FAQ 's

Laser hair removal works by using concentrated light to affect hair follicles, which are small cavities in the skin from which hair grows. The hair follicle absorbs the laser, which is attracted to the hair’s melanin pigment, and the hair vaporizes instantly. The pigment in the hair attracts the laser, so darker hair absorbs the laser more effectively, which is why people with dark hair and light skin are ideal candidates for laser hair removal. Patients with dark skin typically need to be treated with a special type of laser that detects the hair against their skin.
laser hair removal isn't exactly permanent, it's still one of the best options for slowing hair growth over an extended period of time.
Cost varies based on multiple factors including: the size of the treatment area, number of sessions.
Serious complications related to laser hair removal are rare. The most common side effects include: swelling, redness, discomfort and skin irritation. They typically subside within a few days after the treatment. If symptoms persist, you should contact your medical specialist.
Nodular acne is painful because it involves pimples that are deep in the skin, which is also where your pain receptors are located. Warm compresses and steam showers can help release some pressure in your skin at home.
Oral antibiotics for acne are usually well-tolerated but can lead to side effects in some people. This can include nausea, stomach aches, muscle aches, rashes, and sensitivity to the sun. If you experience any side effects, stop taking the medication and call your doctor.
Use the medication prescribed by your doctor as directed and go to frequent follow-up appointments to make sure that you’re getting better fast.
Tattoos with many colors are more difficult to remove. They might require treatment with different lasers and wavelengths to be effective.
The cost of laser tattoo removal depends on the size, color, and age of your tattoo.
Tattoo removal creams are the most widely available and least expensive option. There’s a reason why: There’s no solid evidence that they work.
If your skin itches and turns red from time to time, you might have eczema. This skin condition is very common in children, but adults can get it too.
When your body comes into contact with something that could make you sick, your immune system promotes chemical changes to help your body ward off disease
Your doctor will first examine your skin to determine whether you have allergic eczema. If they suspect you have the condition, they’ll need to do further testing to find out exactly what you’re allergic to. In most cases, a patch test will be used.
The primary symptom of vitiligo is white patches on the skin. And it can affect any area of the body, even the areas around your eyes.
The good news is that many times vitiligo has few physical side effects on the body. The most serious complications may affect the ears and eyes, but these aren’t common.
It’s unknown exactly what causes vitiligo. The condition doesn’t appear to be inherited. Most people with vitiligo don’t have a family history of the disorder.