Black Spots Around The Right Eye That Has Been Chronic?
Assalamungalaikum, I am a woman 34 but I have complaints under the right eye spots (cheekbones), left cheekbones are not there, it’s been almost 15 years, have been to a beauty doctor and have used products that are recommended but not lost too, please solution, thank you, thanks …
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The appearance of spots on the skin that don't go away actually isn't always dangerous. Provided that these spots do not increase in size, or cause pain, itching, bleeding easily, protrude, and many other complaints, often this condition does not need to worry. But indeed, these spots can be quite disturbing appearance so that it causes sufferers to work hard to eliminate them.
There are many possibilities that can cause spots like yours, including nevus (moles), post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, blackheads, folliculitis, phototoxic or photoallergic reactions, skin infections or irritations, benign or malignant tumors of the skin, and so on. Handling of these spots can certainly differ depending on the cause.
If you have ever checked your complaints to the doctor, but have not also experienced significant improvement, you should check your complaint to a dermatologist huh. Various types of treatment, such as special creams or soaps, peels, lasers, photodynamic therapy, and so. The best type of treatment should be discussed directly with the doctor who examined you.
In the meantime, to help you disguise spots on your face, here are our suggestions:
Clean facial skin regularly with mild cleansing soap that matches your skin type every bath and after every use of cosmetics Avoid the use of cosmetics that are too thick Avoid also the use of skin care products that contain irritative and dangerous ingredients. face skin protected from dryness and excessive exposure to UV rays Get used to sleep early, don't stay up late Eat plenty of brightly colored fruits and vegetables Expand also to drink water Do not carelessly use creams or drugs without doctor's advice Hopefully it helps yes ..