Consult a Specialist For Acne Scar Treatment

0 February 12, 2018

In general, there are two types of acne scars, the pitted scars, and the pigmented ones. Pigmented scars are usually brown or red in color and remain on the skin after a pimple disappears. Even though they can affect your looks and confidence, they can disappear post-treatment, or they can go away on their own after a few weeks or months.

Pitted scars, on the other hand, occur when skin tissues beneath the acne get damaged. This type of scars looks like dents on the skin, and are generally referred to as pockmarks. Both types of acne scars have their own treatment methods that remove or conceal their appearance.

Acne scar treatment involves using creams or lotions that have whitening compounds. Such compounds can clear away the pigment from the scar and remove one’s scars. However, which cream or lotion to use can be best prescribed a skin expert who understands various skin types and acne scars and knows which treatment is suitable for which scar type.

0 January 20, 2018

Warts are provoked by various strains of human papillomaviruses (viruses which causes warts). Various strains may cause warts in various parts of the body. Warts can be spread from one area on the body to another or from person to person by contact with the wart.

The body areas where warts appear are as follow:

  • Warts on hands which is a very common phenomenon.
  • Flat warts which appear on the face and forehead.
  • Genital warts.
  • Plantar warts which usually found on the bottoms of the feet.
  • Warts under or around the fingernails and toenails. Treatment for Warts Removal

Oftenly, warts may disappear by their own but it takes many years to go away. The treatment of warts is essential because common warts can bleed and painful. You may feel embarrassed if they grow on your face. When you take treatment, most importantly it diminishes the possibility of spreading to other areas of your body or to other people.

It is highly advised that don’t try home medications or over-the-counter drugs to eliminate warts on the genital area because you could hurt

0 January 2, 2018

Are you looking for an experienced and knowledgeable hair transplant surgeon? Definitely, it is a complicated procedure and finding a right surgeon is important.

Here in this article we will tell you what things you should keep in mind when looking for a hair transplant surgeon online.

  • What Type of Transplant Techniques/Methods do you Use?

There are actually only a few different methods- the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and the FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant – or strip surgery). Different surgeons may use different names- but they are generally the same. In FUT a strip of donor’s hair is taken (generally from the sides or back of your head) and then harvesting the hairs from there to transplant into the bald area.

In case of FUE individual hair are harvested from the donor area and transplanted. No strip of hair is taken. Also, the recovery time is shorter. Talk to the doctor about the methods he uses and his experience of using each technique.

  • What Type of Hair Density he can Deliver?

Will he be able to give you the look you want? And what type of r

0 December 16, 2017

Unwanted facial and body hair is a serious problem for men and women. However, today, we have solution to overcome this issue. With the help of a laser, men and women can easily get rid of the unwanted body hair. It is an effective way to remove hair from large as well as small areas of our body. Hair appear on the legs, back, underarms, hands, chest, chin, upper lip etc. and are highly annoying for people. The best and the quickest way to get rid of them is laser hair removal.

Before the treatment patient should consult a dermatologist like Dr. Meet to discuss about: location and thickness of hair, presence of moles, presence of tan, hair color and skin type. Before starting the treatment one should avoid tanning, also the area to be treated must be free of cosmetics and clean on the day session of laser hair removal will be conducted. Also, you should avoid bleaching, tweezing, plucking and waxing, if you are planning to undergo the laser hair removal treatment. This is important to make your skin ready to the

0 December 6, 2017

Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition which affects many people across the globe. This disease can be highly stressing for sufferers. In this skin condition some little patches of dry skin can appear on the body and in some rare cases the entire body may get affected. This is painful condition and even the patient feels continuous itching.

Here in this blog post we will be discussing about the psoriasis causes and treatment.

What causes psoriasis?

