Eat Your Way to Glowing Skin

Eat Your Way to Glowing Skin

While putting on a fantastic face cream or smoothing a hair serum works wonders, but for beauty that’s more than skin deep eating fruits and veggies rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals is the answer. There’s a direct connect to the condition of your skin to the kind of foods you eat. Skin is our largest organ and what you put in your mouth, shows up on your skin.

Foods that hurt your skin

If your diet has too much of salt, sugar or alcohol, you skin will look patchy, dry, puffy and old.These tend to constrict the blood vessels which in turn impact the cellular structure of the skin.

Excess sugar in your diet can actually break down the elastin and collagen structure of your skin, leading to fine line and wrinkles.

A that bag chips or extra sprinkling of salt on your salad might be tickle the taste buds, but they do something nasty to the skin – puffiness under the skin.

Deep fried foods can aggravate excess sebum production in your skin. The equation in this case is simple: deep fried food can raise the acidity levels in your gut, which in turn hurts the good bacteria in there leading toxicity. Your body is unable to flush out the toxins leading to excess sebum production and acne breakout.

Coffee is an excellent pick me up, but restrict it to two cups a day. Excess coffee dehydrates your skin like no other. Alcohol is its other partner. Both are great at pulling out water from your body leaving the skin cells dehydrated. Skin looks dry and is prone to early aging.

Foods that restore radiance to your skin

Eating right is very important for your overall health, and when you fill yourself up with the right kind of fruits and vegetables it shows up on your skin. For great skin and hair, you must remember to add the following food essentials including proteins, essential fatty acids (EFA), vitamins A,B,C,D,E, copper, zinc, selenium, iron, folic acid, and most important of all water. Eat foods that have high water content, it naturally provides the skin cells with the necessary moisture, which gives the top layer of your skin the right hydration.

Foods that cure skin woes

Worry: Dehydrated skin that feels taut even after external moisturisation.

Cause: Moisture imbalance in the skin cells.

Beauty food: Cucumber, watermelon, aloe vera juice

How it cures: These water rich foodshave a thirst quenching and anti-inflammatory properties which provide the skin cells with hydration. Cucumber is a rich source of vitamin B, and is 95% water and rehydrates the body. On the other hand watermelon has 92% water content and is a rich source of lycopene. Both vitamin B and lycopene are important actives for sustaining healthy skin cells.

Worry: Dry, flaky skin

Cause: No emollient on the skin, lack of natural sebum

Beauty food: Tea spoon of olive or coconut oil, handful of almonds and walnuts

How it cures: We need essential fatty acids like Omega 3 and Omega 6 to ensure our skin cells are plump, and body produces natural sebum which forms a protective layer over skin. A handful of walnuts and almonds provide your body with vitamin E, an essential antioxidant that protects the ski from free radicals as well.

Worry: Fine lines that starts as soon as you hit the 30s

Cause: Natural aging process, loss of collagen under the skin

Beauty food: Red grapes, strawberries, pomegranates

How it cures: These three red fruits are rich sources of vitamin A, antioxidants and AHA which all help in slowing down collagen degeneration, fighting cell damaging free radicals, and faster skin cell renewal.

Worry: Patchy skin due to excessive sun exposure

Cause: uneven melanin production, lack of vitamin C in the body

Beauty foods: Amla( Indian gooseberry), tomatoes, kiwi fruits, dark chocolate

How it cures: Amla is one of the most stable sources of vitamin C which is important for balancing out melanin production and has skin lightening properties.Kiwi is also rich in vitamin C and helps fight wrinkles caused by sun damage. Tomatoes are rich in lycopene, an important antioxidant that prevent cellular damage from free radicals. Both tomatoes and amla help in preventing photo damage to the skin caused by sun exposure.

Worry: Acne breakout

Cause: Stress, overactive oil glands, toxin build-up in the body

Beauty food: Chirata, Ginger root, neem, apple cider vinegar, pumpkin seeds

How it cures: Both chirata or Indian gentian, and ginger root help in removing toxins from the body. Soak chirata sticks in water overnight and drink it in the morning daily to detox your body. Neem is a natural antiseptic that prevents bacterial infection on the skin. A teaspoon or two of neem leaf juice might be bitter but very beneficial for clearing out blemishes. Dilute a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and sip through the day – it has a good amount of probiotics that detoxify the body. Add a dash of toasted pumpkin seeds to your salad to get your dose of zinc which helps in drying out pruritic acne.

