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Acne And Acne Scar Treatment

Acne, also known as acne vulgarise, is a result of oily secretions under the skin that block the tiny opening of hair follicles.When these become blocked, it can present as Blackheads, Whiteheads, Papules, Nodules, Cysts or Pustules.

Fungal Infection

Ringworm is a fungal skin infection that causes a red, circular, itchy rash. Ringworm is officially known as tinea or dermatophytosis. Ringworm is referred to by other names depending on the part of the body that is affected.

Vitiligo

It is thought to be mediated by an auto immune process - which means the pigment producing cells ‘melanocytes’ are under attack from the body’s own immune system.In India there are many myths and psycho -social stigma attached to vitiligo.

Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common, chronic skin condition in which the skin goes red, scaly and itchy. Psoriasis can affect the skin, nails and joints.In recent studies, it has been found that the reason for psoriasis can be a metabolic syndrome that involves the increased cardiovascular diseases and heart stroke, hypertension.

Eczema

The real causes of Eczema are still unknown but there are some environmental factors which aggravate the condition. Genetic factors also play a role in some types. Changes in lifestyle and habits along with medical management is required to relieve the patient.

Urticaria

Urticaria is an immunologically driven skin condition which presents as itchy, red raised hives on the skin. It may be associated with swelling of the eyelids or the lips.

Keloid

Keloid scars are thick raised pink scars. Keloids are commonly seen on earlobes, chest, shoulders and back. The scar is generally harmless but sometimes, it can make your skin feel pain and itching.

Hair Diseases

The cause in over 90% of hair loss cases is defined as hair loss at the front, top and / or the crown / vertex of the scalp – known as the non-permanent area.The back and sides of the scalp, where hair usually grows for life, is known as the ‘permanent’ area.

Nail Diseases

Nail abnormalities can be a revealing sign of a systemic disease and internal wellbeing. As nail findings are easily observable and yield valuable information, careful examination of nails could be an important diagnostic tool for a dermatologist.