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Let's face it part-01

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This presentation is about Skin Care and prepared by Dr. T. A. Rana.

This presentation is about Skin Care and prepared by Dr. T. A. Rana.

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  • 1.
    • Dr. T.A. RANA
    • MBBS, M.D. (Skin & VD)
    • Dermatologist & Cosmetic Laser Surgeon
    • Consultant at Shri Ram Hospital & Heart Institute, Delhi
    • Vinayak Hospital, Sec-27, Noida (U.P.)
  • 2.
    • Growing up means emotional & mental changes but also brings along
    • limitless opportunities & exciting times ahead.
            • Face the world on own terms.
            • Aspirations to fulfill dreams.
            • High spirited, enthusiastic, in pursuit of
            • fun but responsibly …live it up with ambition.
            • ‘ Taste the moment’.
            • Right here, Right now.
    Welcome to the World of Teens
  • 3.
    • Break free of restrictions… seek own space …
    • Value freedom and self- expression.
    • Self-confidence and a positive persona.
    • Build a better tomorrow but enjoy today.
    Welcome to the World of Teens
  • 4.
  • 5.
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  • 9.
  • 10. Why this ?
    • Today’s Youth is
        • Educated
        • Intelligent
        • Self – sufficient
        • Career conscious…
  • 11.
    • And
    • CONFIDENCE is all about –
    • Balance of looking & feeling good.
    • being healthy.
    • and of course, hard work .
    Key to successful tomorrow is CONFIDENCE
  • 12.
    • Epidermis – Uppermost layer of the skin. Acts as a shield against dirt, harmful particles, etc…
    • Dermis – Collagen, Elastin and Sebaceous Glands. It provides resilience, elasticity natural moisturizer to the skin.
    • Subcutaneous Fat – Provides cushioning and insulation.
    Unmasking Skin
  • 13. Understanding your skin
    • Dry Skin
    • Due to low level of sebum secretion it feels tight and uncomfortable on
    • washing.
    • Tends to crack if not moisturized.
    • Worsens with wind & extremes of temperature.
    • Appears dull.
    • May show thin expression lines.
    • Imbalance in skin lipids causes dry skin,
    • which could be aggravated with soaps.
  • 14. Understanding your skin
    • Normal Skin –
    • Soft, Smooth , Even Tone, No blemishes , No visible pores ,
    • No greasy patches, Not very dry or very oily.
    • Oily Skin –
    • Dull appearance , Prone to Blackheads, Coarse pores & Pimples, Embarrassing blemishes with unwanted shine.
    • A great advantage of oily skin is that
    • it ages slowly.
  • 15.
    • Combination Skin
    • Combination of oily and dry skin.
    • The centre zone panel consisting of the nose, forehead and chin
    • called the “T Zone” is greasy.
    • The remaining portions including the cheeks , mouth and the area
    • around the eyes are dry.
    • Such skin poses a dilemma for skin care.
    • Did you know?
    • As you get older turnover slows down from 20 days
    • (in young adults) to 30 days (in adults).
    Understanding your skin
  • 16. Common Skin Problems What to do with open pores? Got a dry , patchy skin Cream or lotion Will I ever have Acne free skin? Oily skin with unwanted shine Moisturizer vs No Moisturizer
  • 17. Common Skin Problems What is good for my skin? Screening advice & available information Pimples, black heads, Unwanted shine My skin looks just fine don’t need to do anything … Soap vs face wash
  • 18.
    • Skin is the Outward appearance of who we are or what we are.
    • Quality of skin can seriously influence the Social Acceptance of it’s owner.
    • But Still has a lot of unanswered questions!!!
    • Looking good to feel good and confident
  • 19. Unmasking Skin
    • SKIN – the largest organ of the body.
    • The total surface area of the skin ranges from
    • 2500 sq. cm. (at birth) to 18,000 sq cm
    • (at adulthood).
    • Total weight of skin is about 4.8 kgs in men
    • and 3.2 kgs in women.
    • The thickness of skin varies – thinnest on the
    • eyelids and thickest on the palms of hands and
    • feet.
  • 20. Why do we need to take care of Skin?
    • Because the SKIN…
    • Is the first line of defense.
    • Appreciation of senses – touch, pain and temperature.
    • Provide thermoregulation with the help of sweat glands & blood vessels.
    • Protects from physical & chemical injury like UV rays.
    • Prevents water loss.
    • Synthesizes Vitamin D.
  • 21.
    • Bad, uncared for skin can lead to
        • low self esteem
        • lack of confidence
      • affecting the growing minds scope of performance and chances of success.
    Why do we need to take care of Skin?
  • 22. Why now?
    • My skin was perfectly fine earlier. Why Now?
    • There are lot of reasons that cause changes in the skin, like:
    • Non medical reasons:
    • Environment - Pollution, dust, etc….
    • Seasonal Changes - too much of heat or cold humidity, etc…
    • Changes in the life style, Improper diet, Stress, etc..
    • Wrong usage of skin care products, Excessive sun exposure, etc….
    • Medical reasons:
    • Changes in the hormones,
    • Menstrual Cycle, Drugs – taken for Medical reasons, Pills, etc.
  • 23. THANK YOU

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