Dermatologyy

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Dr. Manas S N
12 years of experience

Dermatosurgeon

Answered on 24th January 2023

In order to provide your mother with relief from her bullous pemphigoid, it is important to work with her doctor at Medanta to adjust her treatment plan. Some potential options to consider include topical treatments such as steroids and immunosuppressants, oral medications, and light therapy. Additionally, lifestyle modifications such as avoiding triggers, getting sufficient rest, and eating a healthy diet may also help to relieve her symptoms such as blisters.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 30th January 2023

I would suggest using a gentle, non-drying cleanser that is suitable for sensitive skin. A creamy cleanser with a low pH would be best for your dry skin, while a foaming cleanser would be best for your oily nose. Be sure to use a moisturizer afterwards to keep your skin hydrated.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 30th January 2023

The best way to treat dark spots and pimples on your face is to start a comprehensive skincare routine. Wash your face twice daily with a gentle cleanser and use a moisturizer that is appropriate for your skin type. Exfoliate once or twice a week to help remove dead skin cells and keep your skin looking healthy. Use sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 30 to protect your skin from the sun's damaging rays. Avoid picking or squeezing pimples, as this can cause further inflammation and scarring. Also for a detailed skin analysis and possible treatment of your dark spots, you must visit dermatologist.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 30th January 2023

The best way to treat tinea versicolor is to start with a topical antifungal cream. This can be applied directly to the affected area twice a day for two weeks. If this does not work, you may need to take an oral antifungal. It is also important to keep the affected area clean and dry, and to avoid tight fitting clothing that can make the area hot and sweaty. If the condition persists, you should see your doctor for further evaluation.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 30th January 2023

Dermaplaning can be a great way to exfoliate your skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scarring. The procedure is generally safe and has no lasting side effects. However, it is important to consult with a dermatologist before undergoing the procedure, as there are certain skin conditions that may not be suitable for dermaplaning. The cost of dermaplaning can vary depending on the area being treated and the specific clinic or dermatologist.

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Dr. Deepesh Goyal
16 years of experience

Aesthetic Medicine

Answered on 27th January 2023

Laser scar removal is unlikely to be effective for deep scars on the face. The best option in such a case is to consult a plastic surgeon for possible scar revision surgery.

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Mitali Pawar

Member of team ClinicSpots.

Answered on 27th January 2023

If the prescription medications haven't been working, it would be best to discuss with your dermatologist about other treatment options. They may be able to suggest an oral antifungal medication, or a combination of medications. They may also recommend lifestyle modifications such as avoiding tight-fitting clothing and keeping the affected areas dry. You must practice good hygiene and keep the area as clean as possible.

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Dr. Manas S N
12 years of experience

Dermatosurgeon

Answered on 27th January 2023

Skin melanin treatment surgery for skin lightening and whitening is not a good idea in the long run as it can be damaging to your skin. It can cause dehydration and thinning of the skin, which can lead to premature aging. It is best to look into natural alternatives such as chemical peels, dermabrasion, and laser skin resurfacing. These treatments can help lighten and even out skin tone without causing long-term damage. Also, make sure to use a good moisturizer and sunscreen to protect your skin and keep it healthy.

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Dr. Manas S N
12 years of experience

Dermatosurgeon

Answered on 27th January 2023

It is difficult to diagnose a skin condition without seeing it. I recommend that you see your doctor or a dermatologist for an accurate diagnosis. Depending on the exact cause of the itching, your doctor may recommend an antifungal cream, an anti-inflammatory cream, or an antibiotic cream.

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Dr. Manas S N
12 years of experience

Dermatosurgeon

Answered on 24th January 2023

It is difficult to diagnose your mother's condition without a physical examination and any additional medical history. It is best to consult her with a doctor and get her checked. The doctor will be able to determine the cause of the burning sensation and provide the best treatment options.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 24th January 2023

Hello Muskan, First of all, I would suggest that you avoid using any chemical creams or other treatments as they can further damage your skin. I would recommend that you start using a gentle cleanser and moisturizer to help hydrate your skin. You can also try using natural ingredients like honey, turmeric, and yogurt to help lighten your skin. Additionally, you should make sure to wear sunscreen whenever you go out in the sun to protect your skin from further damage. Furthermore, you should make sure to lead a healthy lifestyle and get enough sleep to help keep your skin healthy. I hope this helps.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 24th January 2023

There are several treatments available for whiteheads and large pores. For the whiteheads, you can use a retinoid cream or gel, which can help unclog pores and reduce the appearance of whiteheads. For large pores, you can use a clay mask or exfoliating scrub to help deep clean and shrink the size of the pores. You can also use a toner to help remove excess oil and debris, which can help reduce the appearance of large pores. Additionally, you can use a facial moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated, which can help reduce the appearance of large pores. Finally, you can use sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher to help protect your skin from sun damage, which can help reduce the appearance of large pores.

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Dr. Anju Methil
22 years of experience

Cosmetologist

Answered on 24th January 2023

The best approach to treating acne scars and open pores is to use a combination of treatments. This may include topical skincare products like retinoids, alpha hydroxy acids, and vitamin C serums; chemical peels; laser treatments; and microneedling. It is best to consult with a dermatologist to determine which treatment is best for you. They can also provide advice on how to take care of your skin to prevent future breakouts.

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Dr. Ashish Khare
17 years of experience

Hair Transplant Surgeon

Answered on 24th January 2023

Hair loss can be caused by a variety of factors, including genetics, hormonal changes, and certain medications. To treat hair loss, you may want to try using a topical medication, such as minoxidil, taking supplements, and using a scalp massage brush to stimulate hair growth.

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Dr. Manas S N
12 years of experience

Dermatosurgeon

Answered on 24th January 2023

I would recommend that you stop using the Persol Forte cream immediately and speak to a doctor or dermatologist about your symptoms. They can help you determine the best course of action to reduce the dark patches, which could include a combination of topical treatments, oral medications, and lifestyle changes. Depending on the cause of the dark patches, they may also suggest further tests to rule out any underlying medical conditions.

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