Acne Does Not Go Away All Over The Face After A History Of Lung Disease?
I have a lot of skin on my face and my skin gets red around my pimples, I had lung disease and took the drug program 9 months after 5 months of taking medication for the skin to get dull, oily and from there it became acne I thought the acne was the effect of pulmonary medicine but now after finishing treatment 5 months of acne does not go away instead the breakouts are more and more and there are many pimples on the back and chest too. Already using acne ointments and others but nothing works. What do I do to get rid of the pimples
Hello Tria, thanks for the question
Acne is a chronic inflammatory disease of the oil glands that is triggered by increased oil production, inflammation, and colonization of the Propionibacterium acne bacteria. Complaints other than skin lesions can include itching and pain, and the most common are cosmetic or appearance problems.
Some of the risk factors for acne include:
a family history of acne
eat lots of fatty foods and high in carbohydrates
Treatment with topical drugs and oral drugs is recommended according to the doctor's recommendation, because treatment will be adjusted to the degree of mild, moderate, or severe acne after the doctor checks.
To prevent pimples from coming back, avoid the following habits such as:
1. Avoiding an increase in the amount of sebum and changes in the sebum content by:
Diet low in fat and carbohydrates
Perform skin care by cleaning the surface of the skin regularly with facial soap
2. Avoiding the triggers for the occurrence of acne, for example:
Live regularly and healthily, get enough rest, exercise, according to body conditions, avoid stress.
Sufficient use of cosmetics, both in quantity and duration.
Stay away from the attached oil glands, for example liquor, spicy food, cigarettes, unhealthy environment and so on.
Avoiding dust pollution, squeezing lesions that are not legible, which can aggravate existing pimples
That's all, hope it can help you