Monday, May 19, 2014

We Have Moved....Introducing Blush BUZZ

Hello everyone,
It is with great pleasure i announce the arrival of Blush BUZZ, our website blog which offers relevant & latest skincare news and articles. I thank you for your patronage and hope you will continue reading and following the latest that Blush and I have to offer.

Wishing you Healthy, Happy Skin Always
Dr. Jamuna Pai

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Sunday, March 16, 2014

Dr. Pai walks the ramp at Lakme Fashion Week 2014

Dr. Pai walks the ramp for Mandira Bedi at Lakme Fashion Week 2014

Mandira Bedi, who presented her first-ever collection of saris on Day 2 of the Lakme Fashion where nine extraordinary women showcased her designs, speaks candidly with Divya Nair about her inspiration for choosing to design saris, how she manages to stay so fit while sharing two cents of advice on how to drape the nine-yard.
From noodle straps to backless blouses, Mandira Bedi has led the way for the modern day women through her sartorial choice of saris.
So when she announced her first ever collection at the Lakme Fashion Week, the excitement was phenomenal.
Unlike most other actor turned designers who have celebrity showstoppers, Bedi chose Dr. Jamuna Pai, founder chairperson, Blush cosmetic clinic, matrimonial lawyer Mrunalini Deshmukh, Schauna Chauhan, CEO, Parle Agro, nutritionist Pooja Makhija, celebrity blogger MissMalini, celebrity fitness trainer Yasmin Karachiwala, gynaecologist Dr Kiran Coelho and jewellery designer Shaheen Abbas to present her collection.
For Bedi, who says she derived her inspiration for saris from her mom, there was no two thoughts about who her showstopper was going to be.
Geeta Bedi -- Mandira Bedi’s mother -- who walked the ramp for the debutante designer was overwhelmed and was short of words to describe her daughter’s hard work.
“I feel proud of her and I’m happy to be her mother. I’m also happy that she chose me to launch her collection,” Mandira’s mother said after the event while addressing media and well-wishers.
In a candid conversation with Divya Nair after the show, Mandira Bedi talks about her inspiration for choosing to design saris, how she manages to stay so fit while sharing two cents of advice on how to drape the nine-yard…
Tell us a bit about your collection
My first collection is about celebrating real women of today. From the colours, to the designs and the people who walked the show, everything has been carefully picked by me. Since it’s a summer collection, I chose to experiment with colours like blue, orange, yellow, violet and fuchsia and fluid fabrics like georgette and chiffon.
Who is your inspiration for fashion?
Even when I was a kid, I’ve always admired my mom for her saris. I just love the way she carries it off. It’s she who made me realise that the sari is one of the few outfits where you can never go wrong. You can wear it to office, a corporate event, a birthday party or even a wedding. It’s a versatile outfit.
For fashion, I don’t have any personal inspiration or favourites. I just pick what colours I like and personalise it to suit the occasion.
As long as the cut, length, fit and colour of the outfit suits you, it doesn’t matter whether you are wearing a sari, tshirt or a kurta.


Tuesday, December 10, 2013

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Thursday, October 31, 2013

India's Srishti Rana crowned Miss Asia Pacific World 2013

Srishti Rana - Winner of Miss Asia Pacific World 2013

21 -year old Srishti Rana has made the country proud by winning the coveted Miss Asia Pacific 2013 title outclassing 49 other contestants in Korea on Oct 30. Srishti looked gorgeous in a Falguni & Shane gown as she was being crowned by the reigning Miss Asia Pacific World 2012 Himangini Singh Yadu from India.

Srishti Rana mesmerized the jury and the audience with her poise, beauty and intelligence and came out as a unanimous winner in the 50th year of Miss India. She also won the Best National Costume Award in an outfit depicting the national Bird of India- Peacock. Dia Mirza also won the title for India in the year 2000.

On this special occasion, an ecstatic Srishti said, "This is a dream come true! I am very proud of myself right now and still can't believe that I have won the crown. I have a long list of people to thank for their support but to name a few; I would want to thank God, my family, friends, Mr. Vineet Jain- MD Times Group and the Miss India Organization for their endless support. This wouldn't have been possible without any of them. I am so delighted at this moment".

