Showing posts with label Skin pigmentation treatment in east Delhi Ghaziabad. Show all posts
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Tuesday, 24 September 2019

Birthmark Types, Causes, and treatment

Birthmark: Any mark, spot, or bump that is present in or around the time of birth on the skin of an infant is a birthmark. Mothers are fond of giving these rather romantic names such as angel's kisses, stork bites, or beauty marks. Most of these lesions are not particularly aesthetically desirable.

Types of Birthmarks:  Birthmarks can be categorized according to their composition.
  • Pigmented birthmarks: Marks as a result of excessive accumulations of melanin are called pigmented birthmarks since the great majority of them are brown to black. Other birthmarks appear lighter than the rest of the skin due to a relative lack of melanin.
  • Vascular birthmarks: Vascular birthmarks are composed of blood vessels and are called vascular birthmarks. They are generally red, blue, or purple. Other birthmarks are composed of lymphatic tissue (cystic hygroma), breast tissue, and epidermal tissue, which are often yellow to flesh-colored. 

Causes of birthmarks:  Most Birthmarks are probably due to defective migration of cells during fetal development. Once these cells start to multiply, they produce tissue with the characteristics of their cell type though they are not where those cells typically are located.

Is it possible to remove or fade Birthmarks?

It is now possible to treat many kinds of both pigmented and vascular birthmarks. The approach depends on the type of tissue involved and the risks versus the benefits of treatment. The pediatrician is an excellent source of information as to potential treatment options.

Treatment for Birthmarks:

The treatment of birthmarks depends on the nature of the tissue involved. Medical treatment can hasten the resolution of certain kinds of vascular birthmarks. Generally, measures that destroy the involved cells of the birthmark are required for both pigmented or vascular birthmarks. Either scalpel surgery, lasers, and rarely radiation can be helpful.

Many capillary birthmarks such as salmon patches and strawberry hemangiomas are temporary and require no treatment. For permanent lesions, concealing cosmetics might be helpful. Cortisone (oral or injected) can reduce the size of a hemangioma that is growing rapidly and obstructing vision or vital structures. Other oral medicines have been used experimentally with some success in these cases, as well.

Port-wine stains on the face can be treated at a young age with a yellow-pulsed dye laser for best results. Treatment of the birthmarks might help prevent psychosocial problems that can result in individuals who have port-wine stains.

Permanent red birthmarks might be treated with methods including:
  • Cryotherapy (freezing)
  • Laser surgery
  • Surgical removal

In some cases, birthmarks are not treated until a child reaches school age. However, birthmarks are treated earlier if they result in unwanted symptoms or if they compromise vital functions such as vision or breathing. KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali Sec-4 provide treatment for birthmark. You may book a prior appointment and get the best treatment.

Friday, 20 September 2019

How to get glowing skin

Facials have always been synonymous with relaxation and healthy skin. However, the unending facial menu’s can be too much jargon and there is a huge gap between the qualities of the ingredients being used in the industry. All of this leads to information asymmetry between the customer and the skin clinic, mostly to the advantage of the skin clinic.

Let’s consider what we expect from a facial: The perfect facial should be relaxing, hydrating, stimulating, moisturizing and rejuvenating. Most beauty clinics would have 5 different facials to achieve what a single facial session should achieve.

However, there is some light at the end of this dark tunnel, in the form of Hydra-Facials. Also referred to Aqua Peeling or Hydro-Dermabrasion.

What are Hydra Facials?

 Hydra Facial itself as the medical-grade facial rejuvenation that cleanses, detoxifies, exfoliates, extracts and hydrates in one treatment that is appropriate for all skin types -- normal, oily, sensitive, aging. It also promises help with fine line and wrinkles, pore size, and hyperpigmentation.
  • Cleans and Exfoliates dead skin cells to reveal healthy new skin.
  • Peels gently to help loosen dirt and debris from pores without any irritation.
  • Automatically extracts impurities, and
  • Adds hydration with serums and antioxidants to nourish and protect.
Due to this multi-therapeutic approach, hydra facials are easily differentiated from other forms of skin rejuvenating and microdermabrasion (MDA) treatment procedures.

Why it is more appreciated than any other Facial: This facial is for on-the-go girls! Its multi-therapeutic approach combines various benefits into the time of a single facial session. Some of the merits of a 30 minute procedure are:
  • It targets various skin problems like blackheads, whiteheads, brown spots, acne, sun damage, uneven skin tone, enlarged pores, and the fine lines of premature aging.
  • Improves the overall quality of skin through the extraction of dead layers and cleaning of dirt and debris from the pores.
  • Improvements to facial tone and texture with less dyschromia (skin discoloration)
  • Hydrates and nourishes the skin for much softer and brighter look.
  • Stimulates the blood flow for much healthier-looking skin
  • No downtime, no irritation like other peels with instant results assurance
  • Bespoke Treatment for your skin’s requirement- Which means it is tailored to individual skincare needs.
When it’s not advisable: It is not recommended if you are looking for instant results for following skin conditions:
  • Deep lines
  • Acne
  • Wrinkles
  • Scars
  • Deep Hyperpigmentation problems
  • Broken skin
Skin conditions like above more often demand invasive treatments. However, Hydra Dermabrasion can be used in combination or in conjunction with other invasive treatment to compliment the results.

