Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)
1. What are the signs of skin problems?
Book skin care profile if you notice -
- Dry/scaly/rough skin
- Itchy skin
- Discoloured skin patches
- Red/white bumps
2. What are the causes of skin diseases?
- Bacterial/fungal infections
- Certain Conditions that affect your thyroid, kidneys or immune system
3. What are the types of skin diseases?
Some of the common skin diseases are -
- Acne - Buildup of oil/ bacteria in skin pores
- Eczema - Dry, itchy skin that leads to swelling or cracking
- Psoriasis - Scaly skin that may swell or feel hot
- Skin cancer - Uncontrolled growth of abnormal skin cells
- Ichthyosis - Dry, thickened skin that looks like fish scales
4. How can skin care blood tests help identify skin problems?
Skin problems indicate various health conditions. A blood test helps dermatologists to make a diagnosis of skin condition and determine further course of treatment.
5. Why choose Thyrocare’s Skin Care Checkup profile?
- Customised packages for men & women
- 30+ parameters
- Trained and Certified Technicians
- Temperature-controlled Sample Logistics
- Unique Barcode Tracking for Every Sample
- Fully Automated Machines Inspected Daily
- Abnormal Values Re-checked Twice
- Reports Verified by Expert MD Pathologists
- QR Code Verification of Reports
6. What is the procedure to book Thyrocare’s Skin Care Checkup profile?
- Please fill the attached form to book the profile
- Enter your personal details and select a convenient slot for blood collection
- Our agent will confirm with you the appointment details via sms or email
7. What sample and preparation would be needed for this test?
An intravenous blood sample and 8-12 hours of fasting is required for skin care checkup.
8. What to expect after booking Thyrocare’s Skin Care Checkup profile?
When you book a skin care profile, our trained technician will visit your home on-time. Soft copy reports authorised by MD pathologists will be shared with you within 24 hours of samples reaching our lab. You can also get a hardcopy report at a nominal cost.