Monday, 19 March 2018

Is photo facial is effective for skin?

Photo facial is a unique new cosmetic procedure that is used to treat a wide range of skin problems. Photo facial is a term for a skin treatment that uses some kind of light-based technology, primarily for boosting collagen, treating brown spots, and diminishing broken capillaries.  Other names for photo facials are foto facials, facial rejuvenation, and photo rejuvenation.

It works using a combination of Diode Laser, Radio Frequency energy, and Intense Pulsed Light. All of these processes work together to achieve the desired degree of skin tightening or overall skin improvement.  

What are photo facials used for?

Photo facials are used to treat skin blemishes and pigmentation issues. However, there are several specific conditions that fall under these categories. Both IPL and certain LED photo facial treatments can be used to treat the following:
  • Broken capillaries (blood vessels)
  • Sun damage due to harsh sunlight is summers
  • Liver spots or age spots
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Rosacea
  • Spider veins
  • Freckles
  • Fine lines

What areas can Photo Facials treat?

Virtually any part of your body with uneven skin tone, diffuse redness, or sun and age spots can be safely treated. The face, chest, shoulders, and arms are the most popular areas for Photo Facial treatment because they have typically had the most sun exposure.

How long do photo facials take?

IPL photo facials are performed in a series, with each treatment lasting from approximately 20 minutes to an hour, depending on the amount of skin being treated. Typically, patients receive between 3 and 6 treatments spaced roughly one month apart.

How will my skin look after a treatment?

After a single treatment, your skin may feel smoother and appear to have a more evenly distributed tone. However, results only appear gradually and multiple treatments will be required for them to become truly dramatic.

What should I expect after the treatment?

You may experience some redness that should resolve within a few hours. For some pigmented lesions, you will see a darkening of the treated areas followed by a fading and flaking off at a later stage.

Choosing the right photo facial specialist

Choosing an experienced specialist is crucial to make you feel comfortable and guarantee you get the results you’re looking for KEMPS Skin Clinic, located in Ghaziabad, offers detailed planning and consultations to capture the exact way you want your face to look. Each IPL treatment is as different as each patient, and the KEMPS Skin Clinic is dedicated to finding the perfect treatment for you.

Wednesday, 28 February 2018

How can I make laser hair removal less painful?

There are many types of laser hair removal procedures available to remove unwanted excess hair. This is the very latest technology in hair removal techniques. The one thing they all have in common is that they can stop hair from growing to a lesser or greater extent, but finding the least painful method is also often a concern among many patients.

Modern laser hair removal systems are available with different methods. Some are more painful than others, including the traditional “shots” laser hair removal treatment.

A revolution is underway, for body hair removal that is virtually painless. The Pain-Free treatment offered by KEMPS Skin Clinic, can now free you from daily shaving, painful plucking and expensive waxing to give you silky smooth and beautifully bare skin. 

What Does Laser Hair Removal Feel Like?

Many of our clients at KEMPS Skin Clinic liken the sensation of Laser Hair Removal to a small elastic band snapping against the skin. While you would not actively seek such a sensation, it is very much preferable to feeling the roots of your hair getting ripped out as you do with hot wax.

At KEMPS Skin Clinic, we use the superior Candela Gentle Lase system, which includes a patented Dynamic Cooling Device. This system sprays a layer of cryogen on the skin milliseconds before the laser pulse, dramatically improving your level of comfort and rendering the hair removal treatment virtually painless.

What if Laser Hair Removal Does Hurt Me?

While Laser Hair Removal is a comfortable experience compared to other hair removal treatments, we do understand that pain thresholds differ between individuals. If you do experience pain during the treatment, talk to your qualified KEMPS Skin Clinic technician and we can make adjustments to get you through the treatment painlessly.

Painless Hair Reduction Treatment by KEMPS Skin Clinic

Painless Hair Reduction technology is the next-generation of laser hair reduction systems. It is a simple and easy permanent hair reduction solution that uses new breakthrough technology, often described as one of the most comfortable laser hair reduction options available today.

Certain factors which can influence pain experienced by the treatment include:

·         Skin type (Darker skin types find treatments more painful as there is more pigment in both the hair and the skin)
·         Hair type ( Thicker and darker hair will generally be more painful)
·         Hormonal Fluctuations (Menstruation for example) or if you are tired and stressed may increase sensitivity to the treatments as well.

