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How to treat white bump on eye corner at home?

Most often we tend to try some treatment at home before consulting a physician. White bumps around the eyes, are associated with small infections called as a stye. They are usually caused due to a bacterial infection that affects the hair follicle of the eyelash. The easy way to treat this is to do ‘hot […]

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Causes & Management of progressive 2-3 mm white spots on legs

Small white patches of depigmentation, which is usually about 1 to 2 mm in size, commonly seen on the legs, can also be seen on the arms and as well as on the stomach area. These are called as idiopathic acute hypomelanosis which is normal hypopigmentation or normal depigmentation which you do not have to […]

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Which sulphate free gentle cleansers are good for any skin type?

Nowadays as the awareness about skin care is increasing, the products available in the market are subjected to close examination by educated consumers. When a doctor suggests patients use a pH balanced, sulphate free or paraben free cleanser they often come back asking for safe & reliable products. While buying a good cleanser it is […]

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Can one use lemon juice for pigmentation every night?

Everyone dreams to have clear and glowing skin without pigmentation and blemishes. Often a lot of people like to use home remedies for such issues however they will be skeptical whether these home remedies are safe. When it comes to treating pigmentation and tan, most of the people prefer home remedies like lemon juice. Apparently, the citric acid contained […]

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What does a dry white itchy patch with redness indicate?

Often a lot of patients ask questions related to red, dry or itchy patches on the skin. Doctors make a diagnosis based on a combination of symptoms, like the appearance, severity and the area of occurrence. When there is a red, itchy, dry and scaly patch it would mean there is some kind of inflammation. […]

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Treatment of severe, longstanding Cystic Acne

Acne can leave scars which are permanent sequelae on your face. So, especially when it is nodulocystic acne it is imperative to treat it early so that you can prevent scars. Acne is classified into four categories – mild, moderate, severe and nodulocystic. The most severe case of acne affects the face as well as […]

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