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SKIN

The skin is the largest organ of the body. It plays a very important role. It regulates our body temperature & protects our organs.
It is responsible for the sensations of touch, heat, and cold.

 

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COMMON SKIN AILMENTS

Acne & Pimples

Acne is a treatable condition. In fact, dermatologists assess the root cause of acne and treat it accordingly.

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Skin Tan Removal

Sun tanning occurs as a result of the overexposure to the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. Melanin protects the skin from the suntan.

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Acne Scars

Acne scars are the result of inflammatory acne. Inflammatory acne can be red blemishes, pimples, papules, pustules, or nodules.

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Laser hair removal

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is quite a popular cosmetic procedure. Laser hair removal is useful to get rid of unwanted hair from the…

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Tattoo Removal

Tattoos are a way of decorating your body. Tattoo artists use with ink, dyes or pigments into the skin to make them.

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Skin Pigmentation

The melanin pigment in your skin is responsible for your skin colour. Special cells known as melanocytes produce this melanin.

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Melasma

Melasma is a common chronic skin condition. The symptoms of melasma are symmetrical & blotchy, brownish facial pigmentation.

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Under Eye Dark Circle

Under-eye dark circles occur on the thin, delicate skin below the eyes. The blood vessels dilate. As a result, the skin begins to appear darker.

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Anti Aging

Ageing is natural and happens to everyone. A few of the signs of ageing are wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.

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Skin Tag

Skin tags are small growths on the skin. A thin stalk supports them. The main cause of skin tags is friction in skin folds in areas like the…

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Skin Rejuvenation

Skin irregularities are a result of various factors. For instance, exposure to the sun, skin disorders, ageing, and genetics.

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DPN

Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra or DPN is a type of hyperpigmentation. The symptoms of DPN are black or brown spots.

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Keloid & Hypertrophic Scar

Keloid scars are firm, smooth and dense growths that form on a healed wound. Keloid scars spread outside the area of the wound.

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Freckles

Freckles or ephelides are brown spots on the skin. In fact, they are a cluster of melanized cells. In fact, these are a sign of…

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Seborrheic Keratosis

A seborrheic keratosis or senile wart is a harmless skin growth. It is a common sign of skin aging. It is very common in adults over the age…

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Eczema

Eczema refers to red, elevated, bumpy patches of skin associated with itching caused by different skin conditions.

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Milia

Milia are small, pearly-white or yellowish bumps on the skin. One sees them mostly around the nose, cheeks, eyes, forehead and chest.

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Moles/Nevus

Moles are spots of pigmented skin that are black, brown or red in colour. In fact, they occur due to the excess production…

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Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a chronic condition. In fact, it is a result of an overactive immune system. As a result, this causes the skin cells…

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Vitiligo

Vitiligo is an autoimmune disorder. Basically, it causes white patches to appear on the skin. Certain reasons damage melanin-producing cells…

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Tinea

Tinea, ringworm, dermatophytosis or dermatophyte infection is a fungal infection of the skin. The lesion resembles a ring-shaped worm.

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Molluscum

Molluscum contagiosum or water warts, is basically a viral infection of the skin that results in small, raised, pink lesions with a dimple…

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Chicken Pox Scars

Chickenpox is a communicable disease. It is caused by the varicella zoster virus. Chickenpox usually affects children.

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Cyst Removal

Sebaceous cysts are bumps that form underneath the skin. When sebaceous glands clog, it causes sebaceous cysts. Sebaceous…

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Xanthelasma

Xanthelasma is a condition in which lesions fat-rich deposits form on the skin.Moreover, these lesions get deposited in various parts…

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Warts

Warts are growths with rough surfaces or flat and smooth surfaces. Moreover, these are white or pale in pigmentation.

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Lentigo

A lentigo (plural form: lentigines, lentigos) is a spot on the skin. It is usually darker – usually brown – than the surrounding skin.

