Showing posts with label Skin Peels. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Skin Peels. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Say Hello To Clear Skin - Aura Skin Clinic , Vizag

For complete diagnosis and detailed check up, Visit Dr.Sravani Sandhya at 

Aura Skin Clinic, Visakhapatnam.

Clinic Address:
Aura Skin & Hair Clinic
50-49-43/4 TPT Colony, 
Near SFS School Play Ground
Opp Hindu Press,


+91 9177799077

Monday, January 4, 2016

Bridal Beauty Tip - Get A Good Facial - Aura Skin Clinic , Vizag

One of the best facials you can get before any important event is diamond microdermabrasion.

The treatment gets rid of dead skin and eliminates rough patches, turning your face into a flawless canvas that is perfect for makeup application and photos.

You can request our dermatologist for a patch test to see how your skin reacts to the us now to book appointment.

Dr Sravani Sandhya Sandhya is a renowned dermatologist and cosmetologist in visakhapatnam, offering exceptional service to her patients at aura skin clinic, seethammadhara.

For complete diagnosis and detailed check up, Visit Dr.Sravani Sandhya at 
Aura Skin & Hair Clinic, Visakhapatnam.

Clinic Address:
Aura Skin & Hair Clinic
50-49-43/4 TPT Colony, 
Near SFS School Play Ground
Opp Hindu Press,


+91 9177799077

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Anti Aging Therapies @ Aura Skin and Hair Clinic , Vizag - By Dr Sravani Sandhya

In my last blog I have given tips to keep your skin young and healthy on a long run.So in this blog I want to discuss about different modalities of treatment available to mask away your aging skin..

Anti-aging therapies can be grouped under the following:

• Cosmetological care

• Topical agents

• Systemic agents

• Procedures

Cosmetological care

Excellent sun-protection is essential to avoid photodamage. Proper selection and usage of both UVA and UVB protective sunscreens is advised as ultraviolet irradiation reduces production of type I
procollagen, the major structural protein in human skin.

Daily skin care routine should include avoidance of hot, frequent and prolonged baths and avoidance of detergent soaps and foams, which could actually lead to dryness of the skin. Use of moisturizers
is believed to be a key to fountain of youth, although there is disagreement in the literature about the long-term effects of moisturizing the skin.

Topical agents

Topical treatments have a major advantage of being noninvasive but have a long latency period of 3-6 months before any visible change can be observed; they require perpetual maintenance and can cause contact irritancy or allergy and are expensive.

Vitamin C:
Other antiaging topicals: N-furfuryladenine 0.1%, Chlorella, Copper peptide complex is used in the prevention and reversal of photoaging.
Alpha hydroxy acids

Systemic agents

These include vitamins C and E, glutathione, alpha lipoic acid, coenzyme Q 10 (CoQ 10), green tea (polyphenols), melatonin and selenium.

Hormones: Estradiol and testosterone implantation in postmenopausal women is supposed to retard collagen loss.


Procedures refer to office-based treatments that may be either physician-performed or device-driven procedures such as laser treatments.
  • Microdermabrasion: 
  • Chemical peels:
  • Botulinum toxin: 
  • Soft tissue augmentation
  • Lasers
Cutaneous resurfacing can be broadly divided into ablative skin resurfacing (ASR), which can be accomplished by the use of pulsed carbon dioxide and erbium:YAG; or non-ablative dermal remodeling
(NDR), which can be achieved by non-ablative neodymium: YAG system, radiofrequency, intense pulsed light, fractional photo-thermolysis or light emitting diode photomodulation.

Based on the study performed by the American Society for

Dermatologic Surgery in 1999, it was found that majority of women agreed in the adage 'you look as good as you feel.' The Indian women are no different, except that the cost of procedures to look good is prohibitive. Most of the device-driven procedures are expensive and hence simple office-based procedures like chemical peels, microdermabrasion, fillers and botulinum toxin would continue to be the mainstay of anti-aging therapies in India.

However, advancements in dermatology and explosion of technology will hopefully continue to make antiaging therapies affordable and acceptable to more individuals in future.

At Aura Skin Clinic we advise and perform all the anti-aging therapies based on the client need.

Call Us Now - 9177799077  or Book Appointment Online

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Aura Skin & Hair Clinic

50-49-43/4 TPT Colony, 
Opp Hindu Press,
Visakhapatnam. - 13

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Home Remedies For Dry Skin by Dr.Sravani Sandhya @ Aura Skin Clinic, Vizag

Dry and flaky skin can be very irritating to combat with, but simple thing's that are at bay can be very useful to add the missing spark to your beautiful skin. home remedies have proved to be easiest remedies available at your vicinity. of the available home remedies,oat meal has proved to be worth a try for utter difference for people with dry skin.

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what are oats?

Oat is unique among the cereals for its multifunctional characteristics and nutritional profile.Oat bran especially, is a good source of B complex vitamins, vitamin E, protein, fat, and minerals. Additionally, it is rich in beta-glucan which is heart healthy soluble fiber in particular. 

which form of oatmeal is used?

"Colloidal oatmeal" produced by finely grinding the oat and boiling it to extract the colloidal material.

How is colloidal oatmeal prepared?

Colloidal oatmeal is a finely ground form of oatmeal that readily absorbs water. It can be prepared by using a food processor, blender or coffee grinder. Oatmeal from a local supermarket is probably the easiest to obtain, however other forms of oats can be used. The oats should be blended or processed dry to an even and fine powder. You can test the resulting powder by adding it to a glass of water and it should quickly turn to a milky white liquid.

How to prepare a colloidal oatmeal bath?

Slowly sprinkle your self-prepared colloidal oatmeal  onto the bath water as it is filling. People commonly use one cup of colloidal oatmeal for a standard bath of water. The amount will vary for different size baths. You should try and use luke-warm water, as a cooling bath can help soothe itchy skin. The bath water should feel silky on your skin and you should aim to soak for about 15 minutes. Prolonged soaking in water can dry out the skin and aggravate itch and eczema. After getting out of the bath, quickly pat the skin dry. Cover the skin with emollient within three minutes.

what are the uses of oats in dermatology?

The following forms are often used to treat your skin with oats

1. Natural moisturizer
2.anti aging
3.Anti- itch
5.Atopic dermatitis
6.Anti fungal
7.Anti vral

Dr.Sravani Sandhya is an well experienced skin specialist in Vizag, She specialises 
in medical laser procedures, cosmetology procedures, treats a broad range of dermatology conditions including acne, pigmentation disorder, eczema, allergies, psoriasis and paediatric dermatology. 

For complete diagnosis and detailed check up, Visit Dr.Sravani Sandhya at Aura Skin & Hair Clinic.
Clinic Address:
Aura Skin & Hair Clinic
50-49-43/4 TPT ColonyOpp Hindu Press,


+91 9177799077

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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Fungal Infections - Overview by Dr. Sravani Sandhya B , Aura Skin Clinic - Vizag

Fungal Infections

This is one of the common diseases  which I come across in my clinic. Since vizag is  hot and humid round the year people tend to sweat a lot which makes skin a good host for the fungus to grow.
Although there  are variety of fungal infections, the ones  which we see commonly are ringworm (Tinea infections), oral thrush, p.versicolar.

The symptoms and appearance of a fungal skin infection depend on the type of fungus that has caused it. They will also depend on which part of your body is affected..

Fungal skin infections can cause a variety of different skin rashes. Some are red, scaly and itchy. Others may produce a fine scale, similar to dry skin. The fungus can affect just one area, or several areas of your body.

Ringworm of the body (Tinea corporis)

Tinea Facei

This often affects exposed parts of your body, such as your arms, legs or face, and causes a red, ring-shaped rash. Ringworm is contagious. You can catch it by coming into contact with somebody who already has ringworm or touching contaminated items, such as clothing or bedding. 

Ringworm of the groin (Tinea cruris)
This is also called ‘jock itch’ because it’s more common in young men. This is because the scrotum and thigh are in close contact and create conditions in which fungi can thrive. It can also affect women if they wear tight clothing. It can cause an itchy, red rash in your groin and the surrounding area.

Yeast infections
Some fungal skin infections are caused by yeast infections, such as the following.

Intertrigo is a yeast infection that you can get in the folds of your skin, such as on your abdomen (tummy), if you're overweight. It's often caused by the yeast Candida albicans. It affects areas where your skin presses or rubs together and can cause chafing. If you have intertrigo, your skin may turn red or brown and if it’s very moist, it can start to break down.

Pityriasis versicolor (Tinea versicolor)
This condition is caused by a type of yeast called Malassezia. It’s quite common and usually affects young adults after they reach puberty. If you have pityriasis versicolor, your back, upper arms and torso may have patches of scaly, itchy and discoloured skin. This is usually dark brown or white colour. If you have darker skin, it may lose some of its colour.

Thrush (Candida albicans)
C. albicans is a common fungus that often lives in your mouth, stomach, skin and women’s vaginas. Usually it doesn't cause any problems. However, when the immunty is low in conditions like, diabetes, prgnancy and immunosuppression state the yeast can multiply and cause the symptoms of thrush.

Oral Thrush

A thrush infection often looks like small white patches, which leave a red mark if you rub them off. In women, vaginal thrush can cause itchiness and a white discharge.
Thrush can also affect newborn babies in their mouth and this is called oral thrush. It's easy to mistake the white patches for milk. It isn't usually serious, but babies with thrush in their throats may stop feeding properly. Babies may also develop thrush in the nappy area.
So it is important to get these conditions treated.

For Complete Daignosis , Contact Dr.Sravani Sandhya at Aura Skin & Hair Clinic.

Clinic Address:

Aura Skin & Hair Clinic
50-49-43/4 TPT Colony
Opp Hindu Press,


+91 9177799077

Book Appointment Through Online or Our Facebook Page.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Best Chemical Peels in vizag, only at Aura Skin Clinic.

Check out our new explainer videos on chemical peels and its benefits.

At Aura You Experience Nothing But The Best in Health Care. We Currently have the best skin peels in vizag, always make sure you consult our dermatologist prior to the procedure for better results.

 Visit us or Call now +91 9177799077 to Book Appointment.

Dr. Sravani Sandhya M.B.B.S, M.D DVL
Aura Skin & Hair Clinic,
TPT Colony, Opp Hindu Press,
Visakhapatnam - 13