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17
Jun

PHOTOFACIAL

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by Dr. Neetika Paul

PHOTOFACIAL OR PHOTOREJUVENATION: A NON SURGICAL WAY TO GET RID OF SUN DAMAGE, AGE SPOTS AND ROSACEA.

Photofacial, helps to reinvigorate your skin. It is one of the treatments to brighten the skin and give you a youthful glow.

A photofacial is a 30-minute procedure, where intense pulses of light are used to penetrate deep into the skin, causing collagen and blood vessels underneath the epidermis to tighten, decreasing redness and fine lines.

 

Be it teens, 20s to 30s or 60s having beautiful skin desire never goes away. There is no typical age of getting the treatment. It just depends on the numerous mutual effects of aging and sun damage. Throughout IPL photorejuvenation treatment, high vitality light waves are used, making the skin soft and sinuous.

13
Jun

XANTHELASMA

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by Dr. Neetika Paul

 

If you notice yellow patches of fat underneath the skin, usually on or around the eyelids. You might have xanthelasma. While they are neither harmful nor painful, these minor growths may be disfiguring and can be removed.

 

The condition is rare, but you can sometimes get it if there are high levels of cholesterol or other fats in your blood. It's also possible to get it even if your cholesterol levels are normal.

14
Jun

POMEGRANATE - The Elixir of Youth

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by Dr. Neetika Paul

Regular intake of fruits like Pomegranate helps skin to stay healthy. Not only is it a rich antioxidant, but is also high in Vitamins like A, C, E as well as iron.
It protects you from skin aging, wrinkles and skin cancer.
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09
Jun

ITCHING IN PREGNANCY

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by Dr. Neetika Paul

 

For many women, pregnancy isn't as smooth as it is for others.

As pregnancy progresses, the skin stretches and tightens. This leads to dryness and itching on the skin.  Pregnancy itching can actually play havoc on your skin.

Sometimes you cannot prevent hormone induced rashes on the skin but can soothe the skin using:

·       Some ice on the body to cool the skin.

·       Applying calamine lotion.

·       Using Aloevera on skin.

·       Moisturizing and applying oatmeal paste on the body.

·       Using humidifier in your room if it’s too dry.

·       Taking lukewarm water bath (as hot water makes skin more dry).

·       Using mild fragrance free soaps.

Most skin rashes disappear after your delivery. Sometimes it stays for upto 3 months before it disappears.

 

Pregnancy is a wonderful thing for every women. Don’t let these little rashes disturb you. Consult a dermatologist if you experience persistent and severe itching and simple home remedies don’t seem to work for you as it could be due to an underlying liver problem.

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