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BEFORE & AFTER

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Skin Pigmentation

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Akshay Patil
Akshay Patil
10:43 28 Jul 21
We met Dr.Anish and he explained the treatment... nicely with all the details and even suggested diet which will help with the treatment.The best thing was no false promises were given and all the facts were told to us before starting the treatment.The reception team was very helpful and everything went smooth from our 1st consultant to follow-up they evn told us about the extra charges on card payments.read more
amarjit mote
amarjit mote
13:04 24 Jul 21
Clinic is very good .worth taking treatment at... clinic all expert doctors and team.also reception team is very cooperative and goodread more
rasheed chauhan
rasheed chauhan
10:41 23 Jul 21
Nice Clinic 👌👌
Gunwant Matke
Gunwant Matke
10:40 23 Jul 21
Good clinic
AYUSH SINGH
AYUSH SINGH
17:17 13 Jul 21
Sir i have vitiligo can i use derma roller ???
arati bokade
arati bokade
10:21 20 Jun 21
I am very happy with the progress of my... treatment.There is a great improvement in my skin texture and I would highly recommend the treatment. Love the results!read more
Sabina Magar
Sabina Magar
07:22 19 Jun 21
Good service, clean place and good ambience The... doctors and staff are very helpful and sweet.read more
ROHAN SHAH
ROHAN SHAH
14:26 12 Jun 21
Very happy and satisfied with the... treatment.Staff is very helpful and cooperativeDoctors listened to and solved all queries patiently.All covid precautions are nicely followed 👍read more
siddharam koli
siddharam koli
11:28 24 May 21
Clear Skin is Good
Vaishali R
Vaishali R
11:40 08 May 21
Good experience.. quality service and good... resultsread more
Bushra Shaikh
Bushra Shaikh
06:34 25 Apr 21
I absolutely love my experience. All staff are... cordinated with each from appointment booking till end. My skin feels great and i got my confidence back.read more
MANAS KUCHEKAR
MANAS KUCHEKAR
05:30 25 Apr 21
The service is very good and the treatment are... very effective .read more
pooja rokde
pooja rokde
07:35 24 Apr 21
Clear Skin is definitely your go to place for... skin and hair problems. They have a good experienced staff and a well equipped lab. They do give online appointments and have economical treatment packages.read more
Nehall boy
Nehall boy
09:17 22 Apr 21
Good service .. co-operative staff and doctors.
Sukhmeet Kaur
Sukhmeet Kaur
15:57 18 Apr 21
Good services - but please if one has to consult... the doc again after the treatment so please don't make them w8 for long and please if the patient is confused regarding the prescription , then plz clear the confusion instead of suggesting them to go and visit the pharmacy for further inquiry. Thankyou 🙏read more
vaishali
vaishali
07:52 15 Apr 21
Very cooperative staff and knowledgeable doctors... at clear skin. Thanks to Dr. Manali ma'am for good guidance and treatment. Would surely recommend anyone looking for treatment of skin/ hair related issues.read more
Reshma Bhalerao
Reshma Bhalerao
10:00 21 Feb 21
All the doctors are amazing, staff is great,... Treatmens are really 100% affective i got really good results it take time but its worth itread more
Laish Mohammad
Laish Mohammad
11:53 18 Feb 21
Thank U so much clear skin and hair MD ...for... resolving my acne problem..great experience...staff is very helpful and cooperative... . Highly recommended to all....read more
Nikita Phadke
Nikita Phadke
14:26 04 Feb 21
Khup chan ahe hospital mla khup chan result... milala purn staff khup chan ahe All The Bestread more
Sangharsh Pandit
Sangharsh Pandit
08:30 20 Jan 21
All doctors and all staff is very helpful and ... supportive thank u so much clear skin ..satisfied result ...recomend to every one... acne result..read more
Onkar Jadhav
Onkar Jadhav
12:11 09 Jan 21
Staff is friendly and process is very nice .. I... have taken 3 PRP session so far .. and result is better than my expectations.. should visit onceread more
girisha borgaonkar
girisha borgaonkar
10:53 09 Jan 21
Satisfaction with consultation.Thank you to... entire teamread more
Tushar Salunkhe
Tushar Salunkhe
13:09 04 Jan 21
Satishfied wid d service & d courtesy of d... doctors & staff also...Very friendly & helpful. Doctors r knolwdgeble & solutions as per ur problems..So I recommend to all my friends & relatives...To visit Celar Skin & Hair Md Clinic..For bestttt Result...Thnx to all...read more
ravina patil
ravina patil
12:27 18 Dec 20
Happy with the results. Overall experience is... good. Doctor's and staff are very co operative . Modern infrastructure and trained therapist.Thank you Clear Skin.read more
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Important Announcement

Covid-19

Video Consultation Service

Video Consultation Protocol
Hello Sir/Mam,

Clear Skin & HairMD Clinics team is pleased to offer ONLINE VIDEO Consultation facility to to help patients with their skin and hair problems.
Our expert Dermatologists, will discuss your queries related to Skin & Hair Problems & guide you regarding medication and care

Video Consultation  - Day & Time will be scheduled according to the mutual convenience of our Dermatologists & you, our esteemed patient.