At KEMPS Skin Clinic Hydra Facials is provided by an expert dermatologist, you may contact and book a prior appointment for better services.

Friday, 6 September 2019

What is oily skin and how to take care of it?

Oily skin is acne-prone skin with open pores, a shiny complexion, blackheads, and pimples. Because hormones affect oil production, anything that changes your hormone levels may affect your skin. ... To keep oily skin clean, wash your face a 2-3 times a day with plain soap and water.

Oily skin is firstly characterized by an overproduction of sebum. This protective oily substance is made by the sebaceous glands and its excess secretion is often visible and sometimes unattractive: shiny skin, enlarged pores, blackheads, or pimples. This is very common at puberty as a result of hormonal changes during which a testosterone derivative attaches to the sebaceous glands and increases sebum production. 

Several other factors influence sebum production by sebaceous glands:
  • Poor skin hygiene;
  • The use of cosmetics that irritate the skin;
  • Hormonal factors: adolescence, taking oral contraceptives, pregnancy, etc.;
  • Genetics;
  • Climatic conditions: heat and humidity, for instance;
  • Toxic substances: tobacco and pollution, for instance;
  • Stress, anxiety, fatigue.
·       Very oil skin has a shiny appearance, especially on the T zone (forehead, nose, and chin). As the pores are enlarged, the texture of the skin appears irregular. In too great a quantity, sebum can block pores and become a fertile ground for acne and other skin problems.

Here is what you can do to reduce the oily appearance of skin:

Cleanse it: Cleansing is the first condition that needs to be respected for good skin. If possible, wash your face twice daily with a very mild and unscented cleanser with a neutral pH. Some cleaning products are specifically formulated for oily skin types. Pat your skin dry with a clean towel instead of rubbing it vigorously. You can also apply a skin-toning lotion to tighten pores. Avoid those containing alcohol because they stimulate sebum production. Do not forget to remove your makeup every night before going to bed.  

Use Moisturize: Oily skin also needs to be moisturized. Some products that have an ultra-light texture, are without oil, and enriched with a sebum-regulating complex. Don’t worry. If you choose the right product, it will not add to your skin’s shine. It will actually have the opposite effect! Be wary of tinted creams because they can stimulate sebum secretion and the appearance of pimples.

Use sunscreen: Protect yourself from the sun’s rays with sunscreen suitable for oily skin types. Avoid tanning salons at any cost. Use a mild exfoliant twice a week. Give yourself a skincare treatment at a beauty salon from time to time. Ask the beautician to adapt the treatment your particular type of skin.

Eat Fresh: Adopt a healthy diet. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. Avoid fatty and sugary foods such as sausages, deli meats, chocolate, and fast foods. Drink plenty of water. Sleep well, avoid stress, and happily kick the smoking habit!

Remember, having oily skin does have some benefits. Those with oily skin tend to age slower. Oily skin tends to wrinkle less than those with dry or normal skin. To know  more about care of oily skin you may contact Dr. Manju keshari, Senior Dermatologist and Skin Specialist at KEMPS Skin Clinic Vaishali, Sec.4, Ghaziabad.

Monday, 26 August 2019

Vitamin C and its benefit on skin

Do you drink a glass of lemon water? Add green chilies to your salad at lunch? If so, your skin thanks you-not only for the healthy diet, but for making sure that you regularly intake vitamin C. Your body needs a variety of nutrients to look and function its best, of course, but C is a particularly important player.

It offers much more than the immune-boosting properties you probably already know it for; because a lot of C is stored in your skin, it helps rejuvenate and protect your complexion whether you get it from food or apply it topically. Simply put, vitamin C should be part of your skincare regimen—as important as washing your face or applying sunscreen. 

What is vitamin C?

As far as your skin is concerned, vitamin C is "a potent antioxidant that can neutralize free radicals," explains by Seniordermatologist  Manju Keshri. "Because of its antioxidant properties, vitamin C provides your skin's naturally a new life its help in the regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells fast."

How else does vitamin C benefit the skin?

Amazingly, vitamin C's skin-saving benefits aren't limited to its antioxidant status. It has plenty of other skin-healing properties that make it worthy of a permanent place in your medicine cabinet. For one, because it's highly acidic when vitamin C is used topically "the skin is triggered to heal itself by accelerating the production of collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are both naturally occurring protein fibers that help keep skin plump and firm. So, in helping to promote collagen production, topical vitamin C can help prevent premature aging of the skin.

IT HELPS KEEP SKIN STRONG: It's minimizing the appearance of fine lines, vitamin C also helps the surface of your skin appear smoother and firmer by activating cells called fibroblasts that make new collagen.

IT HELPS HEAL SKIN FAST: Cuts, burns and other injuries that lead to scar tissue need the help of vitamin C to repair damaged skin. The vitamin may also play a role in the formation of keratinocytes—cells needed to close up a wound on the skin’s surface. While increasing your vitamin C intake does not appear to speed up the repair process, not getting enough may delay healing.

HOW MUCH SHOULD YOU NEED?

