fair skin, avoiding a tan usually makes the vitiligo barely noticeable.

Will It Spread?

To protect your skin from the sun, dermatologists recommended:

    • Use sunscreen: Generously apply sunscreen every day to skin that will not be covered by clothing.
    • Apply Sunscreen every day: Be sure to apply it for at least 15 minutes before going outdoors.
    • Reapply Sunscreen when outdoors: If you will be outdoors, be sure to reapply the sunscreen

    – Every 2 hours even on cloudy days.

    – After being in water or sweating

    • Wear clothing that protects your skin from the sun: Skin covered by clothing that has a high SPF does not need sunscreen.
    • Seek Shade: This is especially important when your shadow is shorter than you are. That’s when the sun’s damaging rays are at their strongest and you are likely to sunburn.

What Treatment Options Are Available?

The main goal of treating vitiligo is to improve appearance. therapy for vitiligo takes a long time-it usually must be continued for 6 to 18 months. current treatment options for vitiligo include medication such as topical steroids, PUVA light therapy, surgery, and adjunctive therapies(used along with surgical or medical treatments)


      • Acne occur when tiny holes on the surface of the skin become clogged. These holes are called pores. each pore opens to a follicle . A follicle contains a hair and an oil gland . the oil released by the gland helps remove old skin cells and keeps your skin soft When glands produce too much oil, the pores get blocked. dirt, bacteria and build up. the blockage is called a plug or come done . If the top of the plug is white, it is called a whitehead. If the top of the plug is dark, it is called a blackhead. If the plug breaks open,swelling and red bumps occur. Acne that is deep your skin can cause hard, painful cysts. this is called cystic acne. Acne is most common in teenagers , but anyone can acne , even babies. three out of four teenagers have some acne. It may be triggered by; Hormonal changes related to puberty, menstrual natural cycle,pregnancy, birth, control pills or stress. Greasy or oily cosmetic and hair product. Certain drugs (such as steroids, testosterone, estrogen, and phenytoin) High levels of humidity and sweating. Research shows that chocolate, nuts, & greasy foods does not cause acne.


      • self-care steps you can take to help your acne. wash the affected area with a mild soap or cleanser and lukewarm water. very hot or cold water can make acne worse. completely remove make-up before going to bed. if dry skin is a problem, use a fragrance-free, water-based emollient. regular exercise cannot improve your acne but it can boost your mood and improve your self-esteem. shower as soon as possible once you finish exercising as sweat can irritate your acne.

        What NOT to do:

      • Do not wash affected areas of skin more that twice a day. frequent washing can irritate the skin and make symptoms worse. Try not to squeeze, scratch,prick or rub the pimples.Although it might be tempting to do this, it can lead to skin infections and scarring.
        Avoid wearing tight headbands,baseball caps, and other hats.
        Avoid touching your face with your hands or fingers.
        Avoid greasy cosmetics or creams. take off make-up at night. look for water-based or “noncomedogenic” formulas.
        Noncomedogenic products have been tested and proven not to clog pores and cause acne.

Prescription medicines

      • if pimples are still a problem, a health care provider will examine you carefully and prescribed some oral antibiotics (taken by mouth ) or topical anitibiotic. In very severe cases they may also prescribe isotretinoin medications.

Non-pharmaceutical treatments

      • Several treatments for acne do not involve medication. These include: Chemical peels-where a chemical solution is applied to the face, causing the skin to peel off and new skin to replace it. Photodynamic therapy-where light is applied to the skin in an attempt to improve symptoms of acne. Outlook (Prognosis) Acne usually goes away after the teenage years, but it may last into middle age. The condition often responds well to treatment after 6 – 8 weeks, but it may flare up from time to time. Scarring may occur if severe acne is not treated.

Acne treatment that you apply to the skin:

      • Most acne treatments are applied to the skin. Your dermatologist may call this topical treatment. There are many topical acne treatments. Some topical help kill the bacteria. Other work on reducing the oil. The topical medicine may contain a retinoid, prescription- strength benzoyl peroxide, antibiotics, or even salicylic acid. Your dermatologist will determine what you need.

