Any skin concern can affect how you feel about yourself. Our dermatologists understand your worries better and offer personalised solutions to gain back your confidence.
Melasma refers to dark-colored patches, or dark skin discoloration on the skin, especially on the face. Treatment involves creams to reduce pigmentation. Our top-notch dermatologists also recommend medication, Camouflage make-up, and other proven services, including Chemical Peel, Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP), Laser & Light treatments, and Microneedling.
Vitiligo is a skin disorder that causes the skin to lose its normal colour. It’s characterised by smooth white areas called macules or patches. The lead Dermatologist will recommend topical or oral medications. We offer personalised services, covering Camouflage Therapy, Repigmentation therapy, Light Therapy, and Surgery.
Rosacea is a common skin condition causing blushing or flushing and visible blood vessels in your face. Our services, including Laser Treatments, help manage the redness, bumps, and other symptoms. We also formulate personalised post-service DIY Skincare Regime to ensure long-lasting results.
Photosensitive Dermatitis Treatments
It is a condition where an individual’s skin develops unusual reactions when exposed to UV radiation, visible light, or both natural and artificial light sources. Typical symptoms include large, itchy red bumps, rashes, blisters, or oozing lesions. Our services start with Ultraviolet (UV) or Photopatch Testing, followed by devising therapeutic & preventive measures. Check out Kosmoderma Photo-protect Sunscreen Gel.
It’s an autoimmune condition leaving inflamed scaly patches all over the body. If not treated, eruptions cause severe itchiness and pain, leading to deformity. It can further lead to cardiovascular disease, psoriatic arthritis, and type 2 diabetes. Our medical expertise covers topical therapy, light therapy, and oral or injected medications for treating all types of psoriasis.
Contact dermatitis is red and itchy rashes that appear on the skin as a result of allergic response. An allergic reaction is not life-threatening but could be extremely irritating, drawing your attention towards it away from your work and personal engagements. Normally, these rashes disappear in two to four weeks. To accelerate the recovery, our expert dermatologist recommends oral medications and ointments.
Connective Tissue Disorders
Connective tissue disorders like systemic lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, and dermatomyositis affect the skin, joints, muscles, and other organs. They are characterised by muscle weakness and distinctive skin rashes and joint pains. Our services cover administering oral and injectable medications to help reduce morbidity associated with the disease.