Basic Information related to Video Consultation Sessions

  1. Counselling will be done with Prior appointment, which should be taken at least 2 days before the session
  2. Consultation session slot will be finalised post the payment confirmation from our accounts team
  3. Video Consulatation session duration - 15 min
  4. Consultation Fee for each session - Rs 700 (Payment Details are shared below for your reference)
  5. Sessions will be done through Whatsapp video call
  6. Before the session, you will need to share your Images and questions related to your skin/hair ailment on WhatsApp of our with our Patient Support Team at +91-74989 06403
  7. Images of the area should cover all sides. Images should be in good light with focus. For e.g. image of face should cover left and right side chin, forehead and cheeks. This will help us contextualise the discussion.
  8. Medicines will be prescribed as per the latest Medical Council of India guidelines for Telemedicine (March 2020) and sent over email and WhatsApp,
  9. Please understand that teleconsultation has its limitations as compared to in-person consultation. Because it is not possible to do detailed physical examination, the teleconsultation process comes with its limitations. The patient agrees with this limitations of teleconsultation. Also because of the inability for detailed physical examination, some medicines cannot be prescribed in a teleconsultation process, as per Government of India - Medical Council of India - latest Guidelines.Some dermatological diseases may require procedural interventions too along with the medicines. It is required by the patient to visit the clinic for the same. In such cases medicines may not be able to give maximum result.

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Do & Don't for Getting Acne

DO: Cleanse your face.
DO: Moisturise your skin.
DO: Stay hydrated.
DO: Use sunscreen daily.
DO: Follow a healthy diet.

DON’T: Pop and poke your pimples.
DON’T: Use excessive make-up products.
DON’T: Eat oily foods.
DON’T: Over-exfoliate.
DON’T: Scrub your skin too roughly.

Do & Don't for Getting Tan

DO: Visit your dermatologist in the initial stages.
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen (> SPF 30).
DO: Use sun protection like scarves and hats.

DON’T: Overexpose yourself to the sun.
DON’T: Step outdoors without sunscreen.
DON’T: Ignore sunburns as they may lead to skin cancer

Do & Don't for Getting Acne Scars

DO: Visit your dermatologist in the initial stages.
DO: Follow a healthy skincare regime to prevent acne.
DO: Use products that reduce inflammation and redness.
DO: Moisturise your skin.

DON’T: Over-exfoliate.
DON’T: Pop and poke your pimples.
DON’T: Try home remedies as they don’t work.
DON’T: Delay the treatment of your acne.

Do & Don't for Getting Laser Hair Removal

DO: Wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF 30 before and especially after your treatment. 

DO: Shave the treatment area only a night before the treatment. 

DO: Make sure to choose a well-reputed clinic for the procedure. 

DO: Wear goggles or protective eye-year during the procedure. 

DO: Moisturise your skin properly after the procedure. 

DO: Complete the course of your treatment. 

DO: Go for your maintenance appointments as well. 

DO: Report any unusual signs on your skin to the dermatologist, both, before and after the procedure. 

DO: Ask all your queries or concerns to your doctor before the procedure. 

DO: Use an antibiotic ointment in case of severe blisters.

DON’T: Go to the tanning beds or get sunburned. 
DON’T: Avoid the use of perfumed lotions, creams with fragrance or topical medication before the treatment.
DON’T: Don’t wax, bleach, pluck at the treatment area for a few weeks before the procedure. 
DON’T: Avoid exposing the treatment area to the sun for a week after treatment.
DON’T: Don’t take hot baths and showers or use a  sauna for one or two days after the treatment. 

Do & Don't for Tattoo Removal

DO: Keep the affected area clean and dry.
DO: Apply antibiotic ointment 2-3 times a day.
DO: Keep it covered for the first 2-3 days.

DON’T: Take hot baths.
DON’T: Expose it to direct sunlight.
DON’T: Use any cosmetics, since they can irritate the skin.
DON’T: Scrub the treated area since it is sensitive.

Do & Don't for Getting Pigmentation

DO: Visit your dermatologist in the initial stages.
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen (> SPF 30).
DO: Use sun protection like scarves and hats.
DO: You need to avoid excessive sun exposure.
DO: Carry an umbrella, wear full sleeves clothing or broad-brimmed hats.
DO: Wear SPF 30 broad-spectrum sunscreen with PA++ protection.

DON’T: Overexpose yourself to the sun.
DON’T: Step outdoors without sunscreen.
DON’T: Ignore sunburns as they may lead to skin cancer

Do & Don't for Getting Melasma

DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen
DO: Use physical sun protection like scarves, jackets and hats.
DO: Exfoliate every 1o days.
DO: Follow a regular skincare routine.

