Friday, 12 July 2019

How to take care of skin in humid climate?

Humid weather can be extremely frustrating for the skin. During humid months, the skin starts producing excess oil, thus causing breakouts. Hence, it becomes necessary to take good care of the skin when it is humid outside. We have listed below some tips that can help you maintain the natural health of the skin while coping with humidity.

Take care of the skin in humid weather to look radiant and flawless?

Wash your face: During humidity, the face produces excess oil and sweat. This might lead to pimples on the face. Thus, wash your face for at least 2-3 times a day. Use a cleanser first to wipe the sweat from the face. 

Keep your toner with you: Toner helps to keep the face hydrated. If you are going somewhere outside, then you must keep the toner with you. Spray some toner on your face 2-3 times a day, it will help your skin to stay hydrated and fresh.

Use of moisturizer: During the humid climate, the skin looks oily. It does not mean that you will stop applying moisturizer.  During the humid climate, one must apply an oil-free moisturizer.

Scrub your skin: Exfoliating the skin properly in humid weather does not make the skin look oily. Thus scrub your body and skin properly. Try to scrub your body twice a week. It will help to clean the skin pores and will make your skin clean.

Apply light makeup: During humid weather, too much makeup harms the skin. It leads to pimples and breakouts on the skin. Thus, either avoid doing makeup completely or apply very light makeup. Try to use powder-based products.

According to KEMPS Skin Clinic, you might have to go an extra mile to take care of the skin in a humid climate. However, if you do it right, you can flaunt a flawless and healthy skin throughout the year.  All you need to do is, for more skin related issue you may visit the clinic and take an appointment.

Saturday, 29 June 2019

What is Vitalize Peel and what its uses and benefits?


Vitalize Peel:  The Vitalize Peel is a unique Chemical Peel comprised of Alpha-Hydroxy Acid, Bety-Hydroxy Acid, Resorcinol Acid, and Retinoic Acid. The peel is designed to safely reduce the appearance of fine lines, sun damage, and age spots; leaving patients with a refreshed and rejuvenated appearance.

Uses of Vitalize peel:

·         Reduce visible signs of aging, including the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

·         Achieve a healthier, more radiant, and more youthful appearance by brightening Skin and improving its color and clarity

·         Enhance Skin texture for smoother, softer Skin

·         Minimize the appearance of skin imperfections such as age/dark spots, acne-prone  skin, and premature aging caused by sun exposure


The Vitalize Peel is the most popular Skin peel. It contains a proprietary blend of ingredients to help rejuvenate the skin. Achieve visible improvement after one treatment with optimal results after a series of treatments.

One of the active ingredients in Vitalize Peel is salicylic acid that has been used for several decades to treat acne. ... Superficial exfoliation produced by Vitalize Peel also helps toimprove post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation caused by acne lesions.

Benefits:
  •  Enhances skin glow and radiance
  •  Helps restore a more youthful appearance
  • Improves clarity, color and skin texture
  •  Patients achieve enhancement of skin appearance with minimal downtime and discomfort
  • Appropriate for first-time chemical peel patients or patients looking for a gentle, very superficial peel
  • Little or no visible peeling
Kemps Skin Clinic Vaishali , Sec-4 provide Vitalize Peel by expert dermatologist. You may call and book prior appointment for better service. They provide world class skin care service by skin experts.

Tuesday, 25 June 2019

How to take care of your skin in Hot summer, some basic tips

Summers are back and so is dull and tired skin. The heat, the sweat, the dirt and those long hours in the sun can make our skin look a little rough. Our skin is just like a plant that needs extra care depending on the season to stay fresh, and not paying attention and taking care of your skin regularly may harm your skin.

