Skin

  • LifestyleHow seasonal shifts affect your skin

    How seasonal shifts affect your skin

    New Delhi: As the weather changes, most of us notice changes in the texture and appearance of our skin as well. A shift from dry to oily feeling, increase in skin flare ups…

  • Top Stories

    Quarantine stamps at airports causing allergic reactions on the skin!

    Hyderabad: Quarantine stamps, related to mandatory COVID-19 safety measures at airports, are resulting in severe allergic reactions on the skin, several international passengers claim. Currently, all the international passengers arriving at any international…

  • NewsAnxiety can harshly impact your skin, hair

    Anxiety can harshly impact your skin, hair

    New Delhi: The lockdown has resulted in stress for a lot of people – stress of being cooped inside for weeks together; the uncertainty looming large has taken a toll on peoples…

  • LifestyleWoman looking on her skin at bathroom

    How your psyche affects your skin health

    New Delhi: The skin and the mind are intricately related. The story is more complex than the proverbial appearance of “dark circles under the eyes” if you have not slept well. A…

  • Healthrashes

    These skin conditions can be symptoms of coronavirus

    New Delhi: Some skin conditions can be considered as the symptoms of coronavirus. These include HivesBumpsBlotches Toes discolouration hives [Representational photo]bumps [Representational photo]Rashes [Representational photo] It is reported that rashes can appear…

  • Top Storiesface mask

    Suffering skin damage from face masks? Experts offer remedies

    BY BHARAT UPADHYAY New Delhi: Doctors, nurses and healthcare personnel fighting COVID-19 from the front lines have to spend many hours a day wearing face masks. Although it offers invaluable protection, health experts…

  • Lifestyle

    Take these steps for better skin during and after pregnancy

    New Delhi:In the process of bringing a new life into the world, a woman goes through many emotional and physical changes, and following a self-care routine will help you take the best…

  • HealthCancer

    Gay, bisexual men more likely to suffer skin cancer

    New York: Gay and bisexual men are more likely to suffer skin cancer than straight men, according to a study. According to the researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital in the US,…

  • Health

    Half of lupus rashes harbour high levels of bacterial infections

    Washington: Lupus is a long-term autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissue. Scientists have found one side effect of lupus, that it could also…

  • Lifestyle

    Best kept secrets for healthy skin

    New Delhi:Healthy and radiant skin is not something you can achieve in a week or even a month! A mix of healthy habits, and daily routines can contribute to better, healthier skin…

  • Crime and Accident

    Three men transporting a tiger skin arrested in Kolkata

    Kolkata: Three persons were arrested near the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass here on Thursday and a tiger skin seized from them, officials said. Following a tip-off, a joint team of the Eastern Region…

  • Health

    Chronic inflammation turns skin-protecting antibody into tumour

    London: One of the skin’s defences against environmental assault can help tumours to grow when skin is exposed to chronic inflammation, researchers have found. The IgE antibody is most commonly known for…

  • Worldarrested

    Indonesian arrested selling Sumatran tiger skin

    Banda Aceh: An Indonesian caught trying to sell the skin of a critically endangered Sumatran tiger has been arrested, police said Monday, highlighting the problem of animal trafficking in the Southeast Asian…

  • News

    Why some cosmetics may cause a skin rash

    New York: Do you know why many different chemical compounds found in creams, cosmetics, and other topical consumer products trigger allergic reactions in the skin? The way some chemicals displace natural fat-like…

  • Science

    Researchers develop colour-changing smart skin

    Washington D.C. [USA]: After conducting a research on smart skins of animals like chameleons, researchers develop a flexible smart skin that changes its colour when comes in contact with sunlight and heat.…

  • World

    US woman who shed weight left with 9 kg excess skin

    Oklahoma/New Delhi: A woman in Oklahoma in the US lost 18.5 stone (over 8 kg) naturally over three years instead of going in for surgery, but ended up with loose folds of excess…

  • DelhiDelhi, most polluted city in the world: AQI ranking

    30% rise in skin problems due to pollution

    New Delhi: With the air quality worsening in the Delhi-NCR region, health experts on Wednesday revealed that doctors have observed 30 per cent jump in skin related problems here. Toxic high pollution…

  • Health

    Here’s how fat do wonders to your skin

    Washington: While most of us prefer keeping our distance from oil, researchers say that consuming oil in a well-balanced ketogenic diet is actually beneficial for your skin. “This study leads to a…

  • Health

    Here is how sun damages our skin: study

    Washington: Researchers have discovered the mechanism through which ultraviolet radiation, emitted by the sun, damages our skin. The study was published in the journal ‘ Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials’. What kind…

  • Health

    Skin nerves anticipate and fight infection: study

    Washington: A recent discovery revealed that pain-sensing nerves help fight skin infections and prevent its spread, suggesting a new type of immunity. “These pain-sensing nerves can detect pathogens, and for the first…

  • News

    Ladies, are you monsoon ready?

    New Delhi: The monsoon season brings relief from the scorching sun, but it also brings along allergies, infections, frizzy hair, germs and more. Take care of your body from head to toe,…

  • News

    Superwoman wants late night show to be ‘ray of light’

    Mumbai:It’s not everyday that a woman of colour lands a chance to be a late night host on primetime American television. So, YouTube sensation Lilly Singh aka Superwoman, whose show “A Little…

  • Health

    Swimming in oceans might increase likelihood of skin infection

    Washington: However refreshing and fun it might be to swim in an ocean, new research has pointed out that it alters the skin microbiome and is associated with an increased likelihood of…

  • News

    Keep your babies sun safe in summer, say experts

    New Delhi: It is always fun to have some outdoor time with children, but ensuring that they are safe from the sun is very important, say experts. Rajesh Vohra, CEO – Artsana…

  • News

    Here’s why you should apply sunscreen indoors too

    New Delhi: It’s a known fact that sunscreen saves your skin from the adverse effects of UV rays. Applying it while stepping out of your house is a must, but you need…

  • News

    Simple body care tips for moms-to-be

    New Delhi: For some women, pregnancy brings a healthy glow but for others it may bring many skin issues like temporary acne break-outs, itchy skin and pigmentation. Have healthy and nutritious food…

  • News

    Tips to keep skin healthy in pollution

    New Delhi: Considering the level of pollution, keeping one’s skin healthy can be tough. Cleansing and using ayurvedic herbs such as Neem and Tulsi is important, say experts. Taruna Yadav, Ayurveda Doctor,…

  • News

    Natural ingredients can protect baby’s skin in summer

    Being a parent, you might always be anxious and concerned about your little one, and being a new parent comes with a different set of worries, especially during seasonal changes. You are…

  • News

    Don’t let summer wreak havoc to skin, hair

    New Delhi: With the switch in season from a colder to a warmer climate, it is crucial to change your hair care and skincare routine. Gunjan Jain, National Educational Manager, Cheryl’s Cosmeceuticals,…

  • News

    Work on getting the perfect skin for D-Day

    New Delhi: The bridal glow is every bride’s dream. Don’t let the harsh summer come in your way, and work your way towards it by keeping yourself hydrated and moisturised, say experts.…

Back to top button