Besides performing functions such as protection against environmental stresses, thermoregulation, Vitamin D synthesis and removal of toxins from the body, skin has a great impact on the overall personality of a person. However, like other organs, skin too gets affected with certain conditions that affect its structure or functionality. In our comprehensive portfolio you can find products that are highly effective and specifically formulated to alleviate various skin conditions affiliated with this category.
Here are some of the common skin care concerns:
Also referred to as Acne vulgaris, this condition is commonly encountered around the time of puberty. Symptoms include seborrhea, comedones, papules, nodules, pimples and, in some cases, scarring. Causes may be hormonal, genetic, clogging of pores, bacteria, diet, or a combination of these. Acne can be treated using appropriate products to regulate skin PH balance, sebaum secretion and hormonal imbalance as being amongst culprits for causes of acne.
2) Freckles , age spots & hyperpigmentation
These are pigmented spots formed by clusters of concentrated melanin, most often seen in people with a fair skin. Predominantly found on the face, freckles may appear on any skin exposed to the sun, such as arms or shoulders. There are two types of freckles: ephelides (tan, slightly reddish, or light brown flat spots, fade with reduced sun exposure) and lentigines (darker and sunburn freckles, also known as liver spots, do not fade in the winter).
3) Fine lines and wrinkles
An important concern, especially when there is premature aging of the skin due to environmental stresses such as UV damage and free radical injury. The skin loses some of its elasticity and becomes dry and wrinkled. Fine line and wrinkles also occurs due to hormonal changes the imbalance of estrogen and with environmental damage can become a lethal combination. However, research has proven with some of the pioneering active ingredients that has proven to minimize wrinkles and fine lines as well as cutting edge active ingredients such as stem cell , oxygen plasma and certain peptides , this process not only can be delayed but also enhance collagen and elastin production . our extensive portfolio of ingredients in our products is fully concentrated on the effect to delay and rewind environmental aging ,as well as hormonal ageing .
Symptoms include facial erythema (redness), telangiectasia (dilation of superficial blood vessels), pimples and red domed papules or pustules. This condition is more commonly seen in women and in people of European descent. It can be treated with oral or topical antibiotics, retinoids, azelaic acid, salicylic acid, mandelic acid, Vitamin C, MSM, or laser therapy. Delaying the treatment worsens this problem.
Also known as atopic dermatitis, it is a form of chronic inflammation of the skin. Symptoms include itching and dryness, redness, edema, crusting, blistering, oozing, or bleeding. Eczema can be caused by genetic causes, allergies and infections. Treatment options include corticosteroids, immunomodulators, anti-histaminics, antibiotics, moisturizers, dietary manipulations and alternative therapies.
In this condition, patches of dark skin appear on areas of the face exposed to the sun. When present in pregnant women, it is known as chloasma. Symptoms include irregular well demarcated hyperpigmented patches commonly found on the forehead, lips, upper cheek, and nose. Genetic and hormones causes have been implicated in the condition. Melasma can be treated using hydroquinone, kojic acid, Alpha-arbutin, azelaic acid, Vitamin C, mandelic acid, synthetic peptides and alternative therapies.
It is an immune related skin disease, classified into five types: plaque, guttate, inverse, pustular, and erythrodermic. Symptoms include plaques, severe itching, swelling, pain, and pustules. Treatment options are moisturizers, corticosteroids, immunomodulators, retinoids, and alternative therapies.