We want our summer skin to be smooth, even in color, touchable and great looking. Instead, we often end up with cracked feet, sunburns, uneven tan lines, and sun damage, sometimes, even worse – rashes, bites, and weird-looking self-tanner. To avoid these pitfalls, and get summer skin that’s worth showing off, pay attention to these 5 skin essentials: 

Rejuvenate Your Skin with Nighttime Serums: Nighttime is the best for applying your expensive skincare products because our skin cells regenerate while we sleep. These serums basically help in the process of regeneration of skin cells and may help resolve different skin conditions. They are the best for providing deep hydration to the skin and bringing the glow. Their consistency and formulations usually allow them to reach the deepest layer of the skin.

Take care of your feet: Get that pedicure, but you can also ask your doc about using a prescription urea cream (40% urea, like X-Viate) — it works really well to smooth those heels.

Never Sleep with Makeup On: The major reason for dull skin, clogged pores, and rougher texture is sleeping with makeup on. Doing so in summers can cause the skin to break out as well. Therefore, if you want to maintain the glow and beautiful even tone of your skin, sleep with a cleansed and makeup-free face.

Stay safe in the sun: Use the expensive high-zinc (10-18%) sunscreen on your face, neck, chest, arms, and hands. You can use the drugstore stuff on the rest of your body, but be sure to reapply – don’t let yourself burn.

Exfoliate to Remove Dead Skin: If you’re looking for healthy glowing skin this summer, it’s essential to get rid of the dead skin that has been accumulating on your skin for a while. Exfoliation is, therefore, a must. It helps remove the dead skin cells and promotes the generation of new ones. New cells mean new and brighter skin. Exfoliate your skin one to two times per week. Use a mild exfoliation method for facial skin and don’t use harsh chemical-based defoliants especially if you have sensitive skin.

Avoid weird tan lines: If you use your sunscreen, you really shouldn’t have these. But if get them anyway, then cover up more with a cute summer shirt, a rash guard, a wetsuit, or swim tights.

Dr. Manju Keshri (skin care expert and Dermatologist) at KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali says that above tips with consistency can help you achieve the glowing skin you have been longing for. Skincare, having some basics and following a healthy diet and lifestyle can definitely change the game of your skin too.

Saturday, 8 June 2019

What is Phototherapy and what is its process?

Phototherapy, also called light therapy, means treatment with a special kind of light. It is prescribed to treat atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, dyshidrotic eczema, nummular eczema.

The most common type of phototherapy used to treat eczema is narrowband ultraviolet B (UVB) light. This uses a special machine to emit UVB light, which is the best part of natural sunlight for treating eczema.

Broadband UVB phototherapy, PUVA (Psoralen and UVA), and UVA1 are other forms of phototherapy that may be used in special circumstances to treat eczema.  

Phototherapy helps to:
  • Reduce itch
  • Calm inflammation
  • Increase vitamin D production
  • Ramp up bacteria-fighting systems in the skin
Phototherapy is used for eczema that is all over the body (widespread) or for localized eczema (such as hands and feet) that has not gotten better with topical treatments.

About 70% of people with eczema get better with phototherapy. Some people find that phototherapy puts their eczema in a “remittive” or “quiet” state long past the end of the treatment.

There are three main types of phototherapy used for skin disorders:

Broadband UVB: Also known as BBUVB, broadband UVB involves treating skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis with the full the spectrum of ultraviolet-B radiation.

Narrowband UVB: This involves using only a small portion/part of UVB radiation to treat the skin condition. It is more intense than broadband UVB and it’s the most common phototherapy option used by dermatologists.

PUVA: This stands for Psolaren ultraviolet-A. This involves combining UVA light with a certain kind of chemical called psoralen. Psolaren can be applied to your skin or you can take it as a pill. This chemical is found in plants and it makes your skin more sensitive to the light that’s to be applied. PUVA is more intensive and has more side effects than broadband or narrowband UVB, and is usually only resorted to when treatment with the others have been unsuccessful. It’s used for conditions like vitiligo, cutaneous T cell lymphoma, and psoriasis.