Is it painful?

The majority of people find the Soprano laser very comfortable. Pain tolerance is subjective, but many patients often describe the sensation as soothing as a “hot stone massage.”

Since laser hair removal is only effective on short, visible hair, candidates should shave the desired area a few days before the treatment and let the hair grow into stubble. Do not wax or pluck hair beforehand, because hair may not grow back in time for your treatment.

Friday, 23 February 2018

What causes skin pigmentation on face and it’s treatment?

Facial pigmentation may be due to a generalized process but most often is localized to the face. Melasma and actinic damage pigmentation are common and tend to be bilaterally distributed and slowly progressive. Irregularly shaped isolated lesions should be viewed with more caution, and biopsy may be required. Treatments include topical and oral medications, peels, intense pulsed light therapy and laser treatment.


When your skin produces too much melanin, the pigment responsible for the color of your skin and hair, you may notice spots of discoloration or an uneven texture. A number of different factors can influence your body’s melanin production, including: 

Common causes of skin include:
  • Sun exposure
  • Hormonal changes
  • Heredity
  • Acne
  • Botched skin treatments


A doctor will diagnose pigmentation simply by looking at your skin. Your medical history will help to determine any factors that may have caused the disorder.

Our doctor may use a special lamp that gives off ultraviolet light. This allows the doctor to see patterns and depth of skin discoloration more clearly.

There are various causes of hyperpigmentation, including
  • Overexposure to the sun
  • Heredity
  • Picking at the skin
  • Endocrine diseases and hormonal changes
  • Certain medications such as antibiotics, cancer drugs, antiseizure 
  • drugs and more
  • Current or recent pregnancy, or current or recent use of birth 
  • Inflammation and skin injuries from acne lesions, psoriasis, burns, 
  • Friction and even certain professional skin care treatments.

Skin pigmentation laser treatment

Some lasers can be used for the treatment of skin pigmentation and have minimal or no impact on normal skin. This is possible due to the process of selective photothermolysis. This is a term that describes how a particular laser wavelength is attracted to pigmented lesions and only minimally to the normal skin to allow selective removal of a lesion. This allows the laser to selectively disrupt the pigment with minimal or no damage to surrounding skin

Treatment of skin pigmentation

There are many products available on the market for this condition; however, at KEMPS Skin Clinic near Vaishali metro station, we offer a range of medical procedures which have proven very effective in the treatment of skin pigmentation and other skin conditions.

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

How do you get rid of dandruff and it’s treatment?

The white flaky scalp and itching sensation that comes with dandruff is definitely not irritating for everyone. How to get rid of dandruff? It’s a common question comes to everyone’s mind.  Dandruff is a common disorder of the scalp that is caused by dry and irritated oily skin, bacteria and fungus infection on the scalp. It is a harmless condition that occurs when the scalp becomes dry or greasy. 

Types of dandruff

First, we need to know what Dandruff is. Dandruff appears when any kinds of fungal infection like yeast take place on your scalp. When it will grow on your scalp it will be better known as Malassezia. It causes itching and hair fall beside the shedding of the scalp. There are two types of Dandruff, one is for dryness of the scalp and the other comes through the diseases. The first one occurs for the excessive dryness of the skin and the 2nd one is a real disease of the scalp. The 2nd one appears mainly for improper care of the scalp, irregular hair brushing, infrequent shampoo and improper diet. 

How Do You Get Dandruff? What Is The Cause Of Dandruff?

A fungus called Malassezia grows on your scalp is the cause of Dandruff. This results in shedding of the scalp skin. There are two types of dandruff – one occurs due to the dryness of the scalp, while the other occurs due to the excessive production of oil on the scalp. Some of the known causes of dandruff are:
  • Improper and irregular brushing of hair
  • Infrequent shampooing
  • Improper diet
  • Stress and certain illnesses like Parkinson’s disease, eczema, and seborrheic dermatitis

Can dandruff be cured?

Somehow, but it can be controlled. You’ll need to reserve a permanent space in your shower for specialized treatment shampoo containing zinc pyrithione or selenium sulfide. These anti-dandruff ingredients can help slow the rate at which your skin cells die and slough off.

Treatments for dandruff

The main treatment for dandruff is anti-dandruff shampoo. There are a number of types available to buy from supermarkets or pharmacies.

