Allergy On The Forehead?
Good evening doctor, I want to ask:) n n these days I have an allergy problem on the forehead in the form of small seeds but not a burst. And also some parts like the cheeks are dry like scaly but other parts are normal. This is possible because I am wearing the wrong coffee mask which is the “Arabica ” type n nSome sources advise me to wash my face but every time I do it the allergy part will turn red. N nThis has been a few days but it doesn’t go away either. what is the solution? Thank you 🙂
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Skin that looks dry, scaly red with the appearance of rashes that resemble seeds is not necessarily caused by an allergic reaction. If you look at your previous action history using coffee as a skin mask, it is likely that your complaint occurs because of irritation. Some people who have sensitive skin types can get irritated more easily when they come into contact with substances such as coffee. Not only that, in more severe conditions, this skin irritation can also make your skin feel itchy, sore, hot, swollen, peeling, and also experience various other complaints.
Besides irritation, your complaint may also arise due to other factors, not always directly related to the mask you use, for example:
Contact dermatitis Fungal infections, such as tinea versicolor (tinea versicolor) Viral or bacterial infections, such as miliaria (prickly heat), Milia folliculitis (excessive keratin deposition in the pilosebaceous glands), etc. Try to temporarily stop using the mask and do the following first :
Wash your face 2 times a day using a mild cleansing soap containing salicylic acid. Dry your facial skin well, do not scrub too much Use a moisturizer and sunscreen to increase skin moisture and prevent excessive UV exposure. Avoid excessive scratching of scaly skin. Also avoid breaking or cracking. peel off the rashes on the skin Reduce the use of make-up that is too thick Sleep regularly Eat more vegetables and fruits that are good for nourishing the skin If with the above efforts your complaints do not get better in 1 or 2 weeks, you should check yourself directly to a specialist skin so that it can be given an evaluation as well as the right treatment to deal with your complaints.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah