Dry Face And Peeling When Exposed To Measles?
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Basically after the appearance of a rash due to certain diseases (including rashes due to measles), the skin will experience replacement, the top skin will be separated and replaced by new skin. Substitution of skin (or skin shedding) is a fairly normal condition that occurs when the rash starts to disappear. Itching is also normal during this skin replacement process.
The following are some things you can do:
avoid scratching the skin bath with cool water to help reduce itching, avoid bathing with hot water and do not bathe too long you should also avoid the use of antiseptic soap which can further dry the skin dry the skin carefully after bathing, do not rub gently apply skin moisturizer immediately after bathing or as often as you need (when the skin feels dry), you should avoid using a skin moisturizer that contains fragrances you can apply lotion containing calamine to help reduce itching. Although coconut milk contains oil that can help reduce dry skin, preferably as long as your skin still experience minor changes