        Acne treatment that works throughout the body:

      • Medicine that works throughout the body may be necessary when you have red, swollen type of acne. This type of treatment is usually necessary to treat acne cysts and nodules. Your dermatologist my prescribe one or more of these:
      • Antibiotics (helps to be kill bacteria and reduce inflammation)
      • Birth control pills and other medicines that work on hormones (can be helpful for woman).
      • Isolation (the only treatment that works on all that cause acne).
      • Lasers and other light therapies: These devices reduce the p. acnes bacteria. Your dermatologist can determine whether this type of treatment can be helpful.
      • Chemical peels: you cannot buy the chemical peels that dermatologists use. Dermatologists use chemical peels to treat 2 type of acne. Blackheads & Papules.
      • Acne removal: your dermatologist may perform a procedure called “drainage and extraction” to remove large acne cyst. The procedure helps when the cyst does not respond to medicine. It also easy the pain and the chance that the cyst will leave a scar. If you absolutely have to get rid of cyst quickly, your dermatologist may inject the cyst with medicine.

Out Come

Waiting for acne to clear on its own can be frustrating. Without treatment, acne can cause permanent scars, low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety.
To avoid these possible outcomes, dermatologists recommend that people treat acne. When the skin clears, treatment should continue. Treatment prevents new breakouts. Your dermatologist can tell you when you no longer need to treat acne to prevent breakouts


    • Regrettably, there is a lot of sun damage happening under the surface of the skin due to UV radiation, without anyone noticing it until it gets too severe.
    • It is a familiar fact that contact to UV rays can cause sunburn, sun damage & augmentation of skin cancer risk. However people fail to note that this problem also happens when they are not directly under the sun.


    • Even small amounts of exposure can add up in the long run and cause dark spots, wrinkles, and even cancer of the skin. There is no use of working hard for skin care and finally ruining it with sun exposure. So the smart thing to do is to get a good sunscreen and use it regularly.


    • Pedi care and manicure helps in giving your legs and hands a good look leaving your fingers and skin soft and glowing soon after a hot sunny day. They also act as a quick spa activity relaxing your mind and body.


    • Skin care is essential in the day to day lifestyle with regular period of time that helps to care upon the skin issues that affect one’s looks.


What is Dandruff?

Dandruff is the excessive or prominent shedding of head of dead skin cells from the scalp. Dandruff can be chronic (long term),or the result of certain triggers. People with dandruff may also experience irritation and redness on the scalp.

   Almost anyone can have dandruff, but certain factors can make you more susceptible

Not enough hair brushing –

People who do not comb/brush their hair regularly have a slightly higher risk of having dandruff -this is because they are not aiding the shedding of skin that combing/brushing provided.

Dry Skin –

people with dry skin tend to get dandruff more often.

Certain skin Conditions –

People with Psoriasis, eczema and some other skin disorders to get dandruff much more frequently than other people.

Reaction to hair/skin care Product –

Some people react to same hair care products with a red, itchy, scaling scalp. Many experts say that shampooing too often may cause dandruff as it can irritate the scalp.

Diet –

Some experts say that people do not consume enough foods that contain zinc, vitamin Bland some types of fats are more prone to dandruff.

Mental Stress –

Expert believes there is a link between stress and many skin problems

   Other Lifestyle triggers: Include bathing in very hot water an unclean environment: poor quality of water in which you wash your hairs; excessive use of cosmetics, hair gels, dyes.

What Cause of dandruff?

The following conditions can predispose us to the dandruff Formation:

    • Fungal overgrowth on hair (pityrosporum ovals or Malassezia globes)

Seborrhea dermatitis (Irrigated, oily skin)-this is a skin condition in which the skin becomes inflamed or flaky .Seborrhea dermatitis of the scalp is a severe form of dandruff
. When babies have it, it is referred to as cradle cap.serborrheic dermatitis cause larger, grassier flakes than most other types of dandruff.seborrheic dermatitis affects not only the scalp, but yhe skin in other parts of body too.

