Skin care tips for acne prone skin

Acne Prone Skin is so difficult, to handle, to see, to face others. We know how difficult is dealing with acne can be. You don’t feel like going out anywhere in public place or being seen, and you’ve probably tried every possible remedy. We can totally sympathize. So, we have put together some amazing  skin care tips for acne prone skin for you & you will see improvement in your acne as well. • WASH YOUR FACE TWICE A DAY It is incredibly important to wash your face daily when you have acne prone skin. Wash once in the morning before going out or putting on a makeup and again at night before getting into bed. Clean your face gently, as trauma to the acne breakouts may worsen the acne or cause scarring. Also when washing your face, use your hands as any terry cloth or other scrubbing material may cause acne sores to rupture. • MOISTURIZE Keeping your skin moisturized is very important. Washing your face is vital too, but the thing is, washing your skin pulls away much of the necessary oils in the skin. Follow up each wash with light, non-comedogenic moisturizers, which do not aggravate acne. They are oil free moisturizers that contain anti-bacterial agents for acne-prone skin. • NO PICKING Avoid picking at any blemishes on your face as picking can result in further inflammation and possible scarring. When you pop a pim

What are Freckles? • Freckles are flat, beige, small tan or light-brown circular spots on sun-exposed skin. • Freckles are usually more common in people with a face of red-headed, fair complexion less-pigmented individuals which may appear on people as young as 1 or 2 years of age. • Freckles are uniform- they may be reddish, yellow, tan, light brown, brown, or black — but they are basically slightly darker than the surrounding skin. • Freckles are quite harmless and never develop into skin cancer. • Most freckles are produced by exposure to ultraviolet light and typically lighten in the winters. • Unusual-appearing freckles may become malignant skin cancer. • They mostly affect people with lighter skin tone because for the people with darker skin tones, melanin deposition is a natural skin defense which ends up resulting in pigmentation or dark spots. • Peculiar appearing or symptomatic colored or pigmented spots should be examined by your dermatologist. • Treatments are available to help lighten or eliminate bothersome freckles. Treatments at Kutiz Skin Clinic For faster and better results, one should go for medical treatments only. Some of the best offered treatments at Kutiz Skin Clinic are- • Microdermabrasion Microdermabrasion involves creating abrasions on the skin surface to enable faster ski

Everybody dream of a healthy, supple skin, but with pollution, dust and infection that cause germs around us, it becomes very hard to maintain perfect skin health. Quite often we end up falling prey to skin infections or skin disorders, which can be temporary or permanent, and may be painless or painful & sometimes genetic as well, while some skin conditions can be minor, and others can indicate a more serious issue. Common skin infections can be caused due to a variety of infectious agents and each infection has its own symptoms and reasons. It is said that skin is our first line of defense and protecting the body from infections is one of its most important functions. There are several kinds of infections including bacterial, fungal and viral. Let us take a look at some of these infections-   Bacterial Infections:

  1. Boils
  • caused by a germ (staphylococcal bacteria) entering body through tiny nicks or cuts in the skin or can travel down the hair to the follicle.
  • skin turns red in the area of the infection, and a tender lump develops as pus.
  • occurs on face, neck, armpits, shoulders, and buttocks.


  1. Carbuncles
  • caused by Staphylococcus aureusbacteria ,entering the skin

Most people love spending time outside on a bright sunny day – Soaking in warmth and much-needed goodness from the sun. But you just need to be careful, prolonged exposure may lead to a series of skin problems, including sun spots- also known as solar lentigines, these are flat, darkened spots on skin that appears due to sun exposure that worsens every time you come in contact with even the slightest trace of Ultraviolet (UV) rays. People often tend to worry more about the visible changes sun damage causes to our face, but in truth, one should be concerned about the changes sun exposure causes on the rest of the body as well. If you’re seeing white spots on skin, white patches, light spots, dark spots, or other age spots from sun exposure, here’s what you need to know to improve their appearance.   Preventing sunspots Best and the only way to prevent sunspots is to limit your exposure to UVA and UVB rays. To prevent sunspots:

  • Don’t use tanning beds.
  • Apply sunscreen before going outdoors.
  • Reapply sunscreen regularly as directed.
  • Choose cosmetics with an SPF.
  • Cover your skin with clothing.

  Professional cure Here’s how you and your dermatologist can work towards getting rid of them:  

  • Laser resurfacing This procedure is expen

Wow, the beauty of monsoon! There’s nothing like the showers of monsoon to bring joys to our life. Is there anyone who doesn’t love to get drenched and soaked in the drizzle that has been awaited for long? However, with the onset of monsoon comes an ideal breeding season for bacteria, viruses and fungi. Fungal infection tops the list of skin diseases in monsoon. Excessive humidity in air and sweating tends to favor fungus to grow and multiply at a rapid rate. Fungal infection most affects areas like mouth, armpits, genitals, under the breasts, webs between fingers and toes, etc. Fungal infection can give rise to rash, eruptions, redness, burning, intolerable itching and abnormal discharges at times. Types of fungal infections:

  • Athlete’s foot
  • Ringworm (Tinea Cruris)
  • Tinea capitis
  • Nail infection

Some useful tips for you this  monsoon :

  • Hygiene is important to keep fungal infection at bay. Try to take bath twice or atleast once and change your inner garments daily.
  • Fungal infection iscommunicable, one should not share towels, handkerchief, and inner garments with anybody. Rinse your new clothes before trying them on.
  • Wear cotton clothes as cotton tends to absorb moisture, keeping your body dry. Synthetic fibers tend to cause fungal infection as they don’t allow skin

Everybody wants to have younger, smoother skin. To achieve this we at Kutiz provide Photofacial- a skin treatment which treats skin blemishes and pigmentation issues. It is a treatment of skin which is a light-based technology to boost collagen, lighten brown spots, and diminishes broken capillaries. Photofacials are available in two forms- the Intense-Pulsed Light (IPL) and the Light-Emitting Diode (LED). In order to get the results you hope to achieve, it’s important to understand the difference between these facial rejuvenation technologies before you book an appointment at Kutiz. For a fast way to clear up acne or diminish certain blemishes, freckles, or wrinkles, your best bet is to book an LED (often referred to as a Non-IPL) treatment. For a lot of serious skin conditions, your best bet is to book IPL.   Intense-Pulsed Light (IPL) Treatments If you’re looking for a one-time treatment for a major breakout of acne or you want to get rid of unsightly wrinkles, your best option is to book an IPL (intense-pulsed light) treatment. It acts on the deeper layers of skin, creating it ideal for treating sun damage, broken capillaries & other skin impurities. It can treat a variety of skin conditions such as brown spots, broken capillaries, spider veins, and facial redness.   Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Treatments If