 

Get the best Consultant  from Dr Chytra V Anand from Bangalore.
 
Email: info@drchytravanand.com
Address: 67/2, Lavelle Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
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Neck Region Treatment

Long slender necks have always been a rage. Be it the extreme trends of the giraffe women who wore neck-pieces to elongate their necks or the multiple exercises to remove the double chin and slender up the neck, the desire to have the allegedly perfect neck has always been in existence.
Now, not all of us are lucky enough to have such necks naturally. While for some the double chin is a default facial structure, for others the fat around the shoulders is enough to make the neck look short. Both of these factors are the major contributors for most of us not having out perfect necks.

At Kosmoderma, we understand these concerns and hence have over time developed procedures to solve this issue. Enlisting a few below:

●  Kosmosculpt: A fat removal procedure which not just removes the stubborn fat pockets but also tightens up the tissues to give the desired body contour.
●  Ultherapy: A tissue tightening and rejuvenation procedure which tightens up the loose skin in the target areas in order to contour them.
●  HiFu: Similar to ultherapy but done with a different machine, the underlying principle, however, remains the same.
●  Thread Lifts: Depending on the requirements, threads are inserted into the areas to lift up the muscles in order to contour the shape.
●  Face Lifts: A broader domain which includes thread lifts as well. Face-lifts can be done both surgically and non surgically by either usage of lasers or radio frequencies or by making incisions to lift up the muscles and removing excess skin and fat.
Other than the aforementioned, procedures are in place for removal of fine lines or wrinkles that occur in the neck region.
The most important thing here as well- make sure you know your cosmetologist well and they know and understand all your medical concerns. Also, make sure that your expectations are not unrealistic or you might have to face disappointment.
Get the best Consultant  from Dr Chytra V Anand from Bangalore.
 
Email: info@drchytravanand.com
Address: 67/2, Lavelle Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Key things you need to know about Micro ageing

Here’s some news young ladies. Just because you are in your 20’s does not mean your skin is safe from the ravages of time.While it may not be visible, by the time you hit your 25th year your skin’s natural aging process gets takes on little speed. The signs of decline start to show up there after. This is called micro-ageing.

Micro Ageing

What happens in micro-ageing?

Micro-ageing is when you start to notice the first signs of ageing when the skin starts to thin, and gets drier. The collagen structure starts to weaken and there is water loss from the skin’s surface. You also start noticing our pores — that is they get enlarged. In fact, you find your skin acting up. It may even experience a see saw effect — getting dry on some days and getting oily on others. Skin also starts to lose its natural lustre.

Why does this happen?

Our mothers had it better. Their skin was definitely showed signs of aging much later than what we do today. That was because of the cleaner, less polluted and less stressed lifestyle they led. Our skin is exposed to more skin stressors than their generation. Whether it is pollution, smoke, alcohol, UV rays, the exposure is as bad as it can get. These impact the skin on two levels — first weakens the skin’s natural barrier, and second starts depleting the collagen structure.

How do you deal with micro-ageing?

Your main goal should be preserve and protect your skin. You have to ensure that your skin is never dehydrated. The natural building blocks which are supported by essential fatty acid are sustained with the right care.

  1. Keep your skin healthy by taking in fruits and vegetables along with foods that have essential fatty acids like ghee, nuts, fish, and healthy oils.
  2. Keep skin hydrated at all times. Drink enough water and use moisturizing products on your skin.
  3. Creamy cleansers should be your first step to keep the skin clean. It should be non-drying. A good cleanser will never leave your skin feeling taut after washing off.
  4. Avoid a toner, instead use a serum. Serums have higher concentration of skin saving actives. Use a vitamin C infused product to fight sun damage on the skin.
  5. Use a moisturizer without fail. If your skin is oily, then use a gel-based moisturizer to maintain the hydration barrier.
  6. Sunscreen is a must over your moisturizer. You can also use a sunscreen-based moisturizer.
  7. Use a gentle scrub once a week to remove the skin-dulling dead skin layer.
  8. You can also opt for a weekly hydrating mask to tone up the skin, and minimize enlarged pores.
  9. Night time moisturization is a must too. At night your skin actually repairs itself, so help with that by using moisturizer with cell rejuvenators.