Vineet Jain, Managing Director, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. said at the historic achievement, "This is a great moment of pride for the country. With this monumental win, Srishti has recorded her name in the annals of history with the likes of Dia Mirza, Zeenat Aman, Namrata Shirodkar and Tara Anna Fonseca. It's a moment of triumph for every Indian. My heartiest congratulations go out to Srishti for this enormous achievment. Miss India organization strives for the best talent in the country to be showcased on an international platform."

Srishti's parents were swelled with pride, as her father, Mr. Anand Rana, beamed "It's been good. She performed well and earned her crown. I'm happy about the fact that my daughter has made India proud by winning the Miss Asia Pacific World crown." Her mother, Mrs. Suman Rana said, "I spoke to her over the phone right after she was crowned. As soon as she picked up the phone she said that she had won. She was very excited and I could hear a lot of cheer and applause in the background. I feel wonderful!"

Continuing the lineage of past beauties like Dia Mirza and Zeenat Aman; Srishti Rana has made India proud yet again by getting the much- awaited coveted crown back.

Srishti Rana with skin expert and cosmetic physician Dr. Jamuna Pai

Srishti was trained by the best experts and partners from the fashion & glamour industry. She was trained by the ace choreographer Shiamak Davar for her talent round where she was seen dancing to the tunes of a Bollywood medley. She was also supported by renowned panelists and experts from the industry like Ritu Kumar, Sabira Merchant, Sandesh Mayekar and Dr. Jamuna Pai.

Miss Asia Pacific is the oldest international beauty pageant which was judged by an eminent panel of jury making the selection process tougher for the contestants. Srishti Rana has made the nation proud by winning the coveted title of Miss Asia Pacific World 2013.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Blush introduces new anti-ageing miracle treatment - PRP Autologous Skin Rejuvenation

Blush Clinics and Dr. Jamuna Pai always known to be pioneers in the skincare field have introduced the PRP Autologous Skin Rejuvenation, a treatment that restores natural beauty, naturally.

What is PRP?
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma, which is a concentration of platelets derived from your own blood (Autologous) to trigger a healing process. Platelets contain packets of growth hormones and cytokines that tell the tissues to increase rebuilding of tissues to enhance healing. When PRP is injected into the damaged area, it stimulates a mild inflammatory response, which triggers the healing cascade. This leads to restored blood flow, new cell growth, and tissue regeneration. Because the blood is your own, there is no risk of rejection, infection as it is totally bio-compatible and bio-degradable.

How is the procedure conducted?
A sample of blood will be taken from a vein in your arm under sterile conditions. The blood will be placed in a centrifuge, which is a device that spins the blood. This helps to separate the blood cells from plasma, and allows concentration of the platelets. This process increases the concentration of platelets, which have the healing growth factors. The preparation takes about 15 minutes. The finished PRP product is then available for injection into the skin where skin rejuvenation and regeneration is required.

What indications can it treat?
PRP Skin rejuvenation treatment utilizes the potential of your own body to improve the overall texture and tone of your skin, naturally. It reduces wrinkles and blemishes such as acne scars and may be used as part of your health and beauty regimes to improve the overall condition of the skin, improving tone and texture. It is a natural approach to improving the condition of your skin, and you are using your own unique tissue growth factors and healing properties to revitalise the skin by improving blood supply and stimulating collagen formation, the results of which improves and increases over time with evidence suggesting that the results of PRP Skin Rejuvenation Therapy lasts longer than chemical treatments.

Is the treatment safe?
The treatment is conducted by registered medical practitioners under strict hygienic conditions. Also the accessories (vaccutainers containing growth factors in which the withdrawn blood is placed for centrifugation) are imported from Switzerland to ensure safety and superior quality.

How painful is the procedure?
If you have undergone a blood test you will know the pain is negligible. Also the site of treatment where healing and rejuvenation is required is treated with a numbing gel so all that you feel are just tiny pin pricks.

PRP Skin Rejuvenation is specifically designed for you, by you!

