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Moisturizing intimate areas can be beneficial for several reasons, primarily related to maintaining the health and comfort of the skin in those sensitive regions, for both men and women.Continue Reading
As a dermatologist, I often encounter patients who view sweating as an inconvenience or an annoyance. However, it is important to recognize that sweating plays a crucial role in maintaining our overall health and well-being. Sweating is not just a bodily function that cools us down; it is a vital process with numerous benefits for our skin and overall physiological balance.SourceIs sweat water?Yes, water is the main component of sweat, and it also contains electrolytes, and small amounts of other substances. The exact composition may vary slightly among individuals and can be influenced by factors such as hydration level, physical activity, and overall health.SourceThe exact composition includes;Water: Sweat is mainly composed of water, making up the majority of its volume....Continue Reading
Everything you need to know about collagen. Dr. Amee Daxini talks to us in details about collagen, its loss and how to restore it!
What is Collagen?Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, and the main component of connective tissue–the scaffolding of bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and skin upon which the body is built. As its name implies, connective tissue holds all the parts of the body in place, like glue. Collagen is particularly important in skin, but it is also abundant in muscles, blood vessels, eyeballs, the gut, intervertebral discs, and the dentin of teeth. SourceCollagen in combination with elastin and keratin (which is a protein) gives skin its strength and elasticity. Gram for gram, the collagen in skin is stronger than steel. Combination with elastin, collagen also gives skin its flexibility, the ability to stretch and move and then bounce back into shape.Collagen is also the mesh on which wounds repair, this is the body’s ability to generate new skin, after trauma or injury....Continue Reading
Always wondered why the desserts are last to be served in any meal, Indian or Western? Processed sugar rich food and its effects on the body are well known, including inflammation and pigmentation of the skin. We all are consciously moving towards a sugar-balanced diet, and that is great news. But there are days when we would love to cheat!...Continue Reading
‘Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.’ I often wonder how far is this true? We live in a world where everything has to be picturesque and Instagramable - our homes, our food, and even our appearances. Our standards of beauty are defined by the latest filters. We have elaborate make-up tutorials for a ‘no-makeup’ look....Continue Reading