 

 

Get the best Consultant from Dr Chytra V Anand from Bangalore.

Email: info@drchytravanand.com

Address: 67/2, Lavelle Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001

Hair Loss Treatment

If you’ve noticed that your hair is getting progressively thinner, ignoring the issue is by far the worst action you can take. While some hair loss problems can resolve themselves, some will simply get worse as time goes on.

Hair Loss
Many people suffer from hair loss due to various factors like:
  1. Stress
  2. Prolonged illness
  3. Nutritional deficiency (Crash diets that lack sufficient protein, Iron and Vitamins)
  4. Hormonal imbalance – thyroid gland problems (either overactive or under active)
  5. Chemical and Physical stress to the hair shaft from Hair Coloring, Perming, Permanent
  6. straightening or lengthening
  7. Severe emotional Stress
  8. Infection of the scalp – Fungal infections and Medications.
 
Kosmoderma
We offer personalized hair care and treatments based on your genetic profile and hair structure. 
 
Treatments like Low level Laser therapy, Dermaoller, Growth factor Scalp Infusions and /or Hair Transplant will be recommended along with Hair Serum and Nutritional supplements.
 
 
Get the best Consultant for Hair Loss Treatment  from Dr Chytra V Anand from Bangalore.
 
Email: info@drchytravanand.com
 
Address: 67/2, Lavelle Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
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Get Rid Of Wrinkles Permanently

Facial wrinkles can range from fine lines to deep creases and folds and can appear anywhere on your face.
UV light contributes to this phenomenon by breaking down the elastin and collagen in your skin, causing your skin to become weaker and droop.
Of course, sun damage, poor nutrition, dehydration, smoking, and other factors can increase your chance of getting wrinkles or make the wrinkles you have, worse..

1. Get Enough Sleep:

You’ve heard the phrase “beauty sleep” before. Turns out, it’s a real thing. Studies have shown that women who get less sleep have more wrinkles. In fact, women who slept only five hours per night had twice the wrinkles of those who slept seven or more hours.

2. Add Your Omega-3s:

Omega 3 fatty acids — the kind found in oily fish like salmon and mackerel — are fantastic for preventing wrinkles.
Adding Omega 3s to your diet is also one of the easiest — and most delicious — ways to prevent lines and wrinkles from forming.

3. Use Facial Oils:

Dry, irritated skin succumbs to wrinkles and fine lines faster than well-moisturized skin. Make sure your skin has the moisture it needs to remain smooth, radiant, and youthful by adding facial oils to your daily skin-care regimen.
One of the best ways to get rid of wrinkles on your face, facial oils have been used for centuries by women who wished to remain younger-looking, longer.
To try this solution, reach for a high-quality facial oil that features pure, botanical ingredients, like Teami Blends Teami Soothe Facial Oil.

4. Get Your Vitamin C:

Vitamin C is essential for smooth, wrinkle-free skin. Vitamin C fights free radicals that attack skin, causing premature aging and even protects against sun damage from UV rays.
Vitamin C is found in high amounts in citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, and grapefruits, and also in broccoli, strawberries, kiwis, cauliflower, and tomatoes.

5. Apply Retinoids:

One of the best ways to get rid of wrinkles on your face, especially if you have stubborn furrows, is to apply retinoids, a derivative of vitamin A.
Retinoids increase your skin’s thickness and its ability to spring back into shape, as well as slowing the breakdown of collagen. Importantly, they work on the deepest layer of skin, where stubborn wrinkles often get their start.
You only need a small, pea-sized amount, and you should start with an every-other-night regimen until your skin is accustomed to it. You’ll need to wear sunscreen faithfully, as retinoids can increase sun sensitivity.

6. Try Lemon Juice:

You already know that vitamin C is an important wrinkle-fighter. Harness even more of its power with a simple, do-it-yourself home treatment.
Slice a room-temperature, organic lemon and place the slices on wrinkle-prone areas for 10 minutes. Gently massage the juice in at the end of that time, then rinse lightly and finish with a moisturizer of your choice.
The acid in the lemons will lighten your skin and reduce fine lines, while the vitamin C will encourage an increase of collagen production.