Indications treated with PRP
·         -Fine lines and wrinkles
·         -Irregularities from acne and acne marks
·         -Improve overall tone and texture of the skin

 -Zero Side Effects
·         -Bio-Compatible – Since product is derived from your own blood (No synthetic material)
·         -Bio-Degradable
 -Relatively No Downtime 

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Skincare Gyaan for Beauty Queens

Dr. Jamuna Pai - Pioneer of Cosmetology in India
Skincare expert to Miss Diva India 2013

Dr. Jamuna Pai, a renowned name in cosmetology in India and an eminent aesthetic physician, was the skincare expert for the Miss Diva 2013 pageant. “I firmly believe that fitness and beauty are inter-connected. Fitness of the body and of the mind both make a person look and feel beautiful inside and this is reflected on the outside too,” says the beauty expert, under whose guidance the 14 finalists of the pageant attained healthy, glowing skin. 

Dr. Pai, who has an eye for detail and is a perfectionist by nature, ensured that she spent enough time with each contestant to understand their problems, requirements and what their current skincare routine was. After deliberating on all factors, she tailor-made skincare routines for each girl. “I understand the rigmarole of hectic schedules, stress, constant training under the experts and shoots that all our girls have to undergo in the last few days before one of them gets the crown. Hence, I try to keep the regime simple and easy to adhere to,” she says. 

Easy susceptibility to zits and pimples and a skin that is oily one day and dry as a bone the next, were some of the most common problems she addressed. Besides these, problem areas such as dark circles were some of the other issues that needed to be dealt with. Under her supervision, her team of doctors and dermal therapists treated the girls. 

Dr. Pai is among the most sought after cosmetic physicians in the country with four clinics in Mumbai and Pune. She is a columnist for leading national and international publications and has been grooming girls for the Miss India beauty pageant for 17 years. Her foresight and vision have led her to be a part of the advisory board of various companies. Recently, a daily newspaper listed her among one of the 50 most influential people who impact Mumbai. 

She has made a difference through her field of expertise to thousands of women while at the same time inspiring many others to enter this field, which has contributed towards their economic growth, social development and empowerment. Educating and empowering people, especially women, is of utmost importance to her. Recently, she was bestowed with the Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award for her contribution to the field of skincare. Selected by an elite panel of politicians and social workers, the recipient of this award is chosen on the basis of their outstanding services, achievements and contributions to their particular profession. Talking about her treatment plan for the contestants Dr. Pai says, “I, along with my team of doctors, always work towards giving the contestants a healthy glowing skin. Some of the tips I give the girls include 

  •     Apply a mud-pack once a week to absorb excess sebum
  •     A clear gut avoids constipation and acidity
  •     Eat green vegetables and fruits regularly
  •     Drink plenty of water
  •     Take supplements of Vitamin A, zinc and antioxidants
  •     Do not squeeze or ‘pluck’ a pimple
  •     Feel free to use makeup as long as you cleanse your skin well before retiring for the day."    
At the end of their session, Blush Clinics gifted a range of its own homecare products to each girl. 
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Publication: The Times Of India Mumbai;Date: Sep 24, 2013;Section: Bombay Times;Page: 27

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Dr. Jamuna Pai - Skincare Expert - Miss Diva 2013

Dr. Jamuna Pai - Skincare Expert to Miss Diva 2013

Dr. Jamuna Pai, India's pioneer of cosmetology and leading aesthetic physician was selected as the skincare expert for the Miss India Diva 2013 beauty pageant.

The Miss India Organization is providing another platform to young, talented women to participate in Miss Diva 2013 and then contest for the Miss Universe 2013 crown to be held later this year in Moscow.

The selection for the prestigious contest began last month and lucky finalists were selected from Chandigarh, Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore who won the opportunity to be fast-tracked to the finale of Miss Diva 2013 to be held in September in Mumbai.

Marc Robinson, Director-Miss India Organization quoted, “The finalists selected for Miss Diva 2013 represent a great combination of drop-dead diva looks, poise and confidence. May the best girl win.”

The selected finalists will be undergoing specialised and professional training by some of the top-notch experts from the Fashion,Glamour and Grooming Industry. They will then be seen competing for the coveted title on September 8 in Mumbai.

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