Dr Meet’s Cosmetology
Laser hair treatment is a cosmetic treatment for the past decade with increasing popularity. It works well for all areas of the body like the face, chin, arms, and the rest of the body can effectively reduce unwanted hair permanently with minimal risk, treatment makes unwanted hair and fine lines disappear just by a snap of your fingers
includes a laser that will emit heat energy, absorbs the light penetrates deep down the root of each hair strand, and damages the follicle. Effective for most skin tones and hair types, this damaged follicle will not be able to produce any further hair for a long time, sometimes never.
The treatment is relatively safe, and there is minimum disruption on the skin surface. The procedure works best on people with dark hair and light skin. It does not work on hair that is gray, white, light red, light brown. Several treatments and sessions may be needed for long-term benefits and permanent hair removal.
Laser tattoo removal can help you get that new look you want. Removing an unwanted tattoo or tattoo has never been easier, and state-of-the-art laser technology Laser Tattoo Removal can help you remove the tattoo that doesn’t fit into your life anymore. With laser removal, tattoo pigment particles can be selectively destroyed without harming the surrounding tissue by means of selective photothermolysis.
A chemical peel is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin on the face, neck, or hands. A chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to exfoliate and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.
Superficial or lunchtime peel: Alpha-hydroxy acid or another mild acid is used to penetrate only the outer layer of skin to gently exfoliate it. The treatment is used to improve the appearance of mild skin discoloration and rough skin as well as to refresh the face, neck, chest, or hands.
Medium peel: Glycolic or trichloroacetic acid is applied to penetrate the out and middle layers of skin to remove damaged skin cells. The treatment is used to improve age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, freckles, and moderate skin discoloration. It also can be used to smooth rough skin and treat some precancerous skin growths, i.e. actinic keratosis.
Deep peel: Tricholoracetic acid or phenol is applied to deeply penetrate the middle layer of skin to remove damaged skin cells. The treatment removes moderate lines, age spots, freckles, and shallow scars. Patients will see a dramatic improvement in skin appearance. The procedure is used on the face and only can be performed once.
Sun damaged skin
Active acne is an inflammatory skin condition that affects over 80% of adults and is particularly prevalent in teenagers. It appears most commonly on the face, chest, back, and neck, the sites of the oil gland, This is permanently treated by DR MEET’S CLINIC Scientific natural anti-androgenic medicine.
Cause of Acne
Acne is primarily a hormonal condition driven by male or ‘androgenic’ hormones, which typically become active during the teenage years. Sensitivity to such hormones, combined with bacteria on the skin and fatty acids within oil glands, cause acne Common sites for acne are the face, chest, shoulders, and back — the sites of oil glands.
Acne lesions include whiteheads, blackheads, small bumps, and nodules, and cysts.
Though acne is essentially a normal physiologic occurrence, certain conditions may aggravate the condition, including:
- Fluctuating hormone levels around the time of menses (women)
- Manipulating (picking/prodding) acne lesions
- Clothing (for example, hats and sports helmets) and headgear
Acne scars are usually the result of inflamed blemishes caused by skin pores engorged with excess oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria. The pore swells, causing a break in the follicle wall. Shallow lesions are usually minor and heal quickly. But if there is a deep break in the wall of the pore, infected material can spill out into surrounding tissue, creating deeper lesions. The skin attempts to repair these lesions by forming new collagen fibers. These repairs usually aren’t as smooth and flawless as the original skin.
Type of Scar
There are two main types of acne scars :
Hypertrophic or keloid scarring
These scars are caused when the body produces too much collagen as acne wounds heal, resulting in a mass of raised tissue on the skin’s surface.
Atrophic or depressed scarring
These scars develop when there is a loss of tissue. There are two common types of atrophic scarring. “Icepick” scars are usually small, yet obvious holes in the skin. “Boxcar” scars are depressed areas, usually round or oval in shape with steeply angled sides, similar to chickenpox scars.
Do’s and Don’ts-
Stay out of the sun. Overexposure to the sun can darken scars and make them look more prominent.
Irritate inflamed skin. Overwashing or scrubbing scarred areas can further reduce skin elasticity and heighten the appearance of the scar. Pick at scars. Bacteria from unwashed fingers and nails increase the risk of additional cysts forming, leading to the development of a larger scar. Give up on acne scars.
A small, fleshy bump on the skin or mucous membrane caused by human papillomavirus.
Warts are caused by various strains of human papillomaviruses. Different strains may cause warts in different parts of the body. Warts can be spread from one location on the body to another or from person to person by contact with the wart.
The main symptom is a fleshy, painless growth on the skin. Common areas affected include the hands, feet, and genitals.
Treatment may include topical medications and removal through medical procedures.