Thyrocare Skin Care Packages

Mens Skin Care Checkup
  • THYROID (3)
  • VITAMIN (2)
  • ALLERGY (1)
32 Tests
Rs. 3000 Rs. 2399
  • NABL, CAP, ISO 9001 NABL, CAP, ISO 9001
  • Free Home Sample Pickup Free Home Sample Pickup
  • Online Report Delivery Online Report Delivery
Womens Skin Care Checkup
  • THYROID (1)
  • DIABETES (3)
  • HORMONE (1)
  • VITAMIN (2)
  • ALLERGY (1)
39 Tests
Rs. 3200 Rs. 2599
  • NABL, CAP, ISO 9001 NABL, CAP, ISO 9001
  • Free Home Sample Pickup Free Home Sample Pickup
  • Online Report Delivery Online Report Delivery

Nearly everyone goes for a health checkup at least once or twice in every year, but what about your skincare checkup? Yes, we do pamper the external part of our skin quite precisely, but we should take care of skin from the inside as well, which is why skincare checkup is a necessity.

Skin is the biggest organ of our human body which coats the entire outer part of our body, and it is made up of water, fats, protein and minerals. Our skin is formed in 3 layers, such as Epidermis (top layer), Dermis (mid layer), and Hypodermis (the bottom or fatty layer). Not everyone’s skin type and texture is the same, there are multiple skin types.

What are the types of skins?

  • Dry skin
  • Oil skin
  • Normal skin
  • Combination skin
  • Sensitive skin
  • Acne prone skin

What are the functions of our skin?

Human body’s largest organ has multiple crucial functions in your body, such as:

  • Langerhan cells in the epidermis layer are one of the parts of our immune system. This is why our skin helps in fighting off germs and bacterias.
  • Our skin acts as a protective barrier against physical injuries and hazardous elements.
  • Our skin also acts as a sensory organ.
  • It helps in preventing loss of moisture.
  • It helps in regulating our body temperature.
  • The fatty layer or hypodermis protects us from muscle or bone injuries.

What are the general skin disorders?

Skin diseases' symptoms are quite severe. From painless to painful symptoms, skin disorders can be temporary or permanent. Although skin disorders are minute, certain skin disorders can be life threatening as well. There are several types of skin disorders, certain skin disorder names are:

  • Acne
  • Blisters
  • Hives
  • Lupus
  • Cold sores
  • Melasma
  • Vitiligo
  • Actinic keratosis
  • Wart
  • Eczema
  • Seborrheic eczema
  • Rosacea
  • Impetigo
  • Latex allergy
  • Carbuncle
  • Cellulitis
  • Psoriasis
  • Measles
  • Melanoma
  • Basal cell carcinoma
  • Squamous cell carcinoma
  • Contact cell dermatitis
  • Keratosis pilaris

What are the causes of skin disorders?

Several factors including lifestyle and genetic factors can cause skin disorders. However, certain skin disorders have no specific reasons. The most common causes of skin disorders are:

  • Weak immune system
  • Virus
  • Fungus or parasites living on the skin
  • Bacteria trapped hair follicles or skin pores
  • Genetic factors
  • Effect of certain condition including thyroid and kidney

What is skin allergy?

Allergies are the red itchy rashes that appear on the skin when your skin comes into contact with substances called allergens. Allergies are usually not very harmful, but allergic reactions can turn life-threatening to some people.

But the thing is, how would you know what is causing you this allergic reaction? In this case, you have to go for the skin care profile test. This will help you and your doctor to understand what is causing you the allergic reactions.

What is the skin care profile test?

The skin care profile is a set of blood tests which will help you in detecting any kind of ski9n disease including allergies and even skin cancer. These tests measure the amount of immunoglobulin E (IgE) in your blood.

Blood testing to identify your allergies is very common, the thyrocare skin care profile consists of 32 to 39 tests which will help to find out the underlying cause of your skin disease.

When should you go for the thyrocare skin care profile?

Skin disorder symptoms vary from person to person, and it also depends on the type of allergy you have. They can be very mild like sneezing and can also be very severe like anaphylactic shock. Certain symptoms may appear due to common causes that will ease away naturally. However, if you are having severe allergies without any possible reason, it may indicate a skin disease which will need a proper treatment.

A skin disease symptoms may include:

  • Red rash
  • Painful or itchy rash
  • Rough skin
  • Peeling skin
  • Cracky skin
  • Ulcers
  • Discolored patches
  • Open lesions
  • Warts
  • Change in the mole’s size and color
  • Skin pigmentations
  • Extreme flushing

Your doctor would ask you to go for the test, if you are having symptoms such as:

  • Hives
  • Coughing
  • Sneezing
  • Wheezing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Runny nose

What preparations do you need?

You are not required to do any preparations before the test.

What would happen in this test?

A phlebotomist (laboratory expert) will draw a small sample of blood through a vein in your arm. He or she will use a small thin needle for this purpose. You may feel slight pain during the blood drawing time, and might also have bruising in that particular area. But the pain and bruise will go away in a day or two.

What would be the result interpretation?

All of the reference ranges of the tested levels will be mentioned in the test report for your understanding. However, it is recommended to talk with your doctor about the proper explanation of your test result.