SKIN CARE ROUTINE DO’s AND DON’T’s

SKIN CARE FOR ALL

DOS AND DON’TS OF SKIN CARE DEPENDING ON THE AGE-

In 20s
  1. Start an antiaging regime and start using eye cream
  2. Stick to the basic skin care regime
  3. Do not use same products that were used in teens
  4. Eat a healthy diet.
In 30s
  1. Add good serum and peptides to daily routine
  2. Try to use products with multiple ingredients
  3. Follow dry brushing before shower daily as it is a best way to exfoliate the body while stimulating collagen production and maintaining elasticity.
  4. Give up habits like sleeping with makeup on, poor nutrition, and lack f exercise.”
In 40s
  1. Choose products with potent ingredients like retinol or Genistein, a soy extract that blocks and diminishes collagen-destroying enzymes.
  2. Take antioxidants like green tea extract, vitamins C and E and lycopene as they also help protect collagen.
  3. Don’t use bar soaps and drying cleansers, instead use non foaming cleanser.
  4. Use targeted products (against pigmentation, dark spots) Exfoliate regularly.
Above 50 years
  1. Use moisturizers containing hyaluronic acid, which makes skin look plumper and firmer.
  2. Do not neglect neck, hands and chest, follow skin care regime for these areas also.
  3. Use sunscreen regularly
  4. Include vitamin C, retinol, multi-acids, and antioxidants into daily regime.
  5. Soothe inflammation of the skin as it prone to redness and irritation.  Green tea extract can be used for the same.
  6. Take care of lips also.  Use anti aging ingredients like vitamin C, retinol, and exfoliating acids to smooth fine lines around the lips.
References-
  1. Fitzpatrick’s dermatology in general medicine, chapter 250. Cosmetics and skin care in dermatology.  Leslie baumann
  2. Contemporary guide to aesthetic enhancement.  Marian Cantisana Zilkha. 1st edition

CARE FOR YOUR DRY SKIN

DRY SKIN

Dry skin, which refers to roughened, flaky, or scaly skin that is less flexible than normal and dry to feel, is a relatively common problem in all age groups, but is more common in elderly individuals.  The water content of the stratum corneum is of paramount importance in maintaining the normal appearance and texture of human skin.  Loss of integrity of the barrier function is a central factor in the development of dry skin conditions.

Treatment

 Practical points

  1. Patient should avoid soap and use an alternative cleansing agent such as syndate bar or cream for washing, bathing and showering.
  2. Even when the skin condition is under control, a daily non comodogenic-emollient routine should be followed.
  3. The patient should be advised to avoid exposure to precipitating factors that aggravate dryness of the skin.
  4. Patient should reduce frequency of bathing, have brief baths or showers and use luke warm water instead of very hot water and apply an emollient liberally after bathing when the skin is still wet.
  5.  For very dry skin daily deep moisturizing a moisturizing night cream should be used.
  6.  There are different moisturisers for face & body.
  7. Patient should drink plenty of water.
  8. Patient should include omega-3 rich foods like flax, walnuts, safflower oil and cold water fish to supplement body with the essential fatty acids required for fortifying skin’s oil retaining barriers.
  9. Patient should use sunscreen regularly.
  10.  Patient should avoid wearing wool and synthetic fabric as they irritate dry skin.

HAIR TRANSPLANT- FUE-NO VISIBLE SCAR-MINIMALLY INVASIVE-FAST RECOVERY

WHAT IS FUE?

Follicular unit extraction (FUE), also known as follicular transfer (FT), is one of two primary methods of obtaining hair follicles,   for hair transplantation.   The other method is called strip harvesting.

In an FUE method, each follicular unit is individually taken directly from the scalp with no strip of tissue being removed. Hair follicles are removed in a random fashion and the result is less density in the donor area that many say is not even noticeable. This is the main difference between FUE & FUT.

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