Look for a shampoo containing one of the following ingredients:
  • zinc pyrithione
  • salicylic acid
  • selenium sulphide (or selenium sulfide)
  • ketoconazole
  • coal tar
There are many causes of dandruff and treatment will depend on the condition of your scalp. It is best to seek the advice of a doctor or dermatologist if your symptoms are severe. Dr. Manju Keshri dermatologist and Hair transplant expert at Kemps skin Clinic in Ghaziabad says that the following factors will contribute in a production of dandruff:

Dry Skin – dry skin is a common occurrence and can cause itchy and flaky skin. Usually smaller flakes implicate it is a result of dry skin, especially during winter periods.

Skin conditions – Skin disorders such as psoriasis and eczema can cause dandruff.

Reaction to products – some skin care and hair care products may cause a reaction and result in the dry, itchy and scaly scalp.

Diet – A diet containing zinc, B vitamins and some types of fats help reduce production of dandruff.

Tuesday, 30 January 2018

What is Fungal infection and how its cure

Fungal skin infections are caused by different types of fungi and can be a common culprit of itchy skin. Fungi invade and grow in dead keratin, a protein that makes up your skin, hair and nails. The different types of fungal infections are divided into groups based on what type of fungus is involved.

Fungal skin infections can be itchy and annoying, but they're rarely serious. Common infections such as athlete's foot, jock itch, and ringworm are caused by fungus and are easy to get and to pass around. In healthy people, they usually don't spread beyond the skin's surface, so they're easy to treat. 

There are lots of kinds of fungus in this world and they can affect humans in different ways. Most are harmless, but some can make you sick or some can even kill you, and then there’s the very special kind of fungus that can take your brain to magical places. That can be fun, if you’re into that sort of thing, but for most people, fungus only causes irritating skin or nail infections that aren’t terribly fetching.

Here are some common types of fungal infections:
  • Tinea (say: TIH-nee-uh) is a type of fungal infection of the hair, skin, or nails. When it's on the skin, tinea usually begins as a small red area the size of a pea. As it grows, it spreads out in a circle or ring. Tinea is often called ringworm because it may look like tiny worms are under the skin (but of course, they're not!).
  • Athlete's foot is another type of fungal infection that usually appears between the toes but can also affect toenails and the bottom or sides of the feet.
  • Jock itch is a fungal infection of the groin and upper thighs. You might think only men and boys get it, but girls and women can get it, too.
  • Ringworm (Tinea Corporis) can appear in the form of a red or silver rash anywhere on the body. It is usually ring-shaped and is most commonly caused by the fungus.

How fungal infections are spread

Fungal infections are spread by direct skin contact (with humans or animals), or indirectly from contaminated articles on floors or in the soil. Shared changing rooms and showers are often a source of tinea, while some infections are spread by sharing of items such as towels.

Symptoms of Skin Fungi

The fungal skin infection depends on the type of fungus that’s caused for it, and where it is. Fungal rashes can sometimes be confused with other skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema.

You might be able to manage it at home with medicines that you can buy over-the-counter. If you need advice about medicines, ask a pharmacist. If it gets worse or isn’t helped by over-the-counter medicines, contact your Dermatologist for advice.

Infections caused by different fungi have different symptoms, but there are a few general things to look for. The infection with which you are currently blessed may have only a couple or several of the characteristics listed here.

Patches of scaly, discolored skin (pink, white, or shades of brown)
  • Itchiness in the affected area
  • The area slowly grows in size
  • Hair loss or change in the area
  • The area becomes irritated or more noticeable with sun exposure

Treatments for Skin Fungus

The basic steps to keeping you free of fungus start with keeping your skin clean and dry. Fungus grows in warm, moist areas, so don’t let those words describe your skin. If you do have an infection, As suggest By Senior dermatologist Dr. Manju Keshri at KEMPS Skin Clinic Vaishali Ghaziabad that keep clean and maintain hygiene so you away from Fungal infection on your skin and body.

Monday, 29 January 2018

Things to be remember before tattoo removal

Removing a tattoo is a very tough job. Now a day’s laser Removal method made it easy but its take time to remove a tattoo.Tattoo removal can be done by lasers, dermabrasion, or excision (cutting it out). Several different types of lasers can fade tattoos and sometimes a combination of multiple lasers work best for removing a tattoo.