Process of Phototherapy:

Body Part or area that does not need treatment ought to be secured and ensured however much as could reasonably be expected and you will be requested that remove any garments that cover the skin being treated with UV. Some wellbeing steps include:
  • Apply Sunscreen to protect your neck, lips and the backs of your hands
  • Wear Special glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from UV light
  • To be cover the genitals in men
  • Apply Sunscreen for nipples and areola in women

KEMPS Skin Clinic is Delhi NCR premiere skin clinic, offering world-class skin treatment for its patients. Dr. Manju Keshri is one of the best dermatologists in Delhi NCR, having wide knowledge and professional experience in treating skin and laser hair removal. 

KEMPS SKIN clinic offers treatments related to  Face rejuvenation, laser hair removal, Skin tightening, anti-aging treatment, acne scar removal and pigmentation reduction etc.

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

What is Alopecia Areata (Hair falls in small patches)? And how do it treated?


Alopecia areata is a disease that causes hair to fall out in small patches, which can remain unnoticeable. These patches may eventually connect and then become noticeable, however. This disease develops when the immune system attacks the hair follicles, resulting in hair loss.

Sudden hair loss may occur on the scalp and in some cases the eyebrows, eyelashes, and face, as well as other parts of the body. It can also develop slowly, and recur after years between instances.

The condition can result in total hair loss, called alopecia universalis, and it can prevent hair from growing back. When hair does grow back, it’s possible for the hair to fall out again. The extent of hair loss and regrowth varies from person to person. 

there are treatments that may help hair grow back more quickly and that can prevent future hair loss, as well as unique ways to cover up the hair loss. Resources are also available to help people cope with the stress of the disease.

What causes alopecia areata (Hair fall in patches )?

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease develops when the immune system mistakes healthy cells for foreign substances. Normally, the immune system defends your body against foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria.

If you have alopecia areata, however, your immune system mistakenly attacks your hair follicles. Hair follicles are the structures from which hairs grow. The follicles become smaller and stop producing hair, leading to hair loss.

Researchers don’t know what triggers the immune system to attack hair follicles, so the exact cause of this condition isn’t known.

However, it most often occurs in people who have a family history of other autoimmune diseases, such as type 1 diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis. This is why some scientists suspect that genetics may contribute to the development of alopecia areata.

They also believe that certain factors in the environment are needed to trigger alopecia areata in people who are genetically predisposed to the disease.


There’s no known cure for Alopecia Areata, but there are treatments that you can try that might be able to slow down future hair loss or help hair grows back more quickly.

The condition is difficult to predict, which means it may require a large amount of trial and error until you find something that works for you. For some people, hair loss may still worsen despite treatment.
although there are some forms of treatment that can be suggested by doctors to help the hair re-grow more quickly.

The most common form of Alopecia Areata treatment is the use of corticosteroids, powerful anti-inflammatory drugs that can suppress the immune system. These are most commonly administered through local injections, topical ointment application, or orally.

Other medications that can be prescribed that either promote hair growth or affect the immune system include Minoxidil, Anthralin, SADBE, and DPCP. Although some of these may help with the re-growth of hair, they cannot prevent the formation of new bald patches.

It's better that you consult your nearest Hair and skin specialist, who check your condition of Hair fall and provide you best treatment says by Dr.Manju Keshari famous dermatologist and hair care expert at KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali, Ghaziabad.

Friday, 24 May 2019

What is skin tanning?

Sun tanning or simply tanning is the process whereby skin color is darkened or tanned. It is most often a result of exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from sunlight or from artificial sources, such as a tanning lamp found in indoor tanning beds. People who deliberately tan their skin by exposure to the sun engage in a passive recreational activity of sunbathing. Some people use chemical products which can produce a tanning effect without exposure to ultraviolet radiation, known as sunless tanning.

How skin tans:

Moderate exposure to direct sunlight contributes to the production of melanin and vitamin D by the body, but excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays has negative health effects, including sunburn and increased risk of skin cancer, as well as depressed immune system function and accelerated aging of the skin. Some people tan or sunburn more easily than others. This may be the result of different skin types and natural skin color, and these may be a result of genetics. 

