Appropriate Treatment For Facial Bruntusan And Acne?
Best wishes … r nIntroduce me Yasmin is 16 years old. You see, on my face there are quite a lot of small pimples and pimples on the right and left cheek. Then I decided to use the acne medicine brand Vitacid with levels of 0.05%. For application should it be applied only to pimples / whole face? And can you use skincare during the treatment period? R nThank you:) r n r nGreetings,
Hello Yasmin, Thank you for the question.
Acne is a common skin problem that can occur to anyone. Acne is caused by a blockage in the hair follicle by a pile of oil and dead skin cells followed by a bacterial infection. Clogged follicles can be inflamed and swollen and form white or blackheads black when exposed to the environment. A person can be more at risk of experiencing acne due to hormonal changes, being experiencing puberty, heredity, high stress levels, the use of cosmetics, or the use of certain medications.
Acne treatment requires a short time, which can last for months. For mild acne, you can usually use a cream containing benzoyl peroxide which can be purchased freely without a doctor's prescription. This drug must be used for 6 weeks before producing results. Vitacid is a trademark of products containing retonoid acid which is a class of hard drugs that must be used by a doctor's prescription. You should not use this medicine without an examination by a dermatologist beforehand. This medicine works to get rid of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. Besides these two drugs, other treatments that can be recommended by doctors are antibiotic ointments, antibiotic tablets, hormone therapy, isotretinoin.
If your pimples are mild pimples, you can do the following suggestions:
Always clean your face from cosmetics
clean your face with a mild facial cleanser
use skin-based products and cosmetics
avoid the habit of solving pimples or squeezing blackheads
Avoid skin contact with a helmet, cellphone, or backpack. Friction on the skin can cause acne
Do not hesitate to invite your parents to consult a dermatologist if your complaint worsens.
Hopefully this information is useful.