Can Chicken Pox That Has Not Healed Be Allowed To Wear A Mask?
Hello. Can chicken pox be cured when you use chicken mask? and what are the side effects if that happens?
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Need to be clarified, for what reason do you want to use the coffee mask? What is the condition of your chickenpox at this time?
Chicken pox is a skin infection that causes the Varicella zoster virus. This disease is characterized by the appearance of reddish skin rashes that are filled with fluid, itchy, and spread almost to the whole body. Not only that, sufferers also often feel nausea, decreased appetite, more sensitive to light, and many other complaints.
With good endurance, of course, coupled with proper handling, chicken pox will generally recover in 1 to 2 weeks. This cure can be characterized by a dry and peeling rash, as well as other clinical symptoms that seem to improve.
Before chicken pox is cured, you should not carelessly use masks, including those made from natural ingredients (like coffee) though. Inappropriate use of masks on the skin that still has chickenpox is feared can trigger irritation so that the condition of the skin gets worse, feels sore, reddish, bruntusan, swelling, peeling, and many other complaints. If the hand used to wear the mask is not washed thoroughly, there can also be a secondary infection in chickenpox rash which makes chickenpox more difficult to cure.
If it's already done, you should no longer use the mask again .. So that your smallpox gets well soon, make sure you always keep your skin clean, which is by regularly bathing using antiseptic soap. Don't over-rub the skin, let alone break or eliminate the smallpox rash on the skin by force. Always wear clothes that are clean, soft and cool. Also drink, eat foods rich in vitamin C, and get enough rest. Do not forget, always consume chickenpox medicine as recommended by the doctor.
If there are annoying complaints after using a coffee mask on the skin that has not recovered from chickenpox, do not hesitate to check it directly to the doctor or skin specialist to be handled well, okay?
I hope this helps.