Several cases of tanning addiction have been reported by medical researchers. Though the mechanism by which tanning addiction occurs is unknown, some evidence indicates that the release of endorphins during the tanning process causes the pleasurable effects that underlie the addiction.

The term "tanning" has a cultural origin, arising from the color tan. Its origin lies in the Western culture of Europe when it became fashionable for young women to seek a less pale.

Overexposure to ultraviolet radiation is known to cause skin cancer, make skin age and wrinkle faster, mutate DNA and impair the immune system. Frequent tanning bed use triples the risk of developing melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, according to a 2010 study. The study suggests that the melanoma risk is linked more closely to total exposure than it is to the age at which an individual first uses a tanning bed. The International Agency for Research on Cancer places the use of tanning beds in the highest cancer risk category, describing them as carcinogenic to humans even if used as recommended.

Many people mistakenly believe that having a tan protects their skin against sunburn and UV damage. In fact, a tan offers minimal protection against sunburn (equivalent to around SPF 3, depending on your skin type), and will not protect your DNA from future UV damage. 

Tanning products and UV radiation:

A few tanning lotions include sunscreens, ranging from SPF 4 to 15. However, this protection only lasts for a short time following application and not for the duration of the fake tan, so sunscreen will need to be applied after two hours. Promoting a tanning product as being protective against UV radiation may be misleading.

All tanning products should be used in conjunction with the five sun protection measures – clothing, sunscreen, a wide-brimmed hat, shade, and sunglasses

De-tanning:-

De-tanning in simple words is the removal of the tanned skin and cells accumulated in our body after its exposure to the sun’s UV rays and pollution. This is not an alternative to get “fairer” skin. It is a process to remove the tanned skin to even out the skin tone.

There are numerous ways to de-tan, such as magical serums, effective peeling, bleaching of the skin, de-tan facials and body wraps and our favorite natural organic therapies. We may use tomato to remove the tan of our skin or we may use gram flour along with honey and the easiest one lemon with honey and curd. This takes the tan right off the face, giving us a supple, clearer and fresh resultant skin.

For De-tanning session you may contact to KEMPS Skin Clinic Vaishali, sec-4, Ghaziabad, they have expert staff and Cosmetologist to provide you better skin care.

Thursday, 9 May 2019

Is removal of underarm hair by laser is good?


Underarm hair is a big problem for men and women both. In summers season it irritates more.

 For women, dark visible arm hair is not appreciated at all.

Still, for some reason, most people don’t think of their arms when they think of getting rid of the hair. But what about removing or thinning the hair for good with laser hair removal on the arms. No more shaving, it's sound great! 

While women have long endured the tedium that is shaving our underarms, shaving our forearms isn’t really a thing. That’s why laser hair removal is perfect for the arms. You can have us target all of the hairs on your arms with New York’s best selection of lasers. Or, maybe you’d simply like to get rid of the dark hairs. Or, maybe you’d like to leave some hair but thin things out just a bit.

Shaving, waxing, or plucking your arm hair isn’t any good. It leaves your skin red and when the hair returns, especially after shaving, it can be prickly. The key to getting rid of the hair is the hair follicle.

We match our laser wavelength to the color of the hair you seek to remove. Then we direct the laser pulses onto your arms. The melanin in the unwanted hair shafts absorbs the light energy and it converts to heat. This heat travels down the hair shaft into the follicle where it is anchored. The heat damages or destroys the hair follicle, precluding the follicle from growing hair in the future.

On the arms, most of us want some hair, just not a light sweater! Lasers are perfect for that. Lasers only damage hair follicles that are in the growth phase of the hair growth cycle. But hairs can also be in transition or resting, and laser energy doesn’t have any effect on them. That’s why a series of laser hair removal sessions are necessary to remove from 85-90% of the hair in an area permanently. But if you want to thin, or to simply remove the dark hairs, you can decide when enough hair is gone to suit how you want your arms to look.

KEMPS Skin Clinic Vaishali sec-4, Ghaziabad provide Laser Hair removal service at a very reasonable cost. You may call and book an appointment for better consultancy and treatment.