The recommended daily dose of vitamin C for men is 90 mg; it’s 75 mg for women. Green peppers,  Broccoli, I orange juice, papaya, strawberries, and cantaloupe are all excellent sources. Here’s what happens when you apply vitamin C topically:

IT PROVIDES ANTIOXIDANT PROTECTION.  Vitamin C provides your skin protective antioxidants that fight free radical damage and inflammation caused by the sun, pollution and other factors. The key is using a product that has the L-ascorbic acid form of vitamin C—the only one that can penetrate the deep layers of your skin. While using sunscreen is still the best way to prevent burns and the aging effects of the UV light, rubbing in a vitamin C-containing serum or lotion underneath delivers extra insurance by counteracting the small percentage of UV rays that can sneak through sunblock.

KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali Sec-4 Ghaziabad provide consultancy related to Skincare and Haircare. You may contact and get best advice for your skincare.

Friday, 23 August 2019

What is a TCA Peel and its benefit?

A chemical peel involves the application of toxic chemical solutions to the skin in a controlled manner, producing controlled tissue death. The desired depth of the wound is dependent upon the condition to be treated. After the peel, the skin regenerates. The damaged skin regenerates from deeper layers of the epidermis and from the superficial dermis.

Trichloroacetic (TCA) peel is a light chemical peel. Many people don't relish the idea of two weeks in hiding while waiting for their new skin. Less drastic types of peels were introduced in the 1980s, using trichloroacetic acid (TCA). This procedure hurts when performed, but peels more superficially than when phenol is used. The epidermis and superficial dermis peel, healing in five to eight days. The more superficial the peel, the fewer wrinkles are removed. 

TCA concentrations range from 15% to 50%, alone or in combination with other chemicals. Higher concentrations result in deeper peels. The TCA peel is useful for pigmentation irregularities, such as sun-damaged skin and discoloration from pregnancy. It helps wrinkles and other sun damage. Acne and large pores are improved. Even some premalignant conditions can be corrected.

Safety:
  • The TCA peel application process sometimes causes temporary side effects such as burning and discomfort.
  • After a chemical peel, you may experience redness and skin sensitivity. In rare cases, there is a risk of scarring and infection from a TCA peel.
  • Finding a licensed and certified health practitioner to perform the TCA peel will lower your risks of negative side effects.

Who is a good candidate for TCA peels?

Chemical peels can be superficial, medium, or deep strength. TCA peels are considered medium strength, meaning they should only be applied by a certified skincare professional. The ideal candidate for a TCA peel:
  • is not breastfeeding or pregnant
  • does not have a skin condition such as psoriasis, eczema, or rosacea
  • does not have a job that requires them to be outside
  • has no history of keloids or poor wound healing
  • will be counseled by the doctor beforehand about realistic expectations of the results

People who have taken the acne medication isotretinoin (Zenatane, Amnesteem, Claravis) should avoid chemical peels for a period of time after completing treatment.

Procedure for a TCA peel

The TCA peel treatment itself will probably take around 30 minutes. You will be instructed to lie down as the dermatologist applies the TCA solution to your skin.

Most people feel a burning sensation for the first few minutes of the procedure, followed by a stinging pain as the acid exfoliates and clears away the top layers of your skin.

The procedure is done in a single session. It may be recommended that you prepare your skin with certain products prior to a TCA peel to achieve better results.

If you are looking to achieve a certain result, multiple sessions may be required. It’s advised that you wait several months between chemical peels to allow your skin to fully heal.

You may be sedated during the TCA peel, according to what you and your dermatologist decide.

How does one prepare for a TCA peel?

Often it is suggested to pretreat patients with tretinoin cream for a period prior to the peel. People who get cold sores (herpes simplex infections) should start on antiviral medications like acyclovir (Zovirax) one week prior to treatment and continue taking these for two weeks after therapy to prevent reactivation of cold sores. All patients should be encouraged to use high SPF sunscreens prior to and after peeling. Those with darker skin may also require pretreatment with hydroquinone preparations.

Kemps skin clinic, Vaishali sec-4 Ghaziabad provide TCA peel the facility, you may contact and book an appointment for it.

Thursday, 8 August 2019

Beauty pills ,its benefit and side effect on health

Nowadays Beauty supplements & pills are common in the youngster to get glowing skin hair and nails but the main question is that is it safe? Because such products often contain large doses of vitamins, they can cause side effects. As with any nutritional supplement, check with your doctor before taking any of these products.

Hair, Skin, and Nails Pills: These common components of beauty supplements include vitamins A, C, D, E, K, several B vitamins and zinc. Beauty supplements are similar to multivitamins, but their formulas are often somewhat less extensive. They also may also contain inactive ingredients of soy or peanuts. 

As per the skin specialist the possible side effects of these types of supplements may include diarrhea, constipation and upset stomach.

Symptoms are usually temporary and go away in time. The inactive ingredients, however, may produce allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. This response is rare and may manifest as hives or swelling of the tongue, face or throat.

Always take the recommended from dermatologist while taking these kinds of pills. Overdosing can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. It may also lead to fainting or difficulty breathing, which is a medical emergency.

Alternatives to Beauty Supplements:  Since hair, skin, and nails pills have a some side effects is there a better way to get all the nutrients you need for a healthy complexion and hair?

