Problem of Acne Vulgaris and Oily Skin

The most common reason for Active Acne in both Men and Women is Excess oil in Body . Acne may be in form of Blackheads, whiteheads, or Cystic Acne. The problem is worsened as most form of Acne leave marks and scars which are permanent in nature. Hence immediate care is necessary to get rid of this problem of Acne and Oily skin.
Oil glands called sebaceous glands secrete oil known as sebum. These glands secrete oil in the face, neck, chest and others parts of the body. The amount of oil that is produced differs from individual to individual.
Increase in androgens increase and activate the sebaceous glands. The extra sebum that is produced is the main cause of inflammation and acne.

Suggestions for Skin Cure:

  • Wash your face regularly with some soap free wash.
  • Never use any oil-based cosmetic.
  • Remove makeup at Night.
  • Reduce the Intake oil.
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Problem of Dark Circle

Thinning skin
The skin under the eyes is thin and delicate to begin with. As we age, skin and the fat pad under the eyes becomes thinner, causing blood vessels to become noticeable. This gives the appearance of dark circles. Sun damage can make it worse because it weakens skin.

Allergies and Hayfever
Dark circles under the eyes can be the result of allergies to airborne substances, such as pollen, dust, and pet dander, because people rub their itchy eyes. People with hayfever may notice them at the height of the season. Food allergies or sensitivities can also contribute to dark circles.

Genetics
Dark circles under the eyes runs in families. They tend to be more noticeable in people with fair skin or deep-set eyes.

Fluid Retention
Blood vessels under the eyes can become dilated and engorged, which can contribute to dark circles. Excess dietary salt and smoking are common causes. Conditions that cause fluid retention (e.g. heart, thyroid, kidney, liver diseases) or medications that cause blood vessel dilation may be a factor. Your doctor should be aware of any symptoms you're experiencing.

Lack of sleep
A lack of sleep can make skin appear more pale, which allows blood vessels to be more visible through the skin, giving the appearance of bluish or dark circles.

Iron Deficiency Anemia
Iron deficiency anemia may cause a bluish tinge below the eyes.

Dehydration
Dark circles under the eyes can be a sign of dehydration.

Suggestion for cure

  • Be sure to drink enough water.
  • Wear sunscreen with a minimum of SPF 30 under the eyes to prevent skin weakening caused by sun damage.
  • Get plenty of rest.
  • Apply plain cool teabags over closed eyes. Don’t use herbal teabags, because most aren't as effective.
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Problem of Psoriasis

Psoriasis is pink to deep red scaly papules or plaques, with mild to severe itching.Cause is uncertain There is a very rapid growth of cells.Scale vary from minimal to dense, which may or may not be removed easily.The disease affects more than 2% population.

It can occur in any age group, generally young adults of both sexes.Genetic predisposition is important. Sites - commonly on knees, elbows, hands, palms & soles, lumbo-sacral region, scalp & nails and male genitals. Mainly on the extensors of body.Flexures may also be involved.When adherent scale is tried to remove, bleeding spots occur.The disease may remit spontaneously or relapse. Usually it is worse in winters, sometimes in summers also.

Common Types of Psoriasis

Plaque Psoriasis - A common variety. Red, well demarcated areas covered with thick silvery scales.  Apart from common sites it can occur any where on the body.

Palmoplantar Psoriasis - Affects hands & feet. Signs of psoriasis present on palms & sole- ill defined, fissured scales with severe itching. Sometimes variety may be with yellowish-brown pustules.

Guttate Psoriasis - Common in young. Small rounded reddish lesions develop with mild scaling on body and limbs.

Flexural Psoriasis - Axillary, gluteal, inframamary, behind the ear folds are affected.

Scalp Psoriasis - A common variety. Red, thick, discrete plaques or the entire scalp may be involved, extending beyond the scalp margin. Ears may also be involved.

Nail Psoriasis - Present with several features- Pitting of nail plates, lifting of plate at the free end, thick plate with deposit underneath. This type may show lesions elsewhere also.

Psoriatic Arthropathy - Here the joint of the fingers and sacroiliac joints are involved, but variety is not common.

Rupioid Psoriasis - Uncommon, Not easily removable, heaped dark grey scales.