DON’T: Leave the house without sun protection
DON’T: Spend too much time in the heat, saunas or steam rooms.
DON’T: Take any medication without consulting your doctor.

Do & Don't for Getting Dark Circles

DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen.
DO: Use hats, scarves, and sunglasses.
DO: Eat citrus fruits.

DON’T: Avoid overexposure to the sun.
DON’T: Don't over-exfoliate.
DON’T: Avoid using home remedies.

Do & Don't for Getting Aging

DO: Consult your dermatologist before trying any product or treatment
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen to prevent photodamage.
DO: Maintain a healthy skincare routine.
DO: Drink 2-3 litres of water daily.
DO: Eat a healthy & balanced diet

DON’T: Use sulphate and petroleum jelly based skin care products.
DON’T: Use skincare products that don’t suit your skin type.
DON’T: Leave the house without sun protection.
DON’T: Smoke and drink.
DON’T: Overuse anti-ageing products.



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Do & Don't for Getting Skin tags

DO: Keep the treated area covered with a bandage.
DO: Use the prescribed antiseptic ointments to reduce inflammation and redness
DO: Keep the treated area dry.
DO: Follow the post-procedure care instructions.

DON’T: Try and remove the scab.
DON’T: Carry out a strenuous activity that will cause sweating at the treated area.
DON’T: Touch or cleanse the site without disinfecting the site.
DON’T: Allow friction or irritation at the site of treatment.



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Do & Don't for Getting Clear Skin

DO: Cleanse and moisturise your skin.
DO: Stay hydrated.
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen daily.
DO: Follow a healthy diet.

DON’T: Leave the house without sun protection.
DON’T: Ignore initial stages of any skin condition.
DON’T: Over-exfoliate your skin.
DON’T: Scrub your skin too roughly.

Do & Don't for Getting DPN

DO: Consult a doctor who specialises in treating patients with ethnic skin.
DO: Keep realistic expectations from the treatment.
DO: Use a broad spectrum sunscreen daily.
DO: Use face washes that have glycolic or salicylic acid.

DON’T: Leave the house without sun protection.
DON’T: Ignore initial stages of any skin condition.
DON’T: Scrub your skin too roughly.

Do & Don't for Getting Keloid & Hypertrophic Scar

DO: Consult a doctor who specialises in treating patients with ethnic skin
DO: Keep realistic expectations from the treatment
DO: Use a broad spectrum sunscreen daily
DO: Use face washes that have glycolic or salicylic acid

DON’T: Leave the house without sun protection
DON’T: Ignore initial stages of any skin condition
DON’T: Scrub your skin too roughly

Do & Don't for Getting Freckles

DO: Wear hats, caps, and scarves when exposed to the sun.
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen daily.
DO: Follow a healthy lifestyle.
DO: Eat a diet rich in vitamin C.

DON’T: Use tanning beds.
DON’T: Expose yourself to accidental radiation.
DON’T: Expose yourself to artificial UV light.
DON’T: Overexpose yourself to the sun.

Do & Don't for Getting Seborrheic Keratosis

DO: Use a back-brush or loofah to get rid of dead skin cells.
DO: Consult a doctor in the initial stages itself.
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen daily.
DO: Use lotions that have glycolic 10%, AHAs and BHAs.
DO: Remove any jewelry that might irritate the keratosis.

DON’T: Leave the house without sun protection.
DON’T: Ignore initial stages of any skin condition.
DON’T: Scrub your skin too roughly.
DON’T: Pick at the scabs or attempt to extract them by yourself.
DON’T: Touch the lesion.



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Do & Don't for Getting Eczema

DO: Check product labels for ingredients that suit you.
DO: Use paraben-free products.
DO: Moisturize regularly.
DO: Stay hydrated.
DO: Stay stress-free.

DON’T: Don't use scented products.
DON’T: Don't use sunscreen.
DON’T: Bath for too long with very hot water.
DON’T: Don't Scratch the affected area.



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Do & Don't for Getting Milia

DO: Cleanse your face regularly with warm water and a gentle face wash.
DO: Exfoliate regularly to remove dead cells.
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF >30.
DO: Keep the skin oil free.

DON’T: Overexpose yourself to the sun.
DON’T: Use irritant skin products and heavy facial cosmetics.
DON’T: Consume high cholesterol foods (especially cheese), and supplement your diet with niacin and biotin.
DON’T: Squeeze, scrape, poke the milia.