How Do I treat Dandruff?

Dandruff cannot be cured, but can be controlled with regular hair washing, Particularly with medicated shampoos. These shampoos use a combination of ingredients which principally fall into following groups:

    • Keratinolytic agents :

These regulate the abnormal shedding of skin from the scalp and also loosen the attachment of scalp and also loosen the attachment of scales to the scalp so that they are easily washed off. Some of these agents are ZPTO, salicylic acid, sculpture steroids and tar.

    • Anti- Fungal agentsn :

These decrease the fungal growth on the scalp, thus reducing dandruff. This category include ketoconazole, sertaconazole,cicclopirox olamine and selenium sulfide.

    • Naturopathic agents :

These are several naturopathic and herbal agents that claims to anti-dandruff and keratinolytic properties are mostly used in over- the- counter,
Anti- dandruff shampoos, either alone or in conjunction with one of than above agents.

How to Use Shampoo for the Treatment of Dandruff?

Treat dandruff Completely.Vey often, people use anti-dandruff remedies for week or so and soon as the dandruff shampoo should be used at least twice a week for six weeks. Continue till the problems reduces and then use once a week for at least four more weeks
More than the type or Brand of shampoo, correct application is the key. Wet your hair and apply the shampoo, gently massaging it onto the scalp for one two minutes. Leave it on For Five minutes before raising it off thoroughly. This should result in the scales being separated and washed off. Apply shampoo a second time if during the first application there wasn’t enough lather.
If you are prone to frequent recurrences of dandruff, continue to use an anti dandruff shampoo once a week on regular basis.

How can I reduce the appearance of dandruff In The First Place?

    • Avoid Blow-drying your hair daily :

It will make your scalp dry and irritable, thus causing added flaking. If you do have to blow-dry your hair, keep the drier at least 10 inches away from he scalp.

    • Avoid extremely hot water showers :

Very hot water can strip natural oils from the scalp, making it flake scalp.

What Are The Possible Complications Of Dandruff?

A person with dandruff of seborrieic dermatitis will hardly experience complications. If one were to occur, it would more likely to be caused by one of the Dandruff treatment.
If you find one of your dandruff shampoos, or scalp treatment is causing irritation, stop using it and ask your doctor to suggest another one.

Myths about Dandruff

Dandruff causes hair loss: Hair roots are much deeper in the scalp whereas dandruff is the result of superficial flaking. It is a very common condition and, not surprisingly, people with hair loss also suffer from it. However ,dandruff does not cause hair loss.
Dandruff is contiguous and can spread by sharing comb: You already have organisms which cause dandruff on your scalp, they just aren’t active. So you can’t get it from or give it to other.

What is Eczema?

Eczema is a term for several different types of skin swelling. Eczema is also called dermatitis. It is not dangerous, but most types cause red, swollen and itchy skin. Factors that can cause eczema include other diseases, irritating substances, allergies and your genetic markup. Eczema is not contagious. The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis. It is an allergic condition that makes your skin dry and itchy. It is most common in babies and children. Eczema is a chronic disease. You can prevent some types of eczema by avoiding irritants, stress, and the things you are allergic to.

What is the cause of Eczema?

While Eczema is commonly found in families with a history of other allergies or asthma, the exact cause of eczema is unknown. Eczema is thought to be linked to an overactive response by the body’s immune system to an irritant. It is this response that causes the symptoms of eczema

Is eczema contagious?

No. Eczema is not contagious. In other word, it cannot be passed from one person to another.

What are some eczema triggers?

