The eternal desire of a woman to love and be loved can be mercilessly stopped by such cruel enemies in the struggle for personal happiness as sagging skin, wrinkles, striae or stretch marks. Even innocent freckles or moles are not perceived by everyone as an ornament of appearance, especially in the case of hyperpigmentation or hypertrophied nevi.

And career, and success, and even unearthly love lose their meaning if a person suffers from physical ailments or cosmetic problems, if the disease undermines health and self-confidence and shortens an already short-lived and fleeting life. Our first wish to our family and friends is good health for many years. Health in itself is a great value. But, hardly anyone will undertake to challenge the idea that health is also the key to beauty. Radiant fresh skin, lively shine of hair, strong nails, elastic body serve as an ornament at any age. This gift of nature testifies to full health. But how to save it, how to preserve health and beauty for many years, despite all the vicissitudes of life and adverse factors that await us at every step.

Aesthetic deficiencies may manifest due to genetic predisposition and be inherited. Problematic or sensitive skin, a tendency to rosacea, hyperhidrosis, hyperpigmentation and the formation of freckles basically have a natural predisposition to these diseases.

The general condition of the body, transferred or chronic diseases of internal organs and systems cause a skin reaction in the form of excessive sweating, hyperkeratosis, stretch marks, cellulite, scars on the skin, post-acne.

Finally, the natural processes of aging and age-related hormonal changes in the body are reflected on the face and body by aesthetic problems in the form of aging skin, wrinkles, stretch marks, cellulite, photoaging of the skin.

Cosmetology comes to the aid in creating an impeccable appearance, designed to help a modern person, helping him to resist the vicissitudes of life in the fight for health in the name of beauty. The history of cosmetology development goes back centuries. Archaeological excavations and documentary historical information confirm the fact that since ancient times people have tried to solve cosmetic problems with the help of special means borrowed from nature. This is how cosmetology was born – the science of health and beauty. Modern cosmetology has absorbed all the best that human knowledge has accumulated about the fight against aesthetic problems. Cosmetology nowadays is allocated to a separate field of medicine, it successfully solves cosmetic problems, returning people the ability to enjoy life again.

The undeniable benefits of civilization, which ensure the comfort of our life, inevitably turn into the evil that nature returns to a person who has encroached on the inviolability of its laws. Stress, poor ecology, modified foods, sedentary lifestyle lead to the development of cosmetic problems: problematic skin, cellulite, rosacea, hyperhidrosis, hyperkeratosis, hyperpigmentation, premature aging of the skin and many more manifestations of aesthetic problems.

In the arsenal of modern cosmetology there are many effective means that allow you to successfully fight diseases that lead to aesthetic deficiencies. Owners of sensitive skin covered with vascular “stars”, anyone who has unenviable scars on the skin or other aesthetic flaws in their appearance should rely on the achievements of modern medicine, which literally works wonders in restoring lost youth and beauty.

Cosmetology is armed with advanced scientific developments, equipment, techniques and preparations, with the help of which it is possible to eliminate photoaging of the skin, hyperhidrosis, hyperkeratosis, cellulite, post-acne and many other aesthetic shortcomings in a relatively short period of time.

In a special section of the Medical Directory of Diseases of our website, it is described in more detail about existing cosmetic problems and ways to eliminate them.

plantar hyperkeratosis

Plantar Hyperkeratosis

Plantar hyperkeratosis is excessive keratinization and thickening of the epidermis in the area of the plantar surface of the feet. Hyperkeratosis of the feet is characterized by coarsening and dryness of the skin, the appearance of callosities, painful and bleeding cracks. Diagnosis is based on an external examination of the feet by a dermatologist, podiatrist…

hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis (from the Greek “hyper” – excessive, elevated, “hidros” – sweat) is profuse sweating that occurs regardless of physical factors: increased motor activity, overheating, high ambient temperature or others. Sweating is a physiological process of the sweat glands secreting a watery secretion (sweat) that constantly occurs in the human body. The process of sweating protects…

sweaty hands

Sweaty Hands

Sweaty hands are a violation of the functioning of the eccrine sweat glands located in the skin of the palm surfaces of the hands, which is accompanied by increased sweating. Constantly cold, wet hands disrupt the social interaction of people, in severe cases they become an obstacle to mastering a number of professions. The diagnosis…

ingrown hair

Ingrown Hair

Ingrown hair is a change in the growth of the hair, in which its shaft remains under the skin and grows in the opposite direction. Ingrown hairs appear in places of frequent removal of unwanted hair (on the face, legs, neck, armpit, pubic area) and are defined as a site of swelling, inflammation, redness and…

freckles

Freckles

Freckles (ephelids) are small, multiple, yellowish-brownish pigmented spots of rounded shape, localized mainly on open areas of the body (face, shoulders, arms, back, chest). The first rashes of freckles usually appear at the age of 5-6, reaching a maximum during puberty, the cause of their occurrence is a hereditary factor. The number  increases many times…

atrophic scar

Atrophic Scar

Atrophic scar is a connective tissue defect located below the level of a healthy skin. Such a scar has the appearance of an altered depigmented area of the dermis, often with transverse striation, which sinks in comparison with neighboring tissues. The skin above it is thinned. Stretch marks serve as a kind of atrophic scars.…