7. Don’t Stress:

Did you know that stress really can age you? Studies show that stress can contribute to premature skin aging like wrinkles, fine lines, and spots.
To keep stress at bay, employ some simple stress-relief rituals into your life. Try meditation, yoga, or mindful breathing. Add exercise to your day to burn off nervous energy.
Indulge in some essential oils that are known for their calmative effects — lavender and vanilla are two of the most popular — and add them to your pulse points, your facial oil, your pillow, or your bath.

8. Put Egg on Your Face:

Egg whites, that is. A simple, homemade masque of beaten egg whites can firm and tone skin in just minutes.
Egg whites contain vitamin A and more than 69 proteins that can help nourish your skin. To do, beat organic egg whites until frothy, then gently pat onto face. Leave for 30 minutes and then gently rinse with warm water.
Although this remedy is effective for a night out, the results are temporary, so you’ll want to supplement this technique with other, more lasting, methods to keep your skin looking its best from day to day.

9. Tone, Tone, Tone:

A good toner can keep impurities from building up on your face, hydrate your skin, and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
A simple homemade toner of rosewater and lemon juice can give your skin the radiance and glow you crave. Rosewater is hydrating, and lemon juice has just the right amount of citric acid and vitamin C to help gently encourage cell turnover.
Simply mix a cup of rosewater with the juice of two lemons. Soak a cotton ball in the mixture and dab onto face gently. Let sit for fifteen minutes, then rinse with warm water.

10. Consult a Skin Care Specialist:

If you’re dealing with tough wrinkles or other skin aging issues, it might be useful to seek the help of a skin care professional.
Dermatologists are specialists in helping to prevent skin aging and can help you determine the right regimen for your individual needs and skin type. They can help you determine the best way to get rid of wrinkles on your face that suits your lifestyle and budget.
A good dermatologist will assess your skin’s condition and discuss your concerns and goals before recommending an anti-aging regimen to help reverse, or prevent, further aging of your skin.

Get the best Consultant for Cosmetic Surgery from Dr Chytra V Anand from Bangalore.
 
Email: info@drchytravanand.com
 
Address: 67/2, Lavelle Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
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Cosmetic Surgery in Bangalore – Dr Chytra V Anand

Cosmetic surgery is a unique discipline of medicine focused on enhancing appearance through surgical and medical techniques. Cosmetic surgery can be performed on all areas of the head, neck and body. Because treated areas function properly but lack aesthetic appeal, cosmetic surgery is elective.
Dr Chytra V Anand is an internationally renowned Celebrity Cosmetic Dermatologist.
She is the Founder & CEO of the well-known chain of Kosmoderma Skin & Hair Clinics.
A team of highly qualified and trained doctors and USFDA & European CE approved equipment ensure that you always have a safe and reliable experience at Kosmoderma Clinics.
Benefits of Plastic Surgery
· Increased Self-Confidence. When you look good, you feel good. …
· Improved Physical Health. Some plastic surgery procedures can improve your physical health as well as your looks. …
· Enhanced Mental Health. Mental health benefits can be gained from plastic surgery procedures as well. …
· More Opportunities. …
· Extra Weight Stays Off.
The scope of cosmetic surgery procedures includes:
· Breast Enhancement: Augmentation, Lift, Reduction.
· Facial Contouring: Rhinoplasty, Chin, or Cheek Enhancement.
· Facial Rejuvenation: Facelift, Eyelid Lift, Neck Lift, Brow Lift.
· Body Contouring: Tummy Tuck, Liposuction, Gynecomastia Treatment.
Cosmetic surgery – Statistics & Facts. Cosmetic surgery, also known as aesthetic surgery, is an elective operation that involves improving a person’s appearance. Such operations include liposuctionbreast augmentationrhinoplastyblepharoplasty or eyelid surgery, and rhytidectomy, also known as a face lift.
 
 
Get the best Consultant for Cosmetic Surgery from Dr Chytra V Anand from Bangalore.
 
