Acne Pimples

Acne pimples is the most common, difficult and unsightly problem of teenagers and adulthood, which usually subsides with time 

Acne scars
Acne Scars

Acne will resolve after a certain period of time but leaves behind scars. Hence acne should be treated in an early stage. If not, 

Skin pigmentation
Skin Pigmentation

Skin pigmentation disorders can be due to changes in melanin. Melanin is a skin pigment produced by melanocytes situated 


Vitiligo is an autoimmune, acquired skin pigmentation disorder, characterized by milky-white or discolored patches, 

Tattoo removal
Tattoo Removal

Nowadays, people do tattooing as a fashion statement, sentimental reasons, religious, and emotional decision,


Psoriasis is a chronic (long-lasting) skin disease characterized by patches of abnormal skin that causes skin cells to grow too quickly


Eczema is a common skin condition that causes the skin to become inflamed, itchy, red, cracked, or rough, and sometimes 

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Melasma is the most common skin problem. Melasma is a chronic skin condition with symmetrical, blotchy, brownish to blackish

skin tan removal
Skin Tan Removal

Everyone’ wishes is to look fair and have a beautiful healthy skin. Currently with the help of dermatologist

Treatment videos


Tinea is a fungal infection that causes a red and itchy circular rash in the moist areas of the human body, About 40 types

Treatment videos

Skin tags
Wart Removal

Warts are small skin growth caused by an infection in the outer layer of the skin with a virus called “Human Papilloma Virus” A wart is a growth 

nail surgey
Nail Surgery

Nail surgery is a routine minor procedure, usually done under local anesthetic, to relieve discomfort from ingrown and painful toenails.

cryo surgery
Cryo Surgery

Cryotherapy is a procedure that uses extreme cold (liquid nitrogen) to destroy tissue. It’s often used to treat skin lesions, which

Radi Electro surgery
Electro Surgery

Electro Surgical Unit is a machine used for fulguration, cutting, and coagulation in various surgical applications, to produce

Targeted Phototherapy
Targeted Phototherapy

In dermatology, phototherapy is one of the most effective therapeutic modalities. Targeted phototherapy, which involves both laser

Moles removal

Moles are the most common pigmented skin growths, the medical term is ‘nevi’, appears as small raised dark brown spot,


Milia are multiple tiny pearly white bumps, usually seen on cheeks, nose, eyes, forehead, neck, and chest areas.A milium (single milia) is

Skin tags
Skin Tags

Skin tags are small growths of soft, hanging skin supported by a thin stalk. They can appear anywhere on the body, commonly found in


They are smooth round black or dark brown, flat or papular lesion, occur prominently on the cheek and around eyes;

Seb Keratosis
Seb Karatosis

Seborrheic keratosis is a harmless, common non-cancerous skin growth. It is very common over the age of 60 yrs in both sex

Treatment videos

Keliod Scar
Keliod & Hypertrophic scar Treatment

Keloid and Hypertrophic scars are fibro-proliferative disorders of the skin that are caused by abnormal healing of the injured 


Xanthelasma is a soft, yellowish cholesterol-rich material deposited under the skin in various parts of the body. These deposited lesions

Cyst Removal
Cyst Removal

People frequently get painless little bumps under the skin, called cysts. Skin cysts, also known as sebaceous cysts, can develop

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Freckles also called “Ephelides”. Freckles appear as clusters of a circular, brownish-colored spot, formed by concentrated 


A lentigo is a common type of A lentigo (plural form is lentigines or lentigos) is skin spot, usually brown pigmented flat or slightly

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Scar Rivision
Scar Revision

Scar revision is a surgery to improve or reduce the appearance of scars. It also restores function, and corrects skin changes (disfigurement) 

Treatment videos

Ear Hole Repair
Ear Hole Repair

Ear lobe repair procedure is an accurate cosmetic surgery performed to correct ear hole, that have been torn or elongated due to trauma 

Treatment videos


Molluscum contagiosum is a common and contagious skin infection caused by a virus, and appears as non-itchy, painless, raised papules or nodules 

Treatment videos


A Syringoma is a completely harmless, non-cancerous, growth caused by overactive sweat glands (eccrine glands). They are skin-colored 

Do’s and don’ts that would help you keep the pimple away.