Genital Psoriasis- More prevalent in males. Marginated, minimally scaled red lesions present.

Suggestion for cure

  • Hot Epsom salt bath is used to treat psoriasis. Apply olive oil after the Epsom salt bath. It will prove beneficial in curing psoriasis.
  • Wash the affected area to ensure that it is clean. Next, apply cashew nut oil on it and keep it overnight. Wash off in the morning.
  • Seawater is beneficial in curing psoriasis. Regular seawater baths as well as application of seawater over the affected parts is one of the best ways of treating psoriasis.
  • Mud packs are effective in treating psoriasis
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Problem of Eczema

Eczema or Dermatitis is an inflammatory (reactionary) response of the skin. It could be because of external or internal factors. Genetic background plays important role in causing the disease. Eczema could be acute or chronic.

Types of Eczema

Atopic Dermatitis - – In this type the patient or its family might have history of urticaria or asthma. All age groups are affected. Skin is usually dry and itchy. Lesion (affected site) can be saclike cavity, elevated and fluid containing, crusted, thickened and hardened or disrupted type.It involves various sites of the body varying with the age also.

Discoid Eczema -Lesions are coin shaped. Definite cause not known – can be multiple. This type mainly affects the limbs.

Seborrhoeic Dermatitis - Mostly hairy areas and body folds are involved. Skin oily.

Stasis Eczema -This variety is common in middle aged persons. Sufferer has poor return of blood in legs, and has history of long standing.

Pompholyx (Dyshidrotic Eczema) - Acute variety. Fluid containing, elevated, saclike erruptious develop on palms & soles. It is more common in young adults.

Irritant Dermatitis - This type develops due to contact with a substance in sufficient quantity very frequently, like detergents, wet clothes and frictional activity.

Allergic Dermatitis - Sensitization develops over a period of time. Perfumes,chemicals, plants, rubber gloves, finger ring are the causative factors

Napkin Dermatitis - Condition develops due to prolonged contact with urine, faeces or presence of detergents in the napkins.

Asteatotic Eczema -Mainly affects the elderly person with dry & xerotic skin. Skin is dry, mildly scaly, may be crusted and even hardened and disrupted.

Infective Eczema - This is an acute variety. It develops from contact with discharge (purulent) from an infected lesion.

Lip Licking Dermatitis - Commonly seen in children with a habit of licking their lips.

Suggestion for cure

  • A simple way to cure eczema would be to apply coconut oil on the affected region. This is would help to keep the skin smooth and soft.
  • Mudpack when applied in the affected area is also helpful in treating eczema.
  • In a tsp of sandalwood paste, add a tsp of camphor. Apply this paste on the eczema affected area. This is helpful in curing eczema.
  • Take some almond leaves and mash them in water. Apply this mashed mixture on the eczema affected region. It would be helpful in curing eczema.
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Problem of Hyper Pigmentation

Pigmentation can be a skin problem irrespective of age and gender. It can be caused due to various factors like sun damage, hormonal changes or acne.

The affected area must be cleaned properly at adequate intervals. Intake of good food with essential vitamins can also help to some extent. Also Important is to apply adequate Sunscreen with a recommended SPF to protect against Sun damage.

If pigmentation is ignored it can spread or deepen into the skin and be more lasting in nature. Pigmentation Problem can be effectively cured with Anti-pigmentation treatments carefully devised by our Experts, after your complete skin analysis in one to one meeting.

Suggestion for cure

  • One can massage the skin that is affected with Cocoa butter perhaps once or daily for about 2 to 3 weeks.
  • Lemon or lime can treat the free radical damage caused to as well as honey can moisturize the skin.
  • One can apply sun screen lotion on a regularly basis before going out to prevent hyper pigmentation.
  • One can drink lots of water and eat plenty of fresh fruits, cereals, vegetables regularly to keep the skin supply as well as healthy.
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Problem of Leucoderma

Vitiligo or Leucoderma is an acquired de-pigmentation of the skin that is very common with a worldwide preponderance. Leucoderma or vitiligo is a distressful skin disease and the word Leucoderma means ‘to have white skin’. There would be a gradual loss of pigment called melanin from the dermal layers that results into white patches. These patches look bad, especially in persons having dark complexions. Leucoderma can occur at any age, person and in any kind of skins.