Sweat, soap and clothing. some forms of eczema can be triggered by substance that come in contact with the skin ,such as soaps, cosmetics, clothing, detergent, jewelry, or sweat. Substances that cause allergic reactions may also cause outbreak of eczema. Changes temperature or humidity, or even psychological stress, can lead to outbreaks of eczema in some people. Eczema can sometimes occur
as a brief reaction that only leads to symptoms for a few hours or days , but in other cases, the symptoms persist over a longer time . These cases are referred to as chronic dermatitis.

Usually what is the first symptoms with eczema?

Itching. Intense itching is generally the first symptom in most people with eczema. Repeated scratching can lead to thickened, crusty skin.

what can I do to control my eczema?

Limit your contact with things that can irritate your skin. Some of these things that can irritate your skin .Some of these things include certain household cleansers, detergent, aftershave lotions, soaps, gasoline and turpentine and other solvents. Because soaps and wetness can cause skin irritation, wash your hands only when necessary, especially if you have eczema on your hands. Be sure to dry hands completely after you wash them.

Wear gloves to protect the skin on your hands.

Wear vinyl or plastic gloves for work that require you to put your hands in water. Also, wear gloves when your hands will be exposed to anything that can irritate your skin. Wear cotton gloves under plastic gloves to soak up the sweat from your hands.

wear clothes made of cotton or a cotton blend.

Wool and some synthetic fabrics can irritate your skin.

Care for your skin in the bath or shower.

Bathe only with a mild soap. Use a small amount of soap when bathing. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Soaking in the tub for a short time can be good for your skin because the skin’s outer layer can absorb water and becomes less dry. Soak for 15 to 20 minutes. Then use a soft towel to pat your skin dry without rubbing. Immediately after drying with the towel, apply a moisturizer lotion to your skin. It helps seal in the moisture.

use the medicine your doctor prescribes for you.

When your eczema flares up (gets worse), use the medicine prescribed by your doctor. Apply medications after a bath or shower. The medicine for eczema is usually a steroid cream that you rub on your skin. Follow your doctor’s directions for using this medicine or check the label for proper use.
Call your doctor if your skin does not get better three weeks of using the medicine every day.

avoid getting too hot and sweat

Too much heat and sweat can make your skin more irritated and itchy. Try to avoid activities that make you hot and sweaty. If you exercising in a cool room and wear light clothing so that you do not sweat so much.

Learn how to manage stress i9n your life.

Eczema can flare up when you are under stress. Learn how to recognize and cope with stress reduction Techniques can help.

continue skin care even after your skin has healed.

The area where you hand the eczema may get irritated again, so it needs special care. Continue to follow the tips in this handout even after your eczema after has healed.

What is the prognosis (outlook) for eczema?

Eczema is not a fatal disease, although it can cause significant discomfort. Medical treatment as well as lifestyle modification can generally provide symptomatic relief.

Preventative Strategies FOR DERMATITIS & ECZEMA

The first step in preventing eczema is looking at the cause of eczema. Many external causes can be eliminated or at least avoided. In most cause, there will be some external factor that caused or aggravated the eczema attack.
Possible factors may include food, drink, plants, cosmetics, toiletries, laundry detergents, cleaning liquids and dust mites. Try to avoid contact with any possible irritants as much as possible. There are a number of other things people can do to stop eczema outbreaks from occurring.

    • Wear natural fabrics.
    • Use a moisturizer.
    • Ventilate the house.
    • Try to reduce the amount of dust mites in the home.
    • Change bed linen often.
    • Avoid scratching affected areas.
    • Try to reduce stress.
    • Avoid foods that are high in saturated fats.

Seeing a Doctor

The first thing you should do if you suspect you have eczema is make an appointment with your doctor or skin specialist. Discuss any eczema skins symptoms you have experienced. If you are diagnosed with eczema, your doctor will suggest an eczema treatment. If you want to take any natural remedies for eczema, discuss this with your doctor or specialist during your visit.
Thank about what may have caused the eczema skin symptoms. Is there a family history or any food allergies that may have contributed to the eczema? If you suspect you know the cause of eczema, discuss this with your doctor or skin specialist as well. It may be able to be eliminated, preventing any further outbreaks.

