Category: Skin

March 20, 2019
How to take care of your skin in Festival of Color

How to take care of your skin in Festival of Color

Holi, the festival of colours, water balloons, sweets, freedom and madness, is celebrated when the nature revives and refreshes herself. With a little pre and post Holi care we can also revitalize our glow and beauty. But, beyond the fun of playing with colours, there is the danger of having low-grade chemical colours being put on you that may lead to itching and rashes. So, before you go out with your colours, make sure you have taken enough care of your skin and hair. No makeup is needed, to soak in colors but if you are a kajal or a kohl person, then make sure that its waterproof otherwise it will smudge a lot Do not leave your hair loose, try braiding them up or just make them into a bun to avoid color to penetrate to your scalp. A well tied hairdo will help the color to stick to the top and disable them to penetrate through, to damage the scalp and roots. You can also cover your hair by wearing a bandana. Apply a good greasy moisturizer, coconut oil or mustard oil all over the body and face to avoid any direct contact with the holi colors. Colors available in the market have harsh and harmful chemicals which can do some serious damage to the

February 25, 2019
Dry skin?

How to take care of dry skin?

Dry skin might seem simple, but it’s a complicated topic. When skin is dry, all these elements of healthy, younger, and hydrated skin literally dries up. Thankfully, the research has reached enough consensus to outline the path you can take to turn your dry skin into hydrated, nourished, and plump-looking skin.

How to Restore Hydration to Skin:

Stop drying and damaging skin’s surface by avoiding these things-

  • Soaps (all kinds, and anything in bar form)
  • Drying cleansers of any kind (only gentle, skin-softening cleansers allowed)
  • Products with harsh or skin-aggravating ingredients (i.e. alcohol denat., peppermint, menthol, mint, citrus, eucalyptus, and all fragrance, whether natural or synthetic)
  • Using extremely hot or cold water
  • Soaking skin for lengthy periods of time in the tub or shower will breakdown skin (too much water is as problematic as too little water)
  • Abrasive scrubs, loofahs, or stiff-bristled cleansing brushes that cause micro-tears in skin’s surface

Start giving your skin the things it needs to stay hydrated and radiant:

Wear sunscreen with an SPF 30 or greater 365 days of the year, rain or shine It only takes one minute of unprotected sun exposure to start chipping away at your

February 18, 2019
Stretch Marks

What is Stretch Marks and how its treated

Stretch marks, medically known as “striae distensae,” seem to be having a moment lately. Stretch marks are long, narrow streaks, stripes, or lines that develop on the skin. They occur when the skin is suddenly stretched and are extremely common. Puberty is one of the most common times for the body to get stretch marks, and that’s because stretch marks occur when the skin of the body is pulled for rapid growth.In fact, it’s a common myth that stretch marks are a sign that you need to lose weight — it’s absolutely untrue! Stretch marks frequently appear on men and women who are bodybuilders because of their rapid growth of muscles, which as you can imagine, causes the skin to majorly stretch. Men most commonly get stretch marks on their upper thighs, their upper arms, their buttocks, and their backs. This type of scarring happens when the skin cannot resume normal form after a period of intense growth, often due to pregnancy, weight gain, weight loss, or puberty. Over 50 percent of women experience stretch marks during pregnancy.

How to Make Your Stretch Marks less visible:

Creams, oils, and topical preparations:  Creams, oils to the skin

January 31, 2019
skin aging

What is skin aging and effects of aging on the skin?

As our skin matures its structure weakens and it loses elasticity and firmness. Skin also becomes drier, appears creepy and loses the radiance we associate with youthful skin. Again, because our skin is as individual as we are, these changes become visible at different ages but are most commonly experienced by those who are 40+. Skin ageing is a term Used to depict the progressions that happen in the skin as one develops old. The indications of maturing incorporate wrinkles, dry and hanging skin. How do these changes occur? As one grows old, the body’s repair components neglect to adapt up to the pace at which skin harm happens. Because of this, there is loss of the materials that keep the skin’s surface smooth and firm. In Which time frame of age does the skin ageing start? Regularly the obvious indications of skin maturing are seen in late in 20s or mid 30s.However, these progressions begin prior however are not unmistakable to the stripped eye. Root cause and Effects of Skin Ageing: Skin maturing a characteristic marvel as one develops old. Aside from your hereditary cosmetics, certain outer elements like contamination, eating routine, stress and transcendent

December 29, 2018
Tips for skin care in winter season

Tips for skin care in winter season

Winter is coming and it is very important to protect your skin from winter, the cold air robs the natural oils from your skin, leaving it dry and itchy. It can even cause severe dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis. That’s why you need to take care of it.

  1.  Stay hydrated: In winter the air is drier so as a result, water evaporates from your body easily. Hence, you need to keep your skin hydrated. Drinking lots of water is the only solution. Though you might not feel as thirsty during winters as the other seasons, you need to maintain your regular water intake. You can also install a humidifier to manage the moisture level in your home. This will certainly keep your skin happy.
  2. Use lukewarm water: Its feel good to go for hot showers when the temperature is dipping but if you love your skin, avoid them. Instead, use lukewarm water to shower and wash your face. Hot showers dry your skin quickly, after shower use skin moisturizer, This will keep the skin moisture maintain and avoid dryness.
  3. Use skin care products wisely: T

December 11, 2018
Photorejuvenation treatment

What is Photorejuvenation?