Leucoderma / Vitiligo conditions have considerable psycho-social impact. Genetic re-disposition is there and there no age is exempt. The disease generally begins in children and young adults. Leucoderma is a fairly common disorder affecting 1% or more of the world’s population. The incidence is a little more eminent in India . Leucoderma is, nevertheless, more common in women as compared to men. The most affected areas include the hands, the neck, the back and the wrists in the order.

Suggestion for cure

  • Mix red clay and ginger in equal parts. Apply this on the affected area and wash off when dry
  • Take a handful of dry pomegranate leaves and grind them into a fine powder. Have about 8 grams of this powder every morning and evening, with a glass of water.
  • Neem is very effective in treating leucoderma. Try to drink a glass of neem juice everyday.
  • Make a poultice of ginger leaves and apply it on the white patches. It is quite effective in treating leucoderma.
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Problem of Freckles

Freckles are flat, tanned circular spots that typically are the size of the head of a common nail. The spots are multiple and may develop randomly on the skin, especially after repeated exposure to sunlight. These are particularly common in people of fair complexion on upper-body skin areas like the cheeks, nose, arms, and upper shoulders.

Most freckles on a person's skin are usually uniform in color. On different people, freckles may vary somewhat in color -- they may be reddish, yellow, tan, light brown, brown, or black -- but they are basically slightly darker than the surrounding skin. They tend to become darker and more apparent after sun exposure and lighten in the winter months. Freckles are due to an increase in the amount of dark pigment called melanin and are not due to an increase in the total number of pigment-producing cells called melanocytes.

Suggestion for cure

  • Apply sour cream on your face. Do not rinse this mask off completely; gently wipe off with a soft tissue and top it up with a moisturizer.
  • Regular use of fruit and vegetable masks such as those made with apricots, strawberries, cucumbers and red currant will help lighten freckles.
  • Wash your face with sour milk. Lactic acid promotes gentle peeling of skin minus the irritation or dryness.
  • Onions also can be used for removing freckles and age spots.
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Problem of Moles, Warts & Skin Tags

Moles and Warts are Skin Infection caused by specific Wart Viruses, creating bumps on body. Are you Worried about Moles, Warts & Skin tags? Are you scared of removing them surgically using laser, Knife or any kind of Acid. Then you have come to right place.

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Problem of Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic Rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal passages, usually associated with watery nasal discharge and itching of the nose and eyes. The symptoms occur in the nose and eyes and usually occur after exposure to dust, danders, or certain seasonal pollens in people that are allergic to these substances. Two-thirds of all patients have symptoms of allergic rhinitis before the age of 30, but onset can occur at any age. Allergic rhinitis has no sexual predilection, although boys up to the age of 10 are twice as likely to have symptoms as girls. Patients can be severely restricted in their daily activities, resulting in excessive time away from school or work.

Suggestion for cure

  • Controlling dust and dust mites, which includes dusting regularly and washing bed linens in hot water.
  • Controlling animal dander and other pet allergens, which include dusting regularly and washing bed linens in hot water.
  • Avoiding outdoor pollens, which include staying inside while pollen counts are high.
  • Controlling indoor molds, which include cleaning bathtubs and showers monthly.
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Problem of Hair Loss

Hair loss is the thinning of hair on the scalp. The medical term for hair loss is alopecia. Alopecia can be temporary or permanent. The most common form of hair loss occurs gradually and is referred to as "androgenetic alopecia," meaning that a combination of hormones (androgens are male hormones) and heredity (genetics) is needed to develop the condition. Other types of hair loss include alopecia areata , telogen effluvium; and traction alopecia.

Suggestion for cure

  • Red henna is beneficial in treating hair loss problem. Smear henna over the scalp and keep it for an hour.
  • Rub olive oil in the scalp. This would help reduce hair loss.
  • Extract juice from green coriander leaves. Apply this juice on the head. This proves worthwhile in treating hair loss.
  • Applying coconut milk is also beneficial in treating hair loss. Massage the hair roots with this and rinse it after some time.
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