Is there permanent treatment of Acne and Hair Loss?

Each case is unique and the root cause of the acne and hair fall needs to be found after which the best effective treatment can be suggested. Some skin conditions can affect a person for many years but it can be resolved with proper treatments. The duration of treatment varies from person to person & root cause.

I take medication for health reasons, can I still have treatment?

We carry out a detailed consultation asking you about your lifestyle and health. Some medications may sensitise your skin & hair. We ask you to fully disclose any information that may have an impact on your treatments.

Do you treat ingrown hair?

Yes, we can treat ingrown hairs anywhere on the body and face with our advanced laser hair reduction treatment.

Does dandruff worsen acne?

Dandruff clogs the pores - and acne is caused by clogged pores resulting from a build-up of oils and dead skin cells - it can lead to the development of breakouts on your skin.

Dandruff has been associated with presence of yeast or fungi, it is also associated with abnormal skin ultrastructure. Dandruff makes the skin on your scalp flaky. These dry flakes of skin are often responsible for clogging the pores on your face, mostly affecting your forehead. In this way, dandruff triggers appearance of acne and can worsen the condition of your skin if you already have pimples. Though acne is more common among teenagers, acne due to dandruff is mostly experienced by people above the age of 20.

Can I have the treatment at home? 

No, one can follow the post care regimen at home but treatments should only be carried out by certified professionals in a clean, safe and appropriate clinical environment to avoid infection and permanent physical damage. Treatments should not be carried out in a home setting, nail bar, tattoo parlour.

Do you offer a free Aesthetic Consultation? 

We don’t believe clients shouldn’t feel pressured into treatments. Therefore by offering a free aesthetic consultation our clients don’t feel obliged to take a treatment to reclaim the money they’ve already invested when making an initial visit. Within the consultation we offer a comprehensive skin assessment, honest feedback and sound advice about general skincare and hygiene. 

How do you take consent? 

Great medical care is centred around the patient. We believe consent is a two way process to help clients make the right decision for them based on the best available evidence and our medical expertise. Consent is obtained before every treatment by the clinician who is actually going to perform the procedure to ensure complete transparency. 

How does my diet affect our skin?

A healthy diet may provide you with clearer skin, but it may even prevent skin cancers like melanoma or carcinoma.

It can affect moisture levels:

Drinking water is one of the healthiest habits you can have for your skin and your entire body. When you drink plenty of water throughout the day, you are providing your inner organs and your skin—the largest organ of your body—with moisture that has been lost through sweat and other natural processes.

It can affect your wrinkles:

When you eat certain foods with healthy oils and omega-3 fatty acids, you can greatly impact the health of your skin. These oils and fats can be found in fish, nuts, olive oil, and many more foods. By consuming these oily foods on a regular basis, along with healthy proteins, you can help the collagen production in your skin. By increasing your skin’s collagen production, your skin will be smoother and suppler, which will help prevent premature wrinkles and skin sagging.

How does stress affect our skin?

Skin mast cells are activated by stress and in turn they also produce stress hormones and inflammatory factors. This could lead to a vicious cycle of stress-induced inflammatory events. Indeed mast cells have been implicated in numerous skin diseases including acne, atopic dermatitis, psoriasis and pruritus

Stress triggers the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, a trio of glands that play key roles in the body’s response to stress. This can cause production of local pro-inflammatory factors, such as cortisol and key hormones in the fight-or-flight stress response called catecholamines, which can direct immune cells from the bloodstream into the skin or stimulate pro-inflammatory skin cells. Mast cells are a key type of pro-inflammatory skin cell in the brain-skin axis; they respond to the hormone cortisol through receptor signaling, and directly contribute to a number of skin conditions, including itch.

Psychological stress can also disrupt the epidermal barrier — the top of layer of the skin that locks in moisture and protects us from harmful microbes — and prolong its repair. An intact epidermal barrier is essential for healthy skin; when disrupted, it can lead to irritated skin, as well as chronic skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis, or wounds. Psychosocial stress has been directly linked to exacerbation of these conditions. Acne flares have also been linked to stress, although the understanding of this relationship is still evolving skin to be more reactive and sensitive, triggering hives.

What should be the ideal skincare regimen?

Establishing a proper skin care routine order is important.With so many different types of skin care products, it can be difficult to understand what each of them does and how/when to apply them to your skin for best results. It’s also important to note that there’s a difference between a morning skin care routine order and a night time skin care routine order. In order for you to get the best results out of your skin care products, here is a 7 steps correct skincare routine recommended by Dr. Tushar Vishnoi.

  • Cleanser
  • Toner
  • Serum
  • Eye Cream
  • Moisturiser
  • Face Oil
  • Sunscreen

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