Dark circles under Eyes

What ages you most? Surprisingly, it might not be wrinkles or gray hair, but dark circles under your eyes. Dark circles under eyes usually aren’t a sign of exhaustion or serious illness, though they can make you feel old, unhealthy and tried. Dark circles under eyes affect both men and woman, often starting in adulthood, although children can develop dark circles under eyes, too.

Causes :-

if you get plenty of sleep and still have dark circles under your eyes, that’s not unusual. Fatigue isn’t the only reason for under-eyes circles. What appear to be under-eyes circles are sometimes just shadows cast by puffy eyelids or hollows under your eyes that develop as a normal part of aging.

   Here are some of the most common causes of true under-eyes circles.

    • Allergies
    • Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
    • Heredity
    • Rubbing or scratching your eyes
    • Lifestyle factors, such as physical or emotional stress, smoking, or chronic alcohol use can take a toll on your appearance.
    • Nasal congestion (which can dilate and darken the veins that drain from your eyes to your nose)
    • Pigmentation irregularities (changes in your skin color ) – these are a particular concern for people of color, especially Asians
    • Sun exposure, which promotes your body to produce more melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color.

How to manage Dark circles

Depending on what’s causing the circles under your eyes, dermatologist may recommend prescription creams or reduce discoloration of treatments to erase or reduce discoloration. Laser therapy or chemical peels can be helpful in some cases. Hollows that cause shadows can be smoothed with injectable fillers, and surgery can eliminate puffy eyelids.
However, dark under-eyes circles usually aren’t a medical problem, and home remedies for dark circles under eyes may be all you need to help manage this condition -:

    • Self care :

Mild to moderate dark circles often respond well to simple and inexpensive treatments, such as:

    • Cold :

Try a cold compress, two chilled teaspoons or a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a soft cloth to temporarily reduce dilated and discolored under-eyes blood vessels. Or try a cooled, used teabag.

    • Extra pillows :

Elevate your head with two or more pillows to prevent puffiness that develops when fluid pools in your eyelids.

    • Extra Sleep :

Although short nights don’t usually cause under-eye circles, a lack of sleep makes you paler and more hollow-eyed, so shadows and circles you already have are more obvious.

   1. Do not strain your eyes by watching TV from very close distance and working on computer for prolonged hours.

   2. Dark glasses and sunscreen. Although a tan might hide dark circles in the terms, in the long run, the extra pigment it produces can make circles worse.

    • Cosmetics :

many cosmetics creams are available, which reduces under – eyes circles. For more information contact your dermatologist.

    • Camouflage :

The right cochlear can do just that –hide dark circles. If the circles under your eyes are bluish, use a peach- colored cochlear, not one that’s white or gray. And avoid scented products and those containing salicylic or glycolic acid, which can irrigate delicate eye tissue, making readiness and swelling worse.

Preventive care to avoid Fungal Infections

    • Strictly avoid applying any OTC cream, which contains steroids or a combination of several medications. Don’t treat yourself because it causes problems multiplies (over the counter).
    • Don’t wear tight clothing like jeans, leggings and jaggings.
    • Wear loose fitting, cotton clothes.
    • Wear boxer shorts instead of tight shorts that fit tight to the thighs
    • Don’t use each other’s towels and clothes.
    • Take regular showers. Wear clothes only when the body is completely dry.
    • 7.Wash clothes and bed sheets in hot water and then dry in that sunlight. Sunlight is believed to destroy dermatophytes. If there is no sunlight, ironing clothes is also beneficial.
    • To reduce the spore load in the nearby environment, clean the house dust, wipe the floor with a damp cloth and then clean with detergent.
    • Topical fungicide should be applied up to 2 cm beyond the margin of the wound for at least 2 weeks beyond the medical treatment.This is called “Rule of 2”.

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