Acne Turns White After Toothpaste Is Applied?
I want to ask? Toothpaste gives acne scars at night. Suddenly when I clean my face in the morning, my acne scars are white and white. It’s called dry acne scars or getting worse
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Acne is a skin disorder that is very disturbing appearance because of its location often on the face. This acne condition can be triggered by various things, including:
Heredity or genetics Stress, anxiety, panic Oily face Dirty face Being in an environment full of pollution, oil and dust Bacterial infection Skin irritation
Because of its very disturbing appearance, so far there are indeed many options for treating acne, ranging from natural ones such as using ice cubes, lemon juice, sandalwood, and aloe vera, to those using certain tools and skills such as subscision, dermabrasion, punch techniques and treatments. laser. You can find out more about these methods by clicking the following link to our articles on Natural Ways to Get Rid of Acne Scars and a Line of Ways to Get Rid of Acne Scars.
Regarding your question, actually the use of toothpaste is rarely used to get rid of acne. That doesn't mean you can't, but the variety of ingredients in toothpaste on the market makes research unable to reach them to be able to give definite recommendations. This method may work for some people and fail for others.
The worse the condition is, it actually depends on whether your acne is getting bigger, redder, more painful or if something else appears. To be sure, it would be better if you have your skin condition checked by a dermatologist or beauty clinic. Due to medical conditions, especially those concerning the skin, it is prone to confusion if not seen directly.
Meanwhile, our advice is to avoid stress, use a mask if you have to pass through dusty and polluting places, wash your face at least 2x a day with soap containing sulfur, and drink lots of water. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa