Our appearance is something we take pride in. Though notions of beauty differ from person to person, there is one thing that unites them all – health. A healthy-looking appearance is universally attractive, which is why genetics or environmental factors that cause common beauty dilemmas such as acne or hair loss can be so frustrating. They are holding you back from being your best self, and in some cases can be very difficult to deal with on your own.
When your problems are so complicated that a simple lifestyle change can’t help, you need to seek professional help. Medicine has advanced far, which is why you should seek out these clinical solutions.
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Clinical Solutions for Acne and Other Skin Conditions
Whether your acne is due to hormonal changes or genetics, the effect is the same: good habits are simply not enough. It doesn’t seem like anything you do helps. Over the counter face, creams are useless, washing your face doesn’t lessen them, and the best thing you can do is try to cover them up with make-up. If you experience this persistent acne, you likely have:
- Nodulocystic acne, where large cystic acne appears in clusters or by itself on the face, back, chest, neck, or shoulders.
- Acne Conglobata, where cystic acne connects underneath the skin and causes scarring, though this is rare.
- Acne fulminans, associated with a rise in male hormones, resulting in symptoms such as fever, joint pain, weight loss, swelling of the spleen, and, of course, severe acne.
- Gram-negative folliculitis, an infection that looks like acne, but requires antibiotics to treat.
Going to your GP should be your first step, as each type of acne requires a different treatment. The same applies to sun spots, skin tags, and other skin abnormalities. Some issues can be dealt with through medication like antibiotics, and others will have to be addressed through surgical methods. Whether this is with laser therapy or actual surgery will depend on your specific condition, but the first step to dealing with these abnormalities is to speak with your GP or dermatologist. The more targeted the solution, the faster and more effective you can remove them.
Clinical Solutions for Hair Loss
Hair loss is another beauty dilemma that both men and women face. Though men are more likely to experience complete hair loss, women do still suffer from thinning hair both on their head and on their eyebrows, which is where hair transplants come into play. Just as with skin conditions, the exact solution will depend on your specific condition. In some cases, you might benefit from FUE hair transplants, which is a modern method that extracts hair follicles and transplants them without surgery, meaning you will only be under a local anaesthetic and awake during the procedure. To find the right clinical solution for your condition, you will have to first book an appointment with Harley Street Hair Clinic, so that they can work out a targeted solution for your specific needs.
Clinical solutions combine natural methods with medical treatment, which is why your doctor should be the first person you go to help address common beauty dilemmas like skin conditions or hair loss. Never despair without trying a clinical solution, as these can help address your symptoms at the core and help you be your most beautiful self-possible.
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