Can I Use Night Cream After Peeling?
after peeling, can I use night cream ??, skincare itself is not from the doctor.
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Peeling is a procedure that can be done to treat the skin with the aim of removing layers of dead skin cells, so that new growth can occur. It is hoped that after performing this procedure, the skin will look brighter and improve the appearance of the face and neck area.
There are several types of peels that you can choose and adapt to the condition of your skin. Generally, to do peeling, a consultation and examination is needed first by a dermatologist, so it can be determined whether peeling can and should be done to you. Some types of peeling that you can find include:
Shallow peels (superficial chemical peels). This type of peeling is usually used to treat uneven skin tone, dry skin, pimples, and fine lines.
Medium peeling (medium chemical peeling). This type of peeling is usually used to treat acne scars, facial wrinkles, and uneven skin tone.
Deep chemical peeling. This type of peeling usually aims to overcome deeper facial wrinkles, sun damage, scars, or the growth of pre-cancerous skin disorders.
Pascapeeling, there are some things that need to be considered and can happen to you, such as changes in the color of your skin, scars on the face, infection of the face due to the reduced protective layer of the skin. It is recommended not to use any facial products first other than the regimen determined by a dermatologist, because in post-peeling your skin is more sensitive so that it can cause unwanted reactions from the use of facial products.
It is recommended not to use your own product first until the skin condition returns to normal, avoid stopping the treatment regimen from a dermatologist, maintaining regular facial hygiene, avoiding touching the face area with unclean hands, avoiding exposure to facial skin in excessive ultraviolet rays until the skin recovers back. If complications occur such as the face feels very painful, swollen, very reddish face, discharge such as pus from the area of the face, consult your dermatologist for further management.
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