Blunts And Pimples?
Hello doctor, my skin problem is oily – pimples. Previously I had used a cream doctor at one of the famous skincare in my area. The initial use of the cream was indeed my acne reduced even almost nothing except during menstruation, but after a period of nearly 6 months I used the product my facial skin became thin, blood vessels were visible, and reddened when I was outside the room even though I already using sunblock from skincare page. Because a lot of reprimands from my friends about my skin flushed, finally I decided to stop using the skincare products and switch to local skincare products. At that time I did not experience any breakout, just when I tried to use a sheet of skin my face felt itchy and hot. After that came a pile in the forehead and chin, and became a pimple in a long time like pus. And acne often appears only in the forehead and chin area. Heal for a long time, and if healed one then appeared again, and left black acne scars like spots. How do I overcome it?
Thank you for the question.
The use of certain skin care products, if stopped carelessly sometimes can indeed cause skin to feel itchy, hot, and prone to breakouts. Not only that, it could also be your current skin condition that is more prone to breakouts due to allergies or irritations to skin care products that you have just used lately. Other factors, including poorly maintained skin hygiene, exposure to UV rays, hormonal fluctuations, bacterial infections, genetic makeup, unhealthy eating patterns, stress, and sensitive skin types can also cause complaints on the skin as you are experiencing now.
Of course, this can be very annoying. Moreover, if acne often leaves scars that are difficult to remove. Therefore, it is better for you to check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist. Some types of skin care products, ranging from cleansing soap, cream, toner, powder, etc. may be given to the doctor so that your skin condition improves. Maybe also, the doctor will recommend other therapeutic modalities, such as dermabrasion, chemical peels, and so on.
In the meantime, you should not just arbitrarily replace any skin care products, without first seeing a doctor. Safer, care for your skin health by:
Wash your face morning and evening using good quality water and mild facial wash soap adapted to your skin type
Do not hold face skin with dirty hands
Do not squeeze or slough off acne and scars
If the skin feels itchy, compress with cold water, do not rub or excessive scratching
Before activities, especially outdoor activities, wear sunscreen and moisturizer first
Drink plenty of water and eat brightly colored fruits
Don't overdo using cosmetics
Before going to bed, first clean your cosmetics
Natural masks, such as from the basic ingredients yam, turmeric, or papaya can generally help overcome skin problems due to acne and scars
Hope this helps ...