Archive for month: November, 2020
What is it ?
Double chin is a layer of fat gets stored under the chin which gives a double chin look to your face.
- Genetic reasons
- Due to overweight
- Due to ageing.
(Non Surgical) Fat dissolving injections are injected into that area below the skin. Repeated injections are required to achieve desired results
Bipolar or Multipolar Radiofrequency based machines can treat the double chin. Repeated sessions are required to achieve the needed
MALE PATTERN HAIR LOSS?
Male pattern baldness is the common type of hair loss that develops in most men at some stage. The condition is sometimes called androgenetic alopecia. It usually takes 15-25 years to go bald. However, some men go bald in fewer than five years.
In men with pattern baldness, the hair follicles that are most sensitive to DHT are generally located at the temples, the hairline, and on the crown of the head. This “pattern” of sensitive hair follicles in men is the reason the condition is commonly called “Male Pattern Baldness.”
SCIENCE BEHIND ?
In individuals with pattern hair loss, certain hair follicles are genetically programmed to be more sensitive to a hormone circulating in the blood called dihydrotestosterone, commonly abbreviated as DHT. DHT is one of several hormones classified as androgens,often referred to as “male” hormones. DHT is formed from testosterone, the most well known androgen
FEMALE PATTERN HAIR LOSS
About one-third of women experience hair loss (alopecia) at some time in their lives; among postmenopausal women, as many as two-thirds suffer hair thinning or bald spots. Hair loss often has a greater impact on women than on men, because it’s less socially acceptable for them. Alopecia can severely affect a woman’s emotional well-being and quality of life.
In women with pattern hair loss, the DHT-sensitive follicles are distributed over a wider area, and the hair loss pattern is less defined. Usually there is generalized thinning over the entire top of the head, with less thinning along the sides and on the back of the head.
Science behind this?
Just like men with pattern baldness, some women inherit hair follicles with a genetic sensitivity to DHT, which signals pattern hair loss to their DHT-sensitive hair follicles. The cause of pattern hair loss in both men and women is DHT in the blood signaling hair follicles genetically programmed to be sensitive to DHT to stop growing new hairs.
APRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)
with Microneedling, Oral Supplements, Caffeine based shampoo and Peptide based hair oils/serum
Blood will be drawn from a vein in the arm. That blood will then be placed in a centrifuge machine to be spun down in order to concentrate the platelets and then injected back into my scalp. PRP is a procedure used to improve hair growth. To accomplish this task, PRP induces a controlled injury to the scalp resulting wound healing processes begin to regenerate new hair follicles.
Pain, headache, stinging, mild to moderate swelling which may subside in 3 to 7 days, redness and heat, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and transient increase in sugar levels.
Variable results are seen due to the patients’ lifestyle, medical profile, and age, the extent of wrinkling, extent of hair loss, smoking, sun damage, nutritional make-up, and genetic factors.
The results depend on the platelet levels and the level of growth factors in these platelets which vary from person to person.
WHAT CAUSES DARK CIRCLES?
- Allergic rhinitis (hay fever).
- Topic dermatitis (eczema).
- Contact dermatitis.
- Pigmentation irregularities.
- Scratching or rubbing eyes.
- Sun exposure.
Thinning skin and loss of fat and collagen — common as you age — can make the reddish-blue blood vessels under your eyes more obvious
HOW IT IS TREATED?
EYE SHINE PROTOCOL
STEP 1: RadioFrequency Technique(RF) will be done in order to tighten the skin.
STEP 2: Light Chemical Peel is used to lighten the dark pigmentations.
STEP 3: A Mask is applied to relax the area.
The duration of each session takes around 1 – 2.5 hours, where instant results regarding reduction of the pigmentation for about 20./. is visualized.
WHAT IT IS?
Cryolipolysis, also known as “fat freezing” or by the product name CoolSculpting, is a new procedure that involves the non-invasive cooling of body fat to break down fat cells, resulting in a reduction of body fat without damage to other tissues. The effect takes several months to be seen.
WHO NEEDS IT?
Patients who wish to reduce a localized fat bulge that has persisted despite diet and exercise may be interested in cryolipolysis.
HOW IT’S DONE?
The doctor asseses the dimensions and shape of the fatty bulge to be treated, an applicator of the appropriate size and curvature is chosen.
The area of concern is marked to identify the site for applicator placement.
A gel pad is placed to protect the skin.
The applicator is applied and the bulge is vacuumed into the hollow of the applicator.
The temperature inside the applicator drops, and as it does so, the area numbs.
Patients sometimes experience discomfort from the vacuum’s pull on their tissue, but this resolves within minutes, once the area is numb.
WHAT IT IS?
Botox is a protein made from Botulinum toxin, which the bacterium Clostridium botulinum produces,it is a drug that weakens or paralyzes muscle. In small doses, it can reduce skin wrinkles and help treat some medical conditions.
WHO NEEDS IT?
Wrinkles between the eyebrows, called frown lines, glabellar lines, or elevens.
Wrinkles around the eyes, known as crow’s feet.
Horizontal creases in the forehead.
Lines at the corners of the mouth.
“Cobblestone” skin on the chin.
HOW ITS DONE?
Clinicians use Botulinum toxin by diluting the powder in saline and injecting it directly into neuromuscular tissue.
It takes 24–72 hours for the toxin to take effect. Rarely, it can take as long as 5 days for the full effects to show. They may last 3–12 months, depending on the treatment.