Tattoo Removal:

When you want to get your tattoo removed, laser tattoo removal is the best way to do it, hands down. It is the safest method, has very few long-term side effects, and is the most effective at actually removing the tattoo. 

The Tattoo Removal Process

The procedure used to expel a tattoo requires a unique laser that objectives the colors in the ink under the skin. The laser leaves the skin and tissue around the ink undamaged that means the risk of infection is low. By focusing on the colors of the ink, the laser separates the ink into small particles that can be expelled securely by the body.

Does tattoo removal hurt?

Laser tattoo removal typically does involve some level of pain. That said, many say that it hurts less than they expected.

The sensation of removing a tattoo is comparable to having a tattoo applied. Some said that its like the sensation of a rubber band snapping against the skin or bacon grease – basically it's uncomfortable but bearable.

What to do before laser tattoo removal
  • Shower –Take a shower before your appointment so you can avoid getting dirty water in your newly swollen pores after a laser session. This is especially for the people who work dirty jobs where dirt, grease, and chemicals are making contact with their skin.
  • Sleep – One of the most important things you can do before your laser treatment session gets a good night’s sleep. Being relaxed and feeling rejuvenated will help put your mind at ease.
  • Shave – Be shave any hair that surrounds your tattoo for better removal treatment.
  • Eat – It is recommended that you eat a healthy meal a few hours before your treatment so that your blood sugar is regulated.
  • Wear comfortable clothes – You should come to the facility wearing loose-fitting, comfortable clothing. 

 Side- Effects of the treatment

There are few side effects accompanied with the laser removal treatment which usually goes away with time. Following are few side effects:
  • Swelling;
  • Blistering;
  • Redness;
  • Tenderness and
  • Bruising

At KEMPS Skin Clinic, we offer an effective Laser tattoo removal treatment in Ghaziabad, which is a non-invasive tattoo removal option that can safely remove permanent tattoos from any part of the body. Tattoos are no longer considered permanent and irreversible designs or marks on the skin. Our Dermatologic surgeons can safely and effectively use different techniques to successfully remove unwanted tattoos.

Thursday, 25 January 2018

How to protect Nails and make it shine

Girls love having beautiful nails and hands. Study says that bright shiny nails show person inner health is good. Nail’s shape, it’s strength, and it’s look reflects that you are hygienic and self-caring. Unfortunately, in daily uses our hands come in contact with many things which affect the beauty of our nails. In order to maintain the beauty of your hands, you should follow a some specific care.

When you invest the time & money to do your own nails, you want your nail polish to look good for as long as possible. Once you’ve got your nail file sorted, it’s time to decide what shape you want. The most common nail shapes are:

  • Oval: This is the option for short nails; your nails will be curved at the top, which creates an oval shape.
  • Square: The top of your nail should be slightly curved but the sides flat, and again this is a good option for shorter nails.
  • Squoval: This is a good shape for those who have wide nail beds. The shape isn’t quite as straight as square nails, but isn’t as curved as oval nails.
  • Round: This is the most common nail shape. It elongates your hands as the sides of the nail are rounded and they meet at a rounded point, giving the illusion of longer nails and fingers.
  • Stiletto: As the name implies, stiletto nails are quite extreme and work best on naturally long nails. Both sides of the nail are straight, and they meet at a point in the middle.

Nails reflect your style, your habits and your health. Keep your hands and nails clean there are some basic tips for nail care.
  • Wear rubber gloves when washing dishes
  • Wear protective gloves when doing chores
  • Avoid excessive use of nail polish remover
  • Keep your nail tips well-rounded
  • Do not cut your cuticles

Trimming, filing, polishing and painting your nails

Cutting nails looks like a simple process, but you need to look out for the length of the nail. Do not overdo the cut; else you’ll damage the tips.

Always clean the area under your nails to protect them from bacteria. After you trim the nails, shape them with a nail file. Move the file from the corner of your nail towards the middle, and don’t go back and forth (that way, you will only make their edges weak and breakable). Polish your nails (you can use a multi-sided nail file for this). Choose a nail polish that you like and paint your nails but avoid cheep nail paints they have harmful chemical with affect your nail enamel says Dr. Manju Keshri famous Dermatologist in KEMPS skin clinic Vaishali, Ghaziabad.