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Dr Khaled Mahmoud

What Is Periocular Discoloration?

By Eyes

Periocular discoloration usually means the dark circles affecting the tissues surrounding the eyes, but it is completely subjective, not fixed. Many causes such as genetics and lack of sleep lead to changes in the colors of the tissues surrounding the eyes.

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What Are Nasojugal Lines?

By Eyes

Nasojugal lines refer to the grooves or folds in the infraorbital area. The sunken space in the infraorbital area appears is usually 2 to 3 cm depression, which is characterized by the fatigue appearance due to the dark shadow formed over the nasal lower eyelid.

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What Are Nasojugal Fat Pads?

By Eyes

Nasojugal fat pads are formed when the skin under the eyes loses its elasticity and create a groove under the eyes and between the eyes and the nose. The fat pads under the eyes occupy the groove and form nasojugal fat pads or under-eye bags.

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What Is A Thin Vermilion?

By Lip

Thin vermilion is one of the earliest signs of ageing. The vermilion is the area, margin, or zone between the lip and the adjacent skin. It is the area where women apply lipsticks.
Cosmetic problems such as loss of normal volume, wrinkles, and fine lines, and dryness usually affect this area in addition to the entire lip. It even can appear early at the age of 28.

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What Are Epicanthic Folds?

By Eyes

Epicanthic fold is the semi-lunar skin fold located at the medial canthus. It is a common lid condition obscuring the view of the medial canthus. It is mainly bilateral but can be unilateral too and usually appears along the upper eyelids but can also appear along the lower eyelids.

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What Are Puffy Lower Eyelids?

By Eyes

Puffy lower eyelids or bags under eyes are a common cosmetic problem that appears with ageing due to the weakness of the muscles and tissues surrounding the eyes and supporting the eyelids. The bags result from the movement of the normal fat supporting the eyes into the lower eyelids, making them puffy.

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What Are Forehead Creases (Forehead Rhytids)?

By Forehead

Many reasons contribute to the development of Forehead Rhytids such as ageing, exposure to the sun, hormonal changes, and chronic stress. On the other hand, there are many ways to get rid of forehead wrinkles. Following certain skincare tips and preventive measures can provide you with a smooth forehead that is free of creases.

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What Are Nasolabial Folds (Smile Lines)?

By Skin

Nasolabial Folds (smile lines) are natural grooves in the skin that run down the nose wings to the mouth corners. With youthful skin, these are virtually invisible with neutral facial expression, however, as the skin ages to lose elasticity and musculature, these grooves deepen to the point where they’re permanently visible.

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