Yes, A healthy diet full of nutrition value like fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and fatty fish will help ensure an adequate intake without posing any possible side effects.  foods that are particularly beneficial, including:
  • Fatty fish, salmon, and mackerel have omega-3 fatty acids
  • for vitamin E and essential fatty acids found in Avocados 
  • Seeds for vitamin E, zinc and selenium
  • Fatty acids found in Nuts.
  • vitamin A found in Sweet potatoes for beta carotene, 
  • Vitamin found in C Sweet peppers
  • Spinach for iron, folate, and vitamins A and C

Dr. Manju Keshri , renowned dermatologist at Kemps skin clinic Vaishali  Sec.-4 provide consultancy and treatment related to skin and hair related issues. You may consult her for Beauty pills, about its safety for skin and health both.

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.

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.

Wednesday, 20 March 2019

Skin Care tips for Holi

Holi is the favorite festival in India among youngster and kids. Holi is unequivocally the most vibrant and colorful festival in the world. While traditionally it was celebrated with dry Gulal and buckets of color water, unfortunately, today it comes with splashes of synthetic pigments. Aftereffects of which not only cause discomfort to our skin, hair, eyes but also can be hazardous to our health. Perhaps why a little precaution goes a long way.

Take cues from the best. And who better than skincare maven, Dr. Manju keshari  (KEMPS SKIN Clinic)who keeps takes you through every measure you ought to take before you celebrate holi.

Does :  

  • Cover most parts of your body to avoid direct contact from colors.
  • Apply cold cream or oil to your exposed body parts to protect from color.
  • Safeguard your eyes wear protective glasses
  • Never rub your face or your body forcibly to remove colors its harm your skin.
  • Apply oil to the length of your hair thoroughly.

Do not:
  • Do not go for Bleach4-5 days before and after holi
  • Do not apply  Mehndee 
  • Do not go for the Laser procedure 
  • Do not use Facial
  • Do not use Peeling
  • Do not use Hydroxide based product 

Use only herbal color and gulal. Consult your dermatologist if you face any kind of problem from color or gulal it’s important to protect your skin from any chemical reaction or allergy.

Saturday, 16 March 2019

What is filler and what are the side effects?

Facial fillers are synthetic or naturally occurring substances injected into the lines, folds, and tissues of the face to decrease the appearance of wrinkles and restore the facial fullness that decreases with age.

These injectables are also called dermal fillers, injectable implants, wrinkle fillers, and soft-tissue fillers. They’re used to erase smile lines, plump up cheeks and lips, and correct acne scars.

The vast majority of fillers are absorbable. Thus, they offer temporary results that last from months to a couple of years, depending on the product and the person.

Commonly used fillers include:

  • Hyaluronic acid (HA): This gel-like substance is found naturally in the body. It’s used to “plump up” skin, adding volume to places like the cheeks and smoothing out wrinkles, especially around the eyes, lips, and forehead.
  • Calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA): This filler uses calcium (in the form of microscopic particles) and adds it to a gel that is then injected. The gel is of a thicker consistency than HA, which makes it better suited for deep wrinkles.
  • Poly-L-lactic acid: This biodegradable acid helps stimulate the skin’s own collagen production, instead of “filling” wrinkles. This gives firmness to the skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles. This filler is used to treat deep wrinkles and increase the volume where fat has been lost. It works gradually but can provide results for at least two years, making it a semi-permanent filler.
  • Autologous fat injections (fat grafting): This technique takes fat from parts of your body, such as the buttocks, and injects it into facial areas for filling.

This fat is typically removed from your body using liposuction, a procedure in which fat is vacuumed out of the body via a hollow tube inserted through incisions in the skin.

Side effects of facial fillers:  The following side effects — which tend to occur around the injection site — can be immediate, but usually clear within 5 to 15 days:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Bruising
  • Itching
  • Rash

Consult immediately with your dermatologist if you face any of above side effect while filler procedure. KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali Sec-4,  provide services related to Filler and other skin enhancement treatment. You may book an advance appointment for better service.

Thursday, 28 February 2019

What is Eczema and how it’s treated?

Eczema is a condition where patches of skin become inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, and rough. Blisters may sometimes occur. Eczema is a word that means irritated skin. Doctors don't really know why some kids and adults get eczema, and others don't. They think it might happen for a bunch of reasons:
  • Genetic: If your mom, dad, brothers, or sisters have eczema, you might get it too.
  • Allergies: If you have asthma (a disease that can make it hard to breathe) or allergies (when your immune system tries to protect you from normal things that aren't hurting you), you're more likely to get eczema.
  • Living Condition: Eczema is more common in cities, polluted areas and in the northern part of the world

What Causes Eczema? 

In addition, eczema is commonly found in families with a history of other allergies or asthma. Also, defects in the skin barrier could allow moisture out and germs in.

Some people may have "flare-ups" of the itchy rash in response to certain substances or conditions. For some, coming into contact with rough or coarse materials may cause the skin to become itchy. For others, feeling too hot or too cold, exposure to certain household products like soap or detergent, or coming into contact with animal dander may cause an outbreak. Upper respiratory infections or colds may also be triggers. Stress may cause the condition to worsen.

Although there is no cure, most people can effectively manage their disease with medical treatment and by avoiding irritants. The condition is not contagious and can't be spread from person to person.

Eczema may fade in adulthood, but people who have eczema tend to have lifelong problems with skin irritation and related problems.
  • Dry, sensitive skin
  • Contact dermatitis
  • Skin infections and cold sores
  • Eye irritations

How Is Eczema Treated?

