Can You Use Antibiotics To Treat Acne In The Long Run?
Hello, I want to ask, I have a very sensitive facial skin. I used to replace beauty products with traditional medicine, and I frequently changed products due to what would happen in the future. It’s suitable to use medi-klin, but the problem is medi-clin is a hard drug also must be prescribed by a doctor. If for example I still use it in the long run without consulting a doctor first, how about it?
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Need to be clarified, what beauty products have you used before? What are the product compositions?
The selection of beauty products should ideally be carried out under the supervision of a doctor. Because, not a few beauty products on the market today are composed of dangerous compositions, for example mercury, steroids, hydroquinone, and so on. Not only that, suitable to use a beauty product is also not always right for you. Because, the needs of beauty products can be very individual. Inappropriate use of beauty products, depending on the composition and amount of usage, can cause a variety of side effects, ranging from mild, namely in the form of redness, itching, burning, peeling, dryness, bruntusan, and scaly, to more severe reactions, such as burning sensation on the skin, black skin, swelling, blistering, shortness of breath, palpitations, nausea, blurred vision, and shock (shock).
The product you mentioned contains the active composition of clindamycin phosphate (which is an antibiotic class drug) and tretinoin (which is a derivative of vitamin A). This product is not included in over-the-counter medicines. Therefore, before using it, you must first consult a doctor or dermatologist. The use of this product in the long run without proper medical indication has the potential to cause side effects similar to those mentioned above.
As a preliminary treatment, you can take care of your skin's health by more diligent in bathing and washing your face, not holding facial skin with dirty hands, protecting facial skin from excessive sun exposure and other irritants, sleeping regularly, eating lots of fruits and vegetables, and avoid stress that is too heavy.
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