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Natural Remedies To Remove Spider Veins On Face
None: The short answer is there are no natural remedies. The long answer is: it depends on how you define "natural". In my clinical experience, the best treatment for pitted acne scars is fractional laser resurfacing. If the color of the scar is the problem (brown or red, ), this can be addressed by light treatments such as ipl. Some creams and lotions can also fade the color of scars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Multiple options: I don't think that there is a single best way but there are mutiple options including sclerotherapy, ipl, laser, veinwave, veingogh and micro needle radio frequency. The size of the veins and the training and experience of the treating physician usually influence what treatment is recommended. My usual treatment is sclerotherapy or laser for very small veins. You should see a vein specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hydroquinone: There are a variety of over the counter products that contain a bleaching agent called hydroquinone. My favorite is one called ambi that is usually around $10-15. Apply it 1-2 times daily for 2 months. If that does not lighten the spots up, you should stop using it and see a dermatologist for other options. ...Read more
Yes: See WebMD and in general superficial skin or hair infections can be treated with clean with peroxide or bathing with soap and water and showering three times a day and you can use over the counter bacitracin type antibiotic see for sure not approving see a doctor in person or Healthtap telemedinebif not improved ...Read more
Veins Beneath Eyes: That depends. When they are spider veins, treatment that involve heat (such as laser or ohmic thermolysis) can be effective. When they are larger veins that are bigger than spider veins, then the treatment can be very difficult. In that situation, laser would end up burning the skin and not be effective. Sometimes mico-phlebectomy surgery can be done to remove them with a formal operation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mederma: There are over the counter creams, such as Mederma, that are fairly effective in reducing the appearance of scars. You have to wait until the wound is completely healed before using them. Also make sure you use sunscreen on fresh wounds because they can darken with sun exposure. ...Read more
Is there anything I can use to fade redness/hyper pigmentation after therma lo treatment under nose to remove spider veins?
Post inflammatory: Post inflammatory hyperpigmentation is a common and normal response during the healing process. When traumatized skin heals, redness, followed by dark discoloration often occurs. With time, the site will usually resume normal coloration to match the surrounding skin. Avoid picking and overly drying facial products & consider a noncomedogenic concealer. ...Read more
Does those expensive stretch mark creams remove dark stretch marks.... What is the best way to remove them its been here for 9 months?
No: They don't work at all. I really wish they did, believe me! they will fade with time. There are also laser treatments that can help but these are quite expensive. And there's no point now because if you plan to have more children, you might get new stretch marks. These are your marks of pride, and you should be proud of being a mom and having a healthy pregnancy. Good luck! ...Read more
For black skin, is there any way to get rid of ingrown hair scars on the thighs without laser removal (besides topical creams)?
Depends on the marks: Acne is caused by skin pores being plugged by tiny clumps of skin cells (the clump is called a comedone). When there are no bumps or actual pimples and pustules, the acne-prone areas of skin will still have plugged pores. Maybe the black spots are comedones in the skin pores. Dark spots can also be "post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation" that takes months to fade after pimples break and heal up. ...Read more
Many things: Acne can be caused by hormonal fluctuations, stress, friction. Using good skin care products that help exfoliate the skin, peels can help with more superficial acne, but if more moderate to severe, you will need lasers. If there is active acne, ala and light treatments can stop that. Scarring is treated with pixel lasers very effectively. ...Read more
Various Options: I would suggest that you see a vein specialist with an interest in facial vein treatments to look at your face & give you an opinion. There are many useful therapies / devices & which one is best for you depends on the number, size, & location of the veins as well as your skin type. Lasers, Ohmic thermolyis (veinwave / veingogh), radiofrequency heat, & IPL are some options. I avoid injections. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
NONE: If you go into the typical herb store they will take your money & send you home with a useless product. Don't be a sucker. See a dermatologist. ...Read more
Better choices exist: Maderma is an ointment or cream based on an "active" extract from onions. There does not seem to be much scientific proof of it's effectiveness. We have been using a new scar cream with skin growth factors (Novoscar) which has been remarkable on scars. Unfortunately, your scar sounds like a "depressed" scar, and would probably need excision or laser treatment for improvement. ...Read more
Acne: I recommend st ives facial scrub to patients along with a mild non drying facial soap. The facial scrub deals with the blocked pores and will help smooth the skin (avoid using it like sandpaper). Topical benzyl peroxide works well but can be very drying. Good face makeup ie clinique tend to cause less problems as well. ...Read more
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