Do & Don't for Getting Moles

DO: Learn more moles.
DO: Watch your moles closely.
DO: Treat the mole in the initial stages itself.
DO: Maintain good self-hygiene and care.
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen.

DON’T: Pick at the mole.
DON’T: Ignore the mole.
DON’T: Share towels, socks, or gloves with others.
DON’T: Walk in public places without your shoes.

Do & Don't for Getting Psoriasis

DO: Use an emollient or ointment based moisturiser.
DO: Use warm water for baths
DO: Dry skin gently
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen
DO: Expose skin to small amounts of sunlight

DON’T: Scratch or scrub lesions
DON’T: Smoke or drink alcohol
DON’T: Stress out as this increases the chances of infection, injuries or flare ups.
DON’T: Ignore flare-ups
DON’T: Forget to moisturize



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Do & Don't for Getting Vitiligo

DO: Use fabrics that absorb moisture
DO: Make use of natural oils to keep your skin healthy
DO: Bathe with mild, non-acidic body wash, glycerin-based soaps.
DO: Apply moisturisers
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen.
DO: Take physical sun protection like scarves and umbrella.
DO: Join support groups.

DON’T: Don't wear clothes made of synthetic fibres
DON’T: Avoid exposure to direct sunlight
DON’T: Don't use hair dyes, lipsticks, perfumes
DON’T: Avoid things made out of rubber
DON’T: Don't eat unhealthy food
DON’T: Don’t get tattoos.
DON’T: Avoid sunbathing.
DON’T: Don’t isolate yourself.

Do & Don't for Getting Tinea

DO: Keep your skin and scalp clean and dry.
DO: Wear flip-flops in locker rooms and public showers.
DO: Change your underwear and socks at least once every day.
DO: Wash your hands with soap after playing with pets.
DO: Wash your clothes
DO: Use your powders, gels and creams.

DON’T: Share clothes or combs with someone who has tinea.
DON’T: Wear dirty gear and uniforms.
DON’T: Sit around in a wet bathing suit.
DON’T: Keep your groin area and feet wet.
DON’T: Wear tight clothing and underwear.



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Do & Don't for Getting Molluscum

DO: Avoid using gloves
DO: Avoid scratching the lesions
DO: Cover infected areas with waterproof bandages
DO: Use fresh bed sheets and clothes
DO: Use antifungal soaps

DON’T: Don't shave infected areas
DON’T: Engage in physical contact or sexual intercourse
DON’T: Don't use perfumes or deodorants in affected areas
DON’T: Use public toilets
DON’T: Don't remove the lesions or the fluid inside of it yourself.



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Do & Don't for Getting Chicken Pox Scars

DO: Wash your hands before applying any medication.
DO: Drink plenty of water.
DO: Use a broad-spectrum, SPF 30 sunscreen.
DO: Bathe with neem.
DO: Eat foods rich in vitamin K and citrus fruits.

DON’T: Expose your skin to the sun.
DON’T: Scratch the blisters on your skin.
DON’T: Let your skin get dirty or infected.



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Do & Don't for Getting Cysts

DO: Keep the area clean using a clean cloth, cotton wool, or medical dressing material.
DO: Complete the antibiotic course.
DO: Drink plenty of water to detoxify your body.
DO: Consume a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, and healthy fats.

DON’T: Pop and poke the cysts.
DON’T: Carry out any strenuous activities.
DON’T: Smoke for at least 6 weeks after the surgery.
DON’T: Let the wound get dirty or infected.

Do & Don't for Getting Xanthelasma

DO: Follow a healthy lifestyle
DO: Eat a balanced diet.
DO: Exercise regularly.
DO: Maintain a healthy weight.

DON’T: Eat unhealthy junk food.
DON’T: Avoid smoking.
DON’T: Don't drink alcohol.
DON’T: Be inactive.



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Do & Don't for Getting Warts

DO: Treat the wart in the initial stages itself.
DO: Maintain good self-hygiene and care.
DO: Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen every day.
DO: Exfoliate regularly.

DON’T: Pick at the wart or mole.
DON’T: Try to remove the wart yourself.
DON’T: Share towels, socks, or gloves with others.
DON’T: Walk in public places without your shoes.

Do & Don't for Getting Lentigo

DO: Wear protective clothing when exposed to the sun.
DO: Use broad-spectrum sunscreen daily.
DO: Follow a healthy diet and lifestyle.

DON’T: Use tanning beds.
DON’T: Expose yourself to accidental radiation.
DON’T: Expose yourself to artificial UV light.