Do gently wash your face 2-3 times a day with a mild cleanser.
Don’t touch, pick, pop or squeeze, as your finger carry bacteria.
Do use only water-based moisturizers to keep the skin soft, smooth and hydrated
Don’t smoke and drink alcohol.
DO: Stay hydrated, drink adequate water
Don’t eat foods with processed fat.
Do keep your fingers and hands away from your face
Don’t use excessive make-up products
Do eat plenty of fiber rich foods
Don’t scrub your skin too roughly
Do shampoo your hair often.
Don’t forget to wash off your make-up before sleep
Do exercise regularly
Don’t ignore the severe acne, early treatment can prevent aggravation and scarring
Do change your pillowcases and towels frequently
Don’t ignore the dandruff, if present should be treated
Do keep a check on your medicine for other illness, may aggravate
Don’t use oil based sun-screen or skin care products
Dos and Don’ts for getting Acne Scars:



Do consult your nearby dermatologist in initial stages

Don’t touch, pick, pop or squeeze your pimples

Do regularly moisturize your skin
Don’t waste your time in trying home-remedies for scar, as they don’t work
Do strictly follow a healthy life-style and skincare regime to prevent acne
Don’t over-exfoliate
Do use the medical treatment prescribed by doctor for acne
Don’t scrub your skin too roughly.
Do get rejuvenation peels on/off,  if moderate acne recurs
Don’t ignore the severe acne, early treatment can prevent aggravation and scarring
Do stay hydrated
Do not forget to avoid sun exposure
Do not forget to avoid sun exposure
DO’s and Don’ts for hyperpigmented disorders:



Use regularly a broad-spectrum sunscreen (> SPF 30)
Do not get overexpose to sunlight
Take an expert opinion at early stages
Do not go outdoors without sunscreen
Better avoid excessive sun exposure
Do not get sunburns as they may lead to skin cancer
Use physical sun protection like muffler and caps
Use an umbrella, wear full sleeves clothing or broad-brimmed hats on outdoors
Do’s and don’ts that would help you suffering from



Use physical sun-protection like umbrella, wear full sleeves clothing
Do not exposure to direct sunlight
Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen (SPF>30)
Do not do sun-bathing
Use cotton fabrics that absorb moisture
Do not wear synthetic fiber clothes
Use natural oils to maintain moisture
Do not use rubber made items, hair dyes, lipsticks or perfumes
Use regular moisturizers
Do not smoke or drink alcohol
Join support groups
Do not get tattoos
Do yoga or meditation to reduce psychological stress
Do not eat unhealthy food
Do not isolate yourself
DO’s and Don’ts for tattoo removal:



Do consult a dermatologist before opting any tattoo removal procedures
Do not attempt tattoo removal on your own or other home remedies like salt scrubs, acid or lemon application and tattoo removing creams etc
Do opt for safe, modern laser tattoo removal procedure
Do not opt older surgical excision, dermabrasion or cryo surgery
Do opt for pain-free or scar-free laser treatment
Don't opt home remedies or older treatment, as they can they are painful and cause skin irritation or reaction and heal with scarring
Do opt for a gold standard laser for tattoo removal
Do not get a tan after laser treatment…sun protection is a must
Do choose the reputed centre for laser treatment…as pico lasers work faster
Do not apply any product on the laser treated area
Do avoid parlors and beauty salon, as passive lasers can only partially remove the tattoo, and cannot guarantee complete removal
Do not miss your scheduled appointments
Do use the sun-screen regularly after laser treatment
Do not have expectations of how many sessions you will actually need
Do tell us if you have an allergic reaction to your tattoo, especially if you have red tattoo
Do not smoke  (smoking can greatly reduce the effectiveness of laser tattoo removal)
Do tell us if you are pregnant
Do not lie to your doctor about medications, medical conditions, or having gotten a tan, you only put yourself at risk
DO’s and Don’ts to avoid triggering psoriasis:



Keep your skin moist
Do not scratch or scrub the lesions
Use an emollient or moisturizer
Do not smoke or drink alcohol
Use luke-water while bathing
Do not get emotional or physical stress
Pat your skin gently to dry
Do not get skin injured
Short expose to sunlight
Do not get expose to infection
Use broad-spectrum sunscreen
Do not forget to moisturize the skin
Use mild soap
Do not harsh soap
Do reduce the stress
Ignore small flare-ups
Do not expose to intense sun light
DO’s and Don’ts to avoid triggering eczema:



Use mild soap
Do not use harsh soap
Gently wash
Do not over-wash or repeatedly wash
Use regularly moisturizers
Don't use perfume or scented products
Drink adequate water & keep hydrated
Do not take very hot or very long shower baths.
Do reduce stress
Do not over scratch the affected area
Use paraben-free products
Do not expose to smoke or pollen
Use any product after checking the ingredients
Do not eat dairy products or food like eggs, nuts and seeds, soy products or wheat
DO’s and Don’ts to avoid Melasma:



Do use sunscreen daily & seek shade when outside.
Don’t expose to excessive sunlight
Wear wide-brim hat or umbrella and sunglasses
Don’t forget to use your sunscreen.
Wear sunscreen daily with an SPF 50+
Don’t scrub aggressively at your skin.
Do consistently use skin lightening products
Don't spend hundreds of dollars on online skin care products
Use physical sun protection like muffler and caps
Don't spend much time in the saunas or hot tubs. 
Take an expert opinion for dermatological procedures, if medical treatment fails to work.
Don’t try home-made remedies
Do choose the reputed centre for laser treatment…as pico lasers and 1550nm laser works faster
Do not lie to your doctor about medications, medical conditions, or having gotten a tan, you only put yourself at risk
DO’s and Don’ts for skin pigmentation or tanning:



Do use waterproof sunscreen with SPF 50+
Do not overexposure yourself to sunlight
Do use physical sun protection like wide-brimmed hats, umbrella or protective clothing or scarves
Do not go outdoors without sunscreen or any physical protection
Do contact your skin doctor at initial stages of tanning or pigmentation
Do not excessively consume unhealthy food and hot climates
Do consume lots of fruits and vegetables containing vitamins A, B, C & E

Do not ignore the sunburns as it may lead to skin cancer

Do keep yourself hydrated to avoid blemishes

Do not wax or exfoliate before going out in the sun.

Do opt green tea which has anti-oxidant property

Do not drink lemons and celery contain psoralen, can make your skin more sensitive to the sun

Do use the medication as prescribed regularly

Do not forget to moisturize, if you’re using a tanning bed to rehydrate your skin or protect the skin
Do choose the reputed cosmetic centre for
Do not miss your scheduled
de-tan or colour improvement
appointments for the procedural treatment
Do follow post procedure instructions
DO’s and Don’ts for Tinea infections:



Keep your skin dry at all times, especially after bathing and in between the toes
Don’t itch or rub the affected area as it makes the rash worse.
Keep your personal hygiene, take twice a bath, and preferably use lukewarm water
Do not share your personal items such as clothes, towel, soap, or comb with your family members or friends.
Wear only loose, airy cotton clothes
Don’t use nylon and synthetic clothes as much as possible
Use a towel or a tissue paper to pat dry areas with sweat
Do not forget to check your pet animals for rashes, as dogs and cats are also the sources of infection.
After gym or a workout session, take a shower and clean yourself thoroughly
Do not forget to keep your body weight ideal, as overweight or undernourished leads to reduced immunity.
Do ask your family members having similar infection, as they may become source for re-infection.
Don’t forget to check your blood sugar levels, if you are diabetic
Do change your socks whenever your feet feel damp.
Don’t: wear the same pair of shoes over and over
Do wear flip-flops or shower shoes in the gym locker room and while shower, at the nail salon and any other public place where people tend to walk barefoot.
Don’t: put off getting a suspected fungal infection evaluated by your dermatologist.
Do choose natural materials like leather and canvas and styles that allow air to circulate.
Don’t: wear shoes made of vinyl or plastic that does not allow feet to breathe.
Do complete the full course of medications prescribed by your dermatologist.

Do not incomplete the treatment, as it may results in recurrence of fungal infection which is more resistant to treatment.

Do avoid using home remedies such as garlic paste as it could burn your skin.
Do not use over-the-counter (OTC) medications for ringworm, as most they contain steroid.

DO’s and Don’ts to prevent for getting infected with virus Warts:



Do try to get-rid of them at the earliest

Do not try to remove the wart by your own.

Do maintain good self-hygiene & keep your hand & feet dry

Do not pick or scratch your warts

Do keep your skin intact, if the skin has been cut or opened the virus is more likely to enter

Do not share towels, clothing, socks, or soaps with others

Do cover warts with a plaster or bandage

Do not walk bare-foot in public places, if you have a plantar wart

Do wash your hands regularly

Do not shave or do electrolysis where the wart are located

Do get warts evaluated promptly

Do not share your sports gear

Do check children’s feet frequently for warts

Do not bite your fingernails or the cuticles

Do consult the dermatologist

Do not try home-remedies

Do wear waterproof shoes or sandals (flip-flops) in public showers and pools or in a locker room

Do not have sexual contact if you have warts in the genital area
DO’s and Don’ts for Nail Surgery:



Keep fingernails dry and clean to prevent bacteria from growing under your fingernails.
Bite your fingernails or pick at your cuticles,can damage the nail bed and can allow bacteria or fungi to enter and cause an infection.
Practice good nail hygiene. Use a sharp manicure scissors or clippers. Trim your nails straight across, then round the tips in a gentle curve.
Pull off hangnails as it might rip live issue along with the hangnail. Instead, carefully clip off hangnails.
Use moisturizer while you use hand lotion, rub the lotion into your fingernails and cuticles, too.
Use harsh nail care products to remove nail polish, opt for an acetone-free formula.
Apply a protective layer of nail hardener might help strengthen nails.
Ignore nail problems as that doesn't seem to go away on it’s own or is associated with other signs and symptoms, consult your dermatologist for an evaluation.
Ask your doctor about biotin as some research suggests that the nutritional supplement biotin might help strengthen weak or brittle fingernails.
Don’t forget to wear cotton-lined rubber gloves while washing dishes, cleaning or using harsh chemicals.

Do & Don’t for Cryo Surgery



Be honest about your medical history and let the professionals do what they need to ensure you are safe and ready.

Do not wet your body (skin, hair) and clothes before treatment, as any moisture will freeze and have frostbite.

Remove and leave all your jewelry at home or keep in your jewelry box before treatment

Do not get scared of low temperature or freezing, you may hardly feel any pain or discomfort.

Have slight movements in treatment room to keep blood flowing and avoid any prickly sensation in your extremities.

Don’t worry, you don’t have to stay more than 3 or 5 minutes in treatment room.

DO’s and Don’ts for Electro/Radio Surgery:



Comfortable procedure with no much down time.
Do not get panic while treatment
Do apply smoothen cream or doctor prescribed medicines after procedure.
Donot scratch the crust after procedure.
Very simple and low cost effective treatment.
Don’t expose the treated area to sun light or excess heat.
DO’s and Don’ts for Targeted Phototherapy:



Be regular in treatment to achieve good results
Don’t ignore the treatment cycle every session is important.
Do use medicines prescribed by doctor regularly.
Don’t neglect oral and topical medication
Don’t neglect oral and topical medication
Don’t irritate the treated area with home remedies.
DO’s and Don’ts for moles with higher risk groups:



Do use water-proof sunscreen with SPF 50+
Do not overexpose to sun between 9 am to 4 pm
Do use physicalsun protection using wide-brimmed hats and protective clothing
Do not get tanned
Do regular examination of existing mole once in 4 months
Do not get the skin burns
Do stay in shade or indoor as  you ages
Do not go to parlor for UV tanning
Do monitor the sun un-exposed area once in month
Do not ignore the change in color, height, size or shape of the mole
Do consult dermatologist if sudden and multiple new eruptions of moles appear
Do not ignore if the moles tend to itch or become tender
DO’s and Don’ts for Milia:



Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30+
Don't treat your skin with harsh chemicals and reduce sun exposure
Use regular exfoliatives to remove dead superficial skin
Don't consume high cholesterol foods
Wash your face twice daily to remove dirt with warm water.
Wash your face twice daily to remove dirt with warm water.
Keep the oil-free skin.
Don't sqeeze, scrape or poke the milia.
DO’s and Don’ts for Skin Tags:



Remove skin tags on eyelids early

Don’t pull or cut off  skin tags on your own
Find out about the medical removal options
Don’t Panic about your skin tag
Live a healthy lifestyle, to avoid the eventual growth of large skin tags
Don’t allow friction or irritation at the site of treatment
Keep the treated area covered with a bandage.
Donot touch or cleanse with spirit the area treated
Follow the post-procedure care instructions.
DO’s and Don’ts for DPN:



Do avoid sun exposure

Don't: Ignore new or changing spots on your face
Do use a broad-spectrum sunscreen (SPF 50+) daily

Don't: Leave the house without sun protection.

Do use face washes that have glycolic or salicylic acid.
Don't: Ignore initial stages of any skin condition.
Do maintain good self-hygiene and care.
Don't: scrub your skin too roughly.
Do consult a doctor who specialises in treating patients with ethnic skin.
Don't: Leave the house without sun protection.
Do keep realistic expectations from the treatment
Don't spend excessively in sun light
DO’s and Don’ts for Seb Keratosis:



Do use a broad-spectrum sunscreen (SPF 50+) daily
Don’t wash roughly it may bleed
Use umbrellas, hats, caps while going out-door
Don't: Ignore new or changing spots on your face. 
Maintain good hygiene.
Don't spend excessively in sun light
Consult dermatologist to remove seborrheic keratosis.
Don’t try to remove or shave the lesion at home, lesion may infect and leave a scar after healing.
DO’s and Don’ts as a preventive measure in keloid with higher risk groups:



Do consult the expert skin professional treating the same.
Do not expose to sun
Do use a broad spectrum sunscreen daily
Do not go for ear or body piercing and tattoos
Do use a protective clothing on outdoor to protect the scar
Don’t pop pimples
Do be careful while shaving to prevent nicks and cuts
Do not scrub or scratch your skin too roughly
Do treat the injuries and burns immediately
Do not ignore at initial stage of formation
Do take care if you have acne and maintain a proper skincare regimen
Do not go for cosmetic surgery, if family or in personal have keliod tendency
Do massage the scar
Do not smoke, as it decreases blood circulation in the skin and inadequate wound healing and possibly tissue loss
Do keep the wound moisturized
Do not have un-realistic expectations from the treatment
DO’s and Don’ts for Xanthelasma:



Do maintain healthy habits
Don’t consume fat containing foods and junk foods
Do reduce calorie intake in overweight individuals to lose weight.
Don’t push yourself to become obese
Do reduce saturated fat intake, predominately found in butter, dairy products, palm oil, and meat.
Don’t smoke
Do reduce intake of normal and refined sugars, soft drinks.
Don’t consume alcohol
Do reduce intake of normal and refined sugars, soft drinks.
Don’t forget to check lipid levels regularly
Consume more of fiber-rich vegetables, salads, etc.,
Dont’ forget to do regular walk & exercise
Consult dermatologist to remove xanthelasma
Don’t try home remedies

Do & Don't for Getting Cysts



DO: Keep the area clean using a dry clean cloth or if require go for sterile  dressing

Do not ignore any Cyst for long time.

DO: Keep yourself hydrated. Drink plenty of water to detoxify your body.

DON’T: Pick, pop or try to squeeze the cyst content.

Do: Ensure regular exercises, meditation, yoga for better management of body weight.

DON’T: Carry out any vigorous exercise.

DO: Consume fresh food after washing them thoroughly to avoid pesticides and environmental toxins.

DON’T: Smoke or consume alcohol for at least a month after the surgery.

DO: Complete the antibiotic course prescribed by doctor.

DON’T: Let the wound open to get expose to dirt or secondary infection

DO’s and Don’ts for Freckles Removal:



Use broad-spectrum sunscreen SPF>30 daily.
Don’t expose skin to prolonged sun
Wear hats, caps, and protective clothing when exposed to the sun.
Don’t expose yourself to accidental radiation.
Consume diet rich in Vitamin C
Don’t expose yourself to artificial UV light.
Follow a healthy and sun protective lifestyle
Don’t use tanning beds.
DO’s and Don’ts for Lentigenes:



Use daily broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF more than 30+
Don’t have Prolonged or overexposure to sunlight or ultraviolet rays
Use of wide-brimmed hats and sun-protective clothing to protect from UV rays
Don’t expose yourself to accidental radiation.
Do refrain from using tanning beds
Don’t expose yourself to artificial UV light

Dos and don’ts that would help you to keep your scar safe



Avoid the sun during the healing process

Don’t pick at scabs

Keep the affected area moist

Don't: clean repeatedly with hydrogen Peroxide

Promote Healing with Proper Wound Dressings

Don't: Expose New Scars to Lots of UV rays

Keep your wound clean and dry at all times

Don't: Apply Vitamin E

DO gentle Massage

Don't use a thick plastic Band-Aid on any wound. Wounds need to breathe and be aired.

Have patience in getting your scar treatment

Do not put too many ointments or creams

Don’t fall in for false advertising of scar creams

DO’s and Don’ts for Ear Hole Repair:



Keep clean and hygiene after surgery
Don’t scratch are rub the treated area
Simple, safe and minimal invasive reconstructive procedure
Don’t get worried after surgery by edema and pain.
Topical antibiotics and oral medications have to taken, as prescribed by doctor regularly
Don’t go heavy outdoor after procedure, skin inflammation and infections may develop in treated area.

DO’s and Don’ts for Syringoma:



Use regular sunscreen (> SPF 30)

Do not get overexpose to sunlight

Avoid irritants and allergens on the skin

Do not go outdoors without sunscreen

Ensuring that blood sugar levels are within a safe range; as syringomas are one of complication of diabetes

Donot forget to Consume a nutritious, well-balanced diet rich in skin nutrients like vitamin A and E may help.

Use a home exfoliating remedies or over-the-counter items, once a week or as required may help in further development of the lesions.

Do not forget to use physical sun protection like umbrella, broad-brimmed hats on outdoors