Published On: Thu, Jun 30th, 2016

3 Monsoon skin problems and remedies



The monsoon season is very beautiful with rain-drenched landscapes, romantic drives, and cozy evenings with loved ones. Monsoon is charming, but the rains carry together with it a torrent of health issues that can be absolutely uncomfortable.


The most common of infections all through monsoon are facial folliculitis (a soreness of the hair follicles), acne and ringworm. The reason behind this kind of infections is widely bacterial or fungal. People are much vulnerable to infections all through this season because of extreme sweating, dehydration, photo-toxic effects of the sun and, obviously, humidity.


The perfect way to keep away from these issues would be to endeavor and keep dehydrated and shun surplus perspiration. Getting usual and much-repeated baths can be useful. In addition, be cautious of employing public toilets, where because of lesser hygiene one is bare to infections. Maintain the body hydrated by drinking 10-12 glasses of water and as well use the abundance of moisturizers to keep your skin dry.

Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating:


Hyperhidrosis is a medical state featured by extreme sweating in the armpits, palms, soles of the feet, face, scalp, and torso. This kind of states can become bad all through monsoon and direct to body smell and additionally infections.


The good cure is Botox injections in the spot that decreases the sweating. Everyone has the idea of Botox as the speculate wrinkle-buster but devoid of its cosmetic uses, it is medically employed to treat numerous nerve and muscle-related disorders. But it is not a treatment, only a therapy. Apart from that, personal hygiene requires being the attention of.

Pigmentation/patchy uneven skin:

Hyperpigmentation is featured by a cast a shadow of a place of skin because of the overproduction of a pigment in the skin recognized as melanin. It is moderately frequent and typically risk-free. Hyperpigmentation is the effect of either of two happenings — one, an unusually elevated amount of melanocytes produce melanin, and other, when melanocytes are hyperactive because of sun contact.


A good way is to shun the sun contact as more as probable. For the people who have no option but to depart into the sun, there are a variety of medications and laser therapies accessible to treat the situation. Ensure you discuss with a dermatologist prior to selecting anything.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.