Rosacea treatment

Rosacea Rosacea is a common condition characterized by symptoms of facial flushing and a variety of other signs, including redness, coarseness of skin, papules and pimples an eruption resembling acne. Patients are likely to have a background of facial flushing, often dating to childhood or the early teens. It is commonly present in fair-skinned individuals. Usually, it only affects the face and eyes, especially around the nose, cheeks and chin and in between the brow.


Eczema Eczema is a general term for many types of skin inflammation (dermatitis). Eczema/dermatitis can be either acute or chronic or both. When acute, one sees a rapidly evolving red rash which may be blistered and swollen. When chronic, one sees a longstanding irritable area that gets darker than the surrounding skin and looks much thickened and scratched.


psoriasis1 Psoriasis is a skin condition characterized by inflamed, red, raised areas that often develop as silvery scales. Psoriasis is a persistent, long-lasting or chronic disease. You may have periods when your psoriasis symptoms improve or go into remission alternating with times when it worsens. Can occur at any age, but it is generally seen between 20 to 50 years of age. It can affect any area of the body, the most common being, the scalp, elbows, knees, back, nails, palms and soles.


Urticaria Itch is an irritation in the skin that elicits an urge to scratch. It is a common problem and can be localized (limited to one area of the body) or generalized (occurring all over the body or in several different areas). Complications of itching skin depend on the underlying disease, disorder and condition. Identifying and treating the underlying cause of itching skin is important to minimize any potential complications. In some cases, itching skin itself can lead to complications, especially if the itch-scratch cycle is severe and leads to a breakdown of the skin.

Hypertrophic Scars

Hypertrophic Scars A scar is the body’s natural way of healing and replacing damaged skin, usually composed of fibrous tissue. Following a skin injury sometimes the wound heals with production of excess repair tissue i.e. collagen, which then gets deposited in these scars resulting in either a hypertrophic or a keloid scar. Hypertrophic scars tend to regress in time becoming flatter and smoother however keloids may continue to expand in size for decades. Hypertrophic scars – In hypertrophic scars the excess collagen is deposited within the borders of the original injury. They may be painful and itchy and can occur in any area of the body. These scars may also appear red, and are usually thick and elevated.

Seborrheic dermatitis

Seborrheic dermatitis Seborrheic dermatitis is a common skin disorder characterized by itchy, red skin covered with white or yellow greasy scales. The areas rich in sebaceous glands are more commonly affected by this condition like the scalp, along the hairline, behind the ears, in the ear canal, on the eyebrows, around the nose, and/or on the chest. In infants, the condition is also called “cradle cap,” because of its characteristic scaly appearance on the scalp. Seborrheic dermatitis in this age group usually clears up on its own within the first year. In adults, Seborrheic dermatitis is often referred to as dandruff. The condition is often intermittent

Fungal Infections

fungal-infection Fungal infections are the most common of all skin infections. They are particularly common in hot and humid climates. It is popularly known as ‘Ringworm’. Contrary to many of the other infections affecting humans, the fungi may cause dermatological conditions that do not involve tissue invasion. On the other hand, the skin surface becomes the habitat of some of these fungi and is liable to environmental contamination. The main group of fungal infections causing superficial fungal infections are Dermatophytes Yeasts and Moulds.

Xanthelasma palpebrarum

Xanthelasma palpebrarum Xanthelasma is a yellowish deposit of fat underneath the skin, usually on or around the eyelids. While they are neither harmful nor painful, these minor growths may be cosmetically unacceptable and can be removed. We at Skin Appeal use minimally ablative fractional micro-plasma RF device, the RF Pixel improves your appearance by affecting only a fraction of your skin at a time with thousands of microscopic RF Pixel spots. We have used the treatment successfully in Xanthelasma cases with good response.


leucoderma Vitiligo is characterized by loss of pigment in patches of the body. Vitiligo provides little physical discomfort, though it is often quite distressing. Scientists believe that vitiligo may be an autoimmune process in which the body destroys its own pigment.

Moles/Warts/Skin Tags Removal

Mole The radiofrequency unit is the state-of-the art in Radiosurgery. The versatility, safety, and healing results of the radiosurgical units have received worldwide acclaim and recognition from clinics, hospitals, opinion leaders, and authors in the medical field. The radiofrequency has an easily adjustable power range to “dial-in” the exact level suitable for any given procedure. The ultra-high frequency 4.0 Mhz output minimizes lateral heat production with little or no tissue damage. The effect is rapid healing and excellent Advantages
  • Planning of soft tissue unique to radiosurgery
  • Bacterial free incisions
  • Pressureless incisions
  • Reduced operating time
Designed for maximum, micro-smooth coagulating capability. Ideal for warts, skin tags, subcutaneous tissue and for electrolysis. Best cosmetic result. Fastest healing. Superior healing and cosmetic results. Designed for direct and indirect hemostasis techniques. Does not create charring and necrotic tissue thereby reducing healing time. Tissue does not stick to the instrument hence reducing interruptions in surgery. This can be used to perform both monopolar and bipolar coagulation. Advantages
  • Maximize hemorrhage control
  • Excellent for coagulating
  • Best for warts removal
  • Ideal for skin tags removal