Photorejuvenation is a treatment that uses intense pulsed light (IPL), a non-laser light source, to fix pigmentation issues, like sun damage, brown spots, and freckles, and vascular abnormalities such as redness, broken capillaries, spider veins, and rosacea. Photorejuvenation also minimizes pore size and fine lines, stimulates dormant skin cells, and promotes new collagen to grow. IPL technology works by emitting high-intensity pulses of broadband light deep into the skin without harming the surface area. People who have blotchy, sun-damaged, or discolored skin, or whose skin is affected by large pores, freckles, or wrinkles, may benefit from an IPLTM photofacial. The procedure is also quick and involves no downtime, making it a convenient option for people with busy schedules. Those with dark or deeply tanned skin sometimes experience complications following IPLTM photofacial treatment. Patients should discuss such issues with a trained dermatologist before undergoing treatment.

How Photorejuvenation Works:

During IPL™ photorejuvenation treatment, h

November 30, 2018
Hydra Facial

What is the Hydra Facial and what is its process?

Hydra Facial is the only hydradermabrasion procedure that combines cleansing, exfoliation, extraction, hydration and antioxidant protection simultaneously, resulting in clearer, more beautiful skin with no discomfort or downtime. The treatment is soothing, moisturizing, non-invasive and non-irritating. This multi-step treatment cleanses, exfoliates, and extracts dead cells. It then rejuvenates the skin by applying a serum infused with antioxidants, peptides, and hyaluronic acid. It’s mainly used to address the following concerns:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Dark spots
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Clogged pores
  • Enlarged pores
  • Mild acne
  • Oily skin

The hydrafacial treatment is so instant and non-irritating that it is even safe enough to have done on your wedding day! The treatment accomplishes all of this via a breakthrough simultaneous multi-step approach: Vortex Extraction – The “vortex” is simply a strongly circulating liquid that when applied to the skin, easily extricates and eliminates a variety of blemishes including blackheads, sebum, and whiteheads for painless and instantaneous extractions. Vortex Cleaning – The unique

November 22, 2018

What is the fat transplant and what is its latest procedure?

Fat transfer, also called fat grafting, fat injections and lipofilling, is a procedure that uses a person’s own fat to fill in irregularities and grooves. This is now a well-established technique used to shape body parts in the current scenario. Significant research on fat transfer breast augmentation has been done:

  • Pre-Expansion Technique Allows Successful Mega-Volume Fat Transfer to the Breasts
  • Fat Transfer Provides Alternative to Breast Implants
  • New Technique Doubles Breast Size Using Patient’s Own Fat

Aesthetic indications for undergoing lipofilling include sunken cheeks, the disappearance of fat from the cheekbones, deep grooves running from the nose to the corners of the mouth, and in some instances of lines between the lower eyelids and the cheek. It is also one of the most common methods used for lip enhancement. In addition, lipofilling can be used to smooth out all types of irregularities such as those resulting from poorly performed liposuction or injuries. The necessary fat is obtained by a limited liposculpture through one or several 3 to 5 mm incisions. It is normally taken from the abdomen or inner thigh. The aspirated fat is processed by centrifug

October 29, 2018
Skin care in festive season

Skin care in festive season

We get all our best dresses and latest wardrobe ready for festive season. So how to flaunt our best look. we cannot do that with only good clothes. we need healthy and glowing skin also. Tips for festive skin glow • Get your personalized skin check by a professional to help you understand your skin needs. • Do not just do what others are doing because your skin is unique, stick to your own prescribed routine • Put products according to your skin type and daily routine depending on your age, medical conditions and out door activities. • Do not buy cosmetics just by seeing the advertisement or by listening to someone else reviews as it may not suit your skin. • Hydrate your body and take nourishing diet as good skin is the extension of healthy body and mind. Do Services and use products which gives you long term benefits and care rather than momentary feel good factor. • Ask your doctor about the best service showing your skin and get a personalized skin care plan. • Always get rid of make up with mild cleansers to let your skin breathe easy at night . • Anti ageing and problem concern

October 22, 2018
What is i-Lipo Laser fat reduction?

What is i-Lipo Laser fat reduction? Know more about it.

i-Lipo is an FDA approved technology used as a safe, non-invasive dermatological aesthetic treatment for the reduction of circumference of hips, waist, and thighs. This is a non- invasive laser weight loss treatment that shrinks fat cells beneath the skin. There are no incisions and the fat is removed through the body’s lymphatic system. There is no downtime and you can expect to spend a total of 1 hour or less in the office (20 minutes for the treatment and 30 minutes of exercise or sauna following the treatment). The results are natural looking and will appear gradually. In a randomized, controlled study, patients experienced an average weight loss of 2-12 cm from their waist, hip and thighs in just one session. Variations on this i-Lipo machine include i-Lipo Ultra which includes a skin tightening and cellulite reducing feature and ultrasound cavitation which disrupts the membrane of the fat cell. The combination of the ultrasound, radio-frequency device, and the vacuum feature will permanently destroy some of the fat cells and may shrink the size of the remaining fat cell. Results vary by individual and are semi-permanent but should remain as