A Face That Feels Itchy And Bruntusan After Using Beauty Products?
, this year I use cream from a beauty clinic. But lately my face is itching and it comes out like a prickly heat. Then I stopped using it, I replaced it with an ordinary facial wash, but after washing my face, I immediately wiped it out, but it disappeared for a long time. But repeated every time you wash your face. Why is that? What is the effect of the cream or not?
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A face that feels itchy and bruntusan, especially after using certain facial cleansers or cleansing products may be a natural thing to happen because of the purging reaction. This purging occurs due to the effect of the working composition in the cream or cleaning product in cleansing skin pores and increasing skin regeneration. If there are no other complications, purging will generally improve in 2 to 4 weeks without the need for special treatment.
Even so, if it's true that complaints are very frequent, seem very annoying, and don't improve for a long time, you should be more vigilant. It is feared that your complaint arises because of an allergic reaction, irritation, or skin infection. This condition can occur due to the composition of the cream or cleaning product that you are using, or it can also occur due to other causes, such as fungal infections, bacterial infections, sun exposure or excessive pollution, and so on. Hormonal fluctuations when approaching menstruation, when using birth control (especially injectable birth control), or also during pregnancy can also aggravate complaints on your skin.
If you get these creams and cleaning products without a doctor's examination, you should check your skin condition to the nearest doctor or dermatologist first. That way, the doctor can give you the appropriate treatment so that your complaints improve. At home, you can also go through the following efforts:
Do not scratch or rub excessively itchy skin
Do not squeeze or slough forcefully bruntusan on the skin
Wash hands before handling facial skin
Avoid facial skin from contact with substances that are prone to trigger inflammation in the skin (as described above)
Reduce the use of cosmetics on the face first
Always use a moisturizer and sunblock before activating outside the home
Sleep early, don't stress, drink more and eat vegetables and fruits
Hope this helps ...