Email: info@drchytravanand.com
 
Address: 67/2, Lavelle Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
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Breast Implantation by Dr Chytra V Anand

Breast augmentation is an cosmetic surgery which helps to procedure and increase breast size also to enhance breast shape, typically through the placement of silicone or saline breast implants.
Our cosmetic surgeon Dr Chytra V Anand, can provide you the ultimate goal of breast augmentation to enhance the patient’s natural proportions and create a symmetrical, aesthetically pleasing breast profile. The exact procedure is tailored to meet a woman’s individual needs.
There is no “typical” breast augmentation patient, and women choose to have this procedure for many different reasons especially having larger breasts is just one of them.
Breast augmentation is one of the most effective procedures to correct noticeable breast asymmetry, and breast implants can be used to help correct tuberous breast deformities.
Common goals of breast augmentation:
  1. Restoring breast fullness lost after pregnancy & breastfeeding.
  2. Feeling more confident in a swimsuit.
  3. Adding balance to better complement curvy hips.
  4. Enhancing self-image.

Life After Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is an outpatient procedure, typically performed using general anesthesia. You can expect to walk around on your own a few hours after surgery, and most patients feel up to leaving the house within the next day or two.
You may also feel sore first week or so, and you will need to limit  exercise for about 2-4 weeks. Our Dr Chyta V Anand, Cosmetic Surgeon also ask you to wear a supportive surgical bra or sports bra for a certain period of time after breast augmentation—it is crucial to follow your cosmetic surgeon’s instructions to ensure you heal optimally.
If your breast implants are placed partially beneath the pectoral muscle—the preferred method in most cases—your breasts may seem to sit high on the chest at first. This is normal, and your implants will settle into their optimal position over the next several weeks, with final results after a couple of months.
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Cosmetic and Face Reconstructive Surgery Bangalore

Natural-Looking Breast Implants:

Breast augmentation by Dr Chytra is a personalized procedure, and women have different ideas of what looks good. Oversize breast implants have had their moment where more women are opting for moderately sized, teardrop-shaped implants to create natural looking cleavage and some women are even choosing to replace large implants with smaller implants.

Facial Fat Transfer by DR Chytra:

Speaking of using fat to enhance an area of the body, fat can also be used to rejuvenate the facial features. Facial fat transfer is a procedure in which donor fat is harvested from an area of the body (like the abdomen or thighs) and transferred to the face to restore volume, fill in wrinkles and lines and improve the overall appearance of the skin. An added benefit of fat transfer is that the shape of the donor fat area looks slimmer after treatment! We believe plastic surgeons will continue to refine facial fat transfer techniques and find new ways to use fat.

Injectables:

Non-surgical treatment with facial fillers and injectables is becoming more widespread every year. Last year, the use of Botox and soft tissue fillers rose 3 percent and 13 percent, respectively. We predict that non-surgical injectable treatment will remain popular, and more products will be developed to address common age-related cosmetic concerns.

Laser Hair Removal by Dr Chytra V Anand:

With a busy schedule full of personal and professional obligations, any chance to cut down on time-consuming personal care tasks is welcome. After a few laser hair removal treatment sessions, expect a significant reduction in the time spent shaving, tweezing and waxing unwanted hair. That explains why laser hair removal has attracted so much attention and why it will likely remain a very popular procedure.
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Botox Injection Treatment by Dr Chytra

What Is Botox Cosmetic Surgery?

Botox, is used for three main purposes: muscle spasm control, severe underarm sweating and cosmetic improvement. In this article we have achieved with the product called Botox Cosmetic, which contains botulinum toxin type A, human albumin and sodium chloride. Botox Cosmetic is used for the temporary smoothing of glabellar lines, which are the lines between your eyebrows that can make you look tired, unhappy or angry. It is FDA-approved for this use and in this area only. However, it is often used off-label for horizontal forehead lines, crow’s feet, marionette lines at the corners of the mouth and smoker’s lines around the lips. Don’t confuse Botox Cosmetic with inject-able fillers. Dermal fillers work differently, plumping up tissues so that lines and wrinkles diminish or disappear.