It is important to understand the causes of psoriasis. While the exact cause of this chronic skin condition is unknown, in a research it was found that psoriasis is caused by a response in the immune system. Researchers believe that T cells cause an inflammation in the skin, which results in high skin cell growth. T cells are a type of white blood cells that usually assists to protect the body again

0 November 23, 2017

Here in this blog post we will be discussing some myths and facts about laser hair removal for men and women that will assist you in determining whether the procedure is right for you or not.

Myth: One long session can give permanent results

Fact: Sorry to disappoint you, but this is not true. In just one session, you can’t get rid of all facial or body hair. Hairs grow in different cycles and in different timings. While some hairs grow actively, others remain in dormant state. Laser beams target only the actively growing hairs and not the follicles that are about to develop new hairs. At least 6-7 sessions are required to get maximum results.

Myth: Lasers expose you to harmful radiations

0 November 15, 2017

The laser has become an effective surgical instrument commonly used for a number of procedures. One of the most popular is the usage of laser for the quick, gentle removal of unwanted hair. The laser works by emitting a pulsating beam of light, of a certain wavelength to particular areas on the skin. The light passes through the skin, and gets absorbed by the pigment in the hair follicle and shaft. Once absorbed by laser light, the follicles are weakened from future growth, and eventually die off. Laser hair removal has come a long way since 1998- when the first laser for hair removal got FDA clearance. Previously laser were very slow and painful and worked only on people with very dark hair and very light skin. But, today it is effective on all skin colors.

When considering laser hair removal, remember that laser is not for everyone and their right use requires great training, skills and experience. So, it is best to have a laser-trained dermatologist like Dr. Meet, perform the procedure. For great results, the hair pigment must be darker than the surrounding skin pigment. Laser hair removal is easier to perform on light skin.

0 November 8, 2017

It is a sad reality of life that most of the males will at some point in their lives be affected by male pattern hair loss or androgenic alopecia as it is commonly called. It is a hereditary form of hair loss, inherited from one or both parents and if you are subject to getting it, there is hardly anything that you can do to avoid it.

As it is very problem amongst males, many believe that it is just a natural part of the ageing process and give up themselves to the fact, that they can’t do anything about it.

Common signs of male pattern hair loss

The first obvious sign of male pattern baldness is receding hair line, at the top of the forehead. The hair will start receding to the right and left of the center of the head. Eventually, in a few years, this will result in the formation of the typical U shaped hairline.

0 November 4, 2017

In winter, your skin starts to look dull, dry and chapped. It losses all its glow and suppleness and becomes dry. To help you deal with dry skin, here we are giving you some simple yet effective tips to stay supple this winter.

Hot showers, low ambient humidity, air conditioning and heating and drinking less water all reason for dryness. In turn this can cause itching, flacking and cracking of the skin and even cause skin conditions like eczema. It is thus important to follow a basic skin care regime.

Tips to keep skin glowing and healthy in winters:

  • Use soap free products to cleanse your skin.
  • Have warm but short showers. Hot water makes skin dry.
  • Apply a moisturizer religiously. Find one according to your skin type and apply it all over, not just on the face. You can also ask your dermatologist in Indore to suggest you a nice moisturizer. Generally, it is advised to use products that contain “humectants” like sorbitol or glycerin. Many newer products also have composition that makes them less greasy. Remember, some heavier oil-based moisturizers may aggravate acne, so avoid using them on the face.
  • Apply moisturizer right after a shower and all over the body.
  • Wear more layers instead of turning

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0 October 27, 2017

When considering getting a hair transplant, you might come across information about the procedure from several sources, and some of them will be myths. In order to avoid getting distracted with these myths and not getting the full truth, here are a few myths that you might read or hear about hair transplants.

  • Hair transplants are costly

Hair transplantation is not costly when you look at the long term benefits of them. Once you get hair transplant done, it is permanent. In fact, having a hair transplant can be cheaper than taking medication for years in order to keep and regrow hair.

  • Hair transplant looks obvious

Previously one can easily determine if someone had ha