For the treatment of eczema dr. have to relieve and prevent itching, which can lead to infection. Since the disease makes skin dry and itchy, lotions and creams are recommended to keep the skin moist. These products are usually applied when the skin is damp, such as after bathing, to help the skin retain moisture. Cold compresses may also be used to relieve itching.
  • Moisturize frequently.
  • Avoid sudden changes in temperature or humidity.
  • Avoid sweating or overheating.
  • Reduce stress.
  • Avoid scratchy materials, such as wool.
  • Avoid harsh soaps, detergents, and solvents.
  • Be aware of any foods that may cause an outbreak and avoid those foods.

KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali Sector-4 provides treatment for Eczema you may book appointment and Consultant with dermatologist there for better treatment of Eczema.

Monday, 25 February 2019

What is wart how it treated?

A person who is dealing with Wart understands how embarrassing a wart can be when it is located on a part of the body that is noticeable to others. A wart is a benign skin growth that looks and feels like a small, fleshy, grainy pea. it can appear almost anywhere on the body, but most commonly are found on the hands, fingers, and around the fingernails.

Who Gets Warts?

Warts can occur in people of all ages but occur most commonly in children and young adults. They spread by direct contact, simply by touching the wart. Warts normally resolve spontaneously but the time it takes for this resolution is variable. 

There are clinically 6 types of Wart:

  • Common warts have a rather bumpy surface and appear most often on the hands and fingers.
  • Flat or plane warts are small, smooth warts appearing in clusters on the back of the hands, face, or legs.
  • Plantar warts are those appearing on the soles of the feet.
  • Filiform warts form long, thin projections around the eyes, face, and neck.
  • Periungual warts (Common in people who bite their nails) occur under and around the fingernails.
  • Genital (venereal) warts are those appearing on the genitalia.

What causes warts?

Warts are caused by a family of viruses called human papillomavirus (HPV). Once infected with the virus, it may take up to a year or more for the wart to become visible. They then grow very slowly over a period of months to years.

Genital warts are caused by a different family type of HPV. These are sexually transmitted and can sometimes cause cervical and vulval cancer. Ordinary skin warts do not cause cancer.

Options for removing warts

Remember that a treatment plan needs to be discussed with the doctor or health care specialist.

Whatever the choice, remember that weekly treatments are usually needed, and it may be sometime before warts clear.

  • Podophyllotoxin solution is a patient-applied treatment for external genital warts, recommended for men only as it is too difficult for women to self-apply.
  • Cryotherapy (freezing off the wart with liquid nitrogen) by a trained health practitioner.
  • Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is a chemical applied to the surface of the wart by a trained health practitioner. It is unavailable in some DHBs.
  • Laser therapy (using an intense light to destroy warts) or surgery (cutting off warts) has the advantage of getting rid of warts in a single visit. Laser treatment can be expensive and the health care provider must be well trained in these methods. 

If you think you might have a wart, you should show it to your doctor at your next visit to make sure it is a wart and to discuss treatment.  Consult with the skin specialist as soon as possible if your wart causes pain, bleeds easily, spreads easily to other areas of the body or comes back, contact with KEMPS skin clinic, Vaishali if you want the wart removed for cosmetic reasons. You also should see your doctor if you develop genital warts so they can be treated.

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Why Heavy makeup is not good for face skin

Makeup is a woman's best friend. It exists to brighten your day, boost your ego, and make you feel confident on days when you would otherwise choose to hide inside far from sight. Makeup has the ability to make your skin look better. It can hide blemishes, acne and visually lift your skin without undergoing any surgery.

Makeup is a powerful thing. Makeup is an everyday item for many people and non-negotiable for some. Is it bad for our skin? As always, the answer is not clear-cut and depends on the individual, their skin type, and the products they use. 

What does makeup do to our skin?

While in most cases makeup is harmless, certain products may cause problems for some individuals. It’s very important to use makeup and cosmetics that are suitable for your skin type or skin condition.

Skin types are classified into four types:
  • Oily Skin- Excess oil production, large pores, blackheads and acne prone
  • Sensitive Skin- Tight, stinging, intolerant to many products and prone to redness
  • Dry Skin - Dull, rough or flaky and prone to itchiness
  • Normal/Combination Skin- may be oily in the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) but problem-free elsewhere

You’re Makeup Routine:

While makeup doesn’t necessarily cause acne, it can definitely play a role in your skin’s health and appearance. Many who struggle with acne use makeup to cover up dark marks, pimples, and scars, but could this practice be worsening your acne condition? Not necessarily, but use caution to ensure your cosmetic routine doesn’t affect your skin’s health

You don’t use the right cleansing products

If you have dry skin, make sure that all of your cleaning products are formulated for your skin type. Choose a cleanser with ceramides, natural lipids that help skin restore and maintain its natural protective barrier.

Remove Your Makeup

If you are wearing makeup regularly, the most important task is removing it before bed or before intensive bouts of sweating, especially before heading to the gym.

Dr. Manju Keshari, Dermatologist at KEMPS Skin Clinic says that first step of cleansing can help remove even the heaviest layers of makeup, leaving your skin clean and clear and ready for the second step of treatment. It helps your skin to breathe well.

Thursday, 7 February 2019

Skin allergies in winter and its treatment

Many winter allergens or irritants can result in allergic rhinitis or hay fever as it is more commonly known. Allergic rhinitis occurs when the body's immune system overreacts to a certain substance.