 

How Botox Injections Work:

wrinkle in the skin is typically formed perpendicular to a contracting muscle located directly beneath it. Botox Cosmetic is injected into muscles, where it blocks nerve impulses to those tissues. The muscle activity that causes the frown lines is reduced, and a smoother look results. Without a contracting muscle beneath it, the skin has a difficult time wrinkling. Facial lines that exist when your face is totally relaxed are not very good candidates for Botox. These lines are better handled by the dermal fillers. Botox can frequently “soften” these lines but not always get rid of them.

 

Botulinum toxin is also used off-label:

  • Achalasia (an issue with the throat that makes swallowing difficult).
  • Anal fissure and anismus (dysfunction of the anal sphincter).
  • Sialorrhea (producing too much saliva).
  • Allergic rhinitis (hay fever).
  • Sphincter of oddi dysfunction (causes abdominal pain).
  • Cerebral Palsy.
  • Oromandibular dystonia (forceful contraction of the jaw, face, and/or tongue).
  • Laryngeal dystonia (forceful contraction of the vocal cords).

 

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Best Cosmetic Surgery in Bangalore

Dr Chytra V Anand is an internationally renowned Celebrity Cosmetic Dermatologist. She is the Founder & CEO of the well-known chain of Kosmoderma Clinics. Her skill in dealing with all skin types is well known and her impressive client list comprises of prominent personalities from various walks of life, including – Fashion, Films, Corporate, Industrialists and Socialites.

Dr Anand is popularly known as Dr Fix It / Beauty Doc by her patients who travel from other cities and countries to seek her expertise.She is sought after for her advanced and developed sense of aesthetics by patients and other doctors.

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After completing her MBBS in JSS Medical College, Mysore, Dr Anand went to London to study for her higher education. She is a graduate of the prestigious St Johns Institute of Dermatology, Guys & St Thomas’ Hospital, Kings College London, where she earned her Masters in Dermatology. She completed her International Fellowship in Cosmetic Dermatology from Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, USA.

In January 2006, Dr Anand moved back to India from London to pursue her dream of opening a chain of world standard skin and hair clinics that provide effective & affordable care and started a specialist Cosmetic Dermatology clinic and Bangalore’s first MediSpa – Kosmoderma. She is fiercely protective of her patients and their privacy.

She is an expert in Cosmetic Dermatology Therapies dealing with acne, scars, skin tightening and pigmentation, Injectables, Laser Devices, Hair Loss and Anti Ageing Medicine and is constantly invited as a speaker on expert panels at various conferences, nationally & internationally.

 

In 2007, Dr Anand founded the International Academy of Aesthetic Medicine to train doctors in the field of Cosmetic Dermatology as she realized that doctors did not have enough exposure to Cosmetic Dermatology in regular practice and required additional specialized training in India.
Under her guidance the academy conducts intensive hands on training courses for doctors from around the globe. She has trained over 2000 doctors in Aesthetic Medicine procedures and is credited with pioneering Aesthetic Medicine & Cosmetic Dermatology training in India. The Academy has attracted students from India, UK, Europe, UAE, Africa, SE Asia and is considered a top-notch training facility.

She writes articles regularly for various mainstream publications like Femina, DNA, TOI, Deccan Chronicle, Stay Fit, Marie Claire, Vogue, Harper Bazaar, Prevention, Prajavani etc. and has appeared on television channels as an expert speaker for various mainstream channels in India. She is regularly featured in the local television channels for her expertise on Cosmetic conditions for skin & hair.
She has her own highly popular call in weekly radio show on the skin and hair called “Ask Dr Chytra “. She has been a part of Cosmetic Dermatology Programs on Channel 4, Discovery Health, BBC and other prestigious TV Channels in London.
She has the distinction of having had her own monthly TV talk show on dermatology on Vectone Asian channel.

She is credited with introducing fractional laser for acne scar rejuvenation & non – surgical thread lift procedures in India. She has to her credit to having performed the highest number of Botox and Filler injections in South India.

One of Dr Anand’s pet projects is working with cleft palate and burn patients, where Kosmoderma is involved in the rehabilitation of these patients. Dr Anand is involved in social projects in her personal capacity to aid women empowerment and entrepreneurship. She speaks at various colleges and business conferences to encourage women to take up entrepreneurship and mentors them.

 

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