Dermapen Treatment When There Are Pimples?
Morning … I have a skin problem with large pores and a few pockmarks. I want dermeten treatment at the beauty clinic. I only have 2 active pimples that hurt when handled. Can it be done with dermapen tretment with parts that do not have acne? Then for cream anesthesia (numbness) I use it on the entire face or through the zit pimples? Then do blackheads have to be cleaned first?
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Dermapen is a skin care method using a micro needle, which is a device containing a small needle that aims to open the way in the outer layer of the skin (epidermis) so that the drug from the cream can be absorbed maximally.
The function of the use of dermapen is generally used to treat acne scars that are pockmarked, improve large facial skin pores, fade black spots and help rejuvenate the skin so it looks tight.
However, because this treatment method uses a small needle, it can cause the skin to experience loss of function for a while. Bleeding, swelling, infection, irritation, redness, skin peeling, itching to pain are often side effects.
Treatment with dermapen should not be done if there is a history of allergies, irritation or other skin disorders around the area to be treated, there are open sores on the face, a history of radiotherapy before using dermapen. Related to complaints that you experience, you should postpone to take care of the skin if there are pimples that are growing and inflamed, it is feared that if the skin is inflamed due to acne can trigger irritation or infection reactions that can make inflammation worse.
Make sure that your skin is not allergic to the anesthetic cream. It is better to avoid using this cream on your zits, because it is contraindicated / prohibited for use in areas of the face that are experiencing inflammation. The existence of blackheads that feel disturbing, you should remove it first.
If necessary, consult with a dermatologist to get more complete and relevant information related to your condition.
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