Sometimes the immune system incorrectly identifies substances or even parts of the body as a threat, causing an allergic skin reaction to occur. Here is a breakdown of a number of skin allergies:

Eczema: Eczema occurs when the skin doesn't retain enough moisture and becomes dry, itchy and inflamed. The skin is also scaly and cracked. Eczema is commonly found in the creases of the arms and legs. This chronic skin allergy goes through periods of flare-ups and remissions. Many people are born with a skin condition as a result of genetics or develop it during early childhood. This may be due to exposure to harmful chemicals or allergens. While most children outgrow their eczema, some retain it throughout adulthood.

Dermatographia: Dermatographia or "skin writing", Occurs when the mast cells in the skin produce too much histamine. The histamine is released with any form of stimulation or pressure applied to the skin. What results is inflammation and itchiness of the skin? The reaction can be identified as white or red inflamed lines on the skin.

Hives: Similar to dermatographia, hives or urticaria is a skin allergy that produces raised wheels in the skin. These wheels may vary in size; they are accompanied by itchiness and commonly occur on the arms and legs. The body produces these hives when the mast cells of the skin produce too much histamine. However, when large amounts of chemicals are released by these cells to combat the allergen, fluid leaks into the bloodstream, which may cause anaphylaxis.

These are the common skin allergies occur in the winter season. You may consult your dermatologist which can help you in this matter. Dermatologist or skin specialist will examine your skin condition and advice your best treatment for it. KEMPS Skin Clinic Vaishali, Ghaziabad provides best skin care treatment for skin allergy. Dr.  Manju keshari is known dermatologist there, she is Hair care and skin specialist.

Thursday, 31 January 2019

What is Vitiligo and how it’s treated?

Vitiligo is a condition that causes the skin to lose its color.  It affects between 0.2 percent and 1 percent of people around the world. It can occur in people of any race. It’s most noticeable, though, among people with dark skin, because the contrast between the normal skin tone and the white patches that have been affected by vitiligo is more pronounced. People with vitiligo experience color loss in various areas of exposed skin. Some may experience the discoloration in the mouth, in the hair on the scalp, or in their eyelashes or eyebrows.

Causes of Vitiligo: The cause of Vitiligo is not known. Vitiligo might be an immune system sickness. These diseases happen immune system mistakenly attacks some part of your own body. In vitiligo, the resistant system may destroy the melanocytes in the skin. Vitiligo is photosensitive; patients should avoid exposing the skin to direct sunlight for a prolonged period. It is likewise conceivable that at least one gene may make a person more prone to get the disorder.  

Symptoms of Vitiligo: White spots on the skin are the principal indication of vitiligo. These spots are more normal in areas where the skin is exposed to the sun. Initially, the vitiligo starts as a simple spot, a little paler than the rest of the skin. But gradually, as time passes, this spot will become much paler until it becomes white.
The spots might be on the hands, feet, arms, face, and lips. Other common areas for white patches are: 
  • The armpits and groin (where the leg meets the body) 
  • Around the mouth
  • Eyes
  • Nostrils
  • Navel
  • Genitals
  • Rectal areas.

Vitiligo Treatment: Many treatments are available to help restore skin color or even out skin tone. Results vary and are unpredictable. Some treatments have serious side effects. So your doctor may suggest that you first try improving the appearance of your skin by applying self-tanning products or makeup.
  • By Creams that control inflammation
  • Medications that affect the immune system
  • Removing the remaining color (depigmentation)
  • Skin grafting

KEMPS Skin Clinic offer Vitiligo treatment as its staff is proficient in skin related issue and treatment. KEMPS Skin Clinic is a leading skin Care clinic in DELHI/NCR located in Vaishali. It is easily reachable by Road and metro services. KEMPS Clinic equipped with the latest equipment and treatment services related to skin problem.

Friday, 28 December 2018

What is fruit peel and how it is beneficial for skin?

Fruit peel is a natural resource for the nourishment of the skin. We daily eat fruit and know that it is full of nutrition. Eating fruits is one of the tastiest parts of healthy living. But when you’re left with a pile of peels, it’s tempting to head toward the compost. Not so fast, though! Those leftover peels have mind-blowing uses for your skin. These fruit peel uses will also be a game changer for your health. You’ll be dealing with less chemicals, preservatives, and mysterious ingredients. Finally, you can wave goodbye to expensive products.

Fruit peel is a source of proteins and vitamins that benefit your skin in several ways. It helps to give you a radiant as well as glowing complexion easily. With fruit peels being so beneficial, you could also use the same in preparing different fruit peel masks for the skin.

Due to a lot of nutrients available in the fruit peels, these can help to give long-lasting positive benefits on the skin. From banana to peer and pomegranate, all these fruit peels are extremely beneficial for your skin.

Type of fruit peels: 

1-Banana Peel: Banana peel can help to benefit your skin in several ways. Due to a large number of vitamins and proteins present in the banana peel, it can do wonders for your complexion and also treat several skin problems. You can try rubbing a banana peel on your skin twice a day to notice radiant and glowing skin. Also, the banana peel can be dried under the sun, ground into a powder, mixed with yogurt and then used as a face mask. Try this mask weekly twice to notice effective results.

2- Pear Peel: Peer peel can help to give you clear and glowing skin. It has rich fiber content so it can help to promote collagen production on the skin. It also helps to prevent an appearance of acne and blemishes on the face. The best way to use the peel of pear is to boil it in water and use this water on your skin once the water has cooled down. Pear water can be used as a toner, as it helps to treat hyperpigmented skin.

3- Orange and Lemon Peels: Using orange and lemon peels remove acne. Their extracts have the same abilities as antibiotics so these can fight pimple-causing bacteria called Propionibacterium acnes. You’ll be less prone to breakouts, without having to use harsh acne medication.

4-Papaya Peel: Papaya peel can help to boost the production of collagen, thus giving you healthy and glowing skin. Take some papaya peel and scrub your face with this. You can also use papaya peel mask to rejuvenate your dull and dry skin. Take papaya peel and grind it to make a paste.

For fruit peel its essential to know your skin type and which peel suites you most, for that you may consult your dermatologist says by Dr. Manju Keshri, Skin specialist and dermatologist at KEMPS skin Clinic, Vaishali .

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Food that helps to glow skin in Winter Season

Broccoli:  Broccoli is a vegetable which is a natural source of glucoraphanin, which is known for its skin regenerative properties. It also boasts collagen-building vitamin C as well as vitamin E, which protects against cellular damage, and vitamin B, which gives skin that enviable glow. Broccoli also happens to be a potent food that fights cancer. 

Spinach:   Spinach is considered a superfood for good reason. In addition to its nutritional value, spinach has health-promoting and disease-preventing properties. It’s not only rich in antioxidants and iron, but it’s also a good source of folate—a B vitamin that promotes cellular repair and can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Salmon:  Salmon is another all-around superfood with proven skin benefits. Salmon provides omega-3 fatty acids that keep your complexion supple and moisturized. It’s also a good source of selenium, which helps protect the skin against oxidative damage, improves elasticity, and reduces inflammation, which is especially beneficial for those struggling with acne. If you have complexion trouble, try these home remedies for acne.

Almonds: Almonds are rich in Vitamin-E and anti-oxidants. You must soak 5 almonds every night and eat them the next day after peeling off their skin to extract maximum benefits. Also, you can give yourself a nice face massage with almond oil every night and spread the glow!

Grapefruit: Grapefruit is a great source of vitamin C, one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants. When it comes to your skin, vitamin C helps brighten and even out your skin tone.

Carrots: Carrots are rich in beta-carotene and lycopene that protect skin from UV damage. Although the sun is not too bright in winters, UV rays are still present all around us. Carrots are also packed with Vitamin A, potassium and anti-oxidants that keep dry skin and uneven skin tone issues at bay. Aim to drink a glass of Carrot + Beetroot + Orange + Amla + Lemon Juice every day to up your fight against the dull skin.

Dark Chocolate:  Just the name brings a wide smile on your face! Dark chocolate is rich in flavonols that fight UV damage, free radicals and aid blood circulation while impacting your brain chemistry to good. Don’t hesitate to grab a cup of hot chocolate however made with dark chocolate. 

Also, winter season requires a lot of skin care. So when you required any expert advice related to skin care you may contact Dr. Manju keshri, (Senior Dermatologist), KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali.

Friday, 26 October 2018

What is Skin pigmentation and how it can be treated

Abnormal discoloring of the skin is called Pigmentation. Your skin color is totally based upon the skin cells and melanin is the substance that is produced by these skin cells. Damaged and unhealthy cells affect the production of melanin and cause pigmentation & patchy skin.

Skin pigmentation issues can be medically treated through a number of different procedures that may either fade or erase dark or light areas. People of any skin type or tone can suffer from a number of skin pigmentation issues that cause discoloration, dark spots on face, irregular pigmentation, and extreme freckling. While some of these issues are genetic, others can be caused by environmental factors or when the body produces too much melanin, which is the pigment that gives skin its color.

How is skin pigmentation disorders treated?  

Some cases of skin discoloration are curable, while others can be alleviated with consistent treatment. The most common treatments that our dermatologists will recommend are topical creams, pills, and in some cases, laser therapy but it may take some time for the results to show.

The different types of pigmentation problems
  • Lentigo, is also called age spots if it is mainly due to the intrinsic aging of the skin, or solar lentigo if it is caused by regular and considerable sun exposure.
  • Melasma, generally due to hormone imbalances. This can occur when taking certain medicines or can be caused by sun exposure during pregnancy when no protection is worn. This is called pregnancy mask.
  • Ephelides also called Liver spots, 
  • Post-inflammatory pigmentation, following an acne spot for example. The mark is then due to an excess of melanin produced by the inflammation.

What are the causes of skin pigmentation?

There are many factors contributing to pigmentation. Here’s the list of few prominent factors:
  • Due to excessive exposure to the sun
  • Allergic reaction
  • Hormonal changes
  • Facial hair removal in an appropriate way
  • Excessive exposure to the sun.
  • Skin damage from the injury.
  • Improper hair removal.
  • Genetic predisposition.

How to Treat Pigmentation Disorders?

The most common treatments that our dermatologists will recommend are topical creams, pills, and in some cases, laser therapy, Just as how micro-needling can promote that youthful glow to your skin, pigmentation treatments help maintain beautiful skin by removing your dark spots.

Dr. Manju Keshari at KEMPS Skin Clinic at Vaishali, Ghaziabad is a Skin Specialist Doctor will help evaluate the extent of pigmentation disorder through skin treatment in Ghaziabad by visual examination first, and based on the result, Pigmentation treatment is advised. This treatment is quite common now and safe and inexpensive too. 

Friday, 14 September 2018

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Some of the most typical skin issues that laser skin treatment remedies are scars and blemishes from sun damage, acne, chicken pox, and age. The skin rejuvenation procedures can even your skin tone if you suffer from birthmarks, rosacea, liver spots or a yellow or gray complexion. Much of time laser skin resurfacing is done to contour facial fine lines and wrinkles. Laser skin resurfacing is a popular cosmetic procedure that can help rejuvenate the skin and reduce the effects of the sunburn, aging, and some facial skin disorders. These treatments are effective, & convenient and less costly.

How skin resurfacing works  

Dermatologist uses a laser to send pulsating beams of light at skin irregularities. The damaged layer of skin is removed; the skin below, the dermis, is heated, stimulating new growth of collagen fibers. Once healed, the skin will appear firmer and smoother.  

The two most popular skin rejuvenation treatments are CO2 laser resurfacing and Erbium laser resurfacing. CO2 or carbon dioxide uses ultra pulse continuous light to remove damaged skin. This method is best for deeper scarring or blemishes. Recovery time for CO2 procedures is up to two weeks. Erbium laser treatment is commonly used for surface and shallow lines and wrinkles. The Erbium technique’s benefit is a minimal healing time, about one week; however, the results may be limited for more severe cases of facial imperfections.

A partial laser skin resurfacing procedure typically takes 30 to 45 minutes and a full treatment can take up to two hours. Both of these lasers help to minimize the potential for laser skin resurfacing complications by limiting the amount of heat damage to the skin and offering the cosmetic surgeon an extremely high level of precision. Your physician will help you prepare for a beneficial laser skin resurfacing recovery.

Benefits:
  • A laser peel can be performed to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, age spots, birthmarks, and blotchy patches on the skin.
  • It can also improve the skin's overall texture which can become rough and coarse as a result of accumulated sun damage. 
  • Deep laser skin rejuvenation can stimulate the production of new collagen in the lower dermis.
  • A laser skin resurfacing procedure can also be employed for removing skin growths such as moles and warts, and even as a treatment for skin cancer in its earliest stages

Side Effects:

Some side effects may arise after laser Skin Resurfacing among certain patients. However, these are usually relatively minor and should fade away in a short time. Common side effects include redness of the skin, swelling of the treated area, and moderate irritation similar to the feeling produced by a mild sunburn. In rare cases involving laser skin resurfacing, side effects such as burning, scarring, or a change in the pigmentation of the skin have occurred. During a consultation with a trained dermatologist, patients will review potential risks and discuss the likelihood of complications developing for them.

Before going to laser Skin Resurfacing Dr. Manju Keshari (Senior Dermatologist KEMPS Skin Clinic, Vaishali advised that you must consult your Dermatologist and check about skin allergy and other effects of it.

Friday, 24 August 2018

Dry Skin care in rainy season

Dry skin is an uncomfortable condition marked by scaling, itching, and cracking. It can occur for a variety of reasons. You might have naturally dry skin. But even if your skin tends to be oily, you can develop dry skin from time to time. Dry skin can affect any part of your body.

Undoubtedly dryness is a result of lack of vitamins that help in repairing dry and damaged skin. It also means that the skin isn’t properly hydrated as a result of which it looks and feels dry. And to top it all the condition becomes worse during the monsoon. Now how do you combat this condition of your skin? Well its very easy, just follow these simple tips:  

  • Drink as much water as you can. Do not stop drinking water even if it leads to frequent urination. Water consumption hydrates your body and flushes out all the unwanted toxins.
  • Use cleansers that are clean based.
  • Moisturize your skin frequently. This will help in increasing the keep the outer layer of your skin properly hydrated, thereby leaving it with a soft, supple and moist look.
  • You may also use rose water and glycerin to keep your skin healthy
  • Keep away from alcohol-based toners.

These are some tips to take care of skin By Skin expert, Dr. Manju keshari (Dermatologist), KEMPS Skin Clinic Vaishali, Ghaziabad

Cleansing: It is important to indulge in a cleansing of your skin by using a mild face wash to remove the dirt from the surface of your skin. It is better that you use a mild face wash or resort to homemade face packs, soapy content can prove to be futile during monsoon especially for sensitive skin.

Toning: Humidity and rains can lead to clogging of the skin pores. Skin pores need to be hydrated and breathe freely to avoid any free radicals enter the space and penetrate deep inside the epidermis. Ensure using a good quality toner and applying it generously all over your face and neck at least twice a week.

Drink lots of water: This is perhaps an eternal secret to a glowing hydrated and fuller supple skin all throughout the year. You must be drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day to keep the skin problems away. Water adds an element of hydration and boosts your skin’s essential oils, toxins away and leaves your skin feeling fresh and amazing as ever.

Avoid makeup: Avoid applying Makeup during the rainy season. Use lip gloss and wear light minimal powder to avoid any infection. Rains are the best time for bacteria and microbes to get in full action and lead to several serious skin problems. if very necessary use light makeup on your skin.

Above are some tips which make your Dry skin better and healthy in a rainy season, apart from this if you feel any issue related to skin contact your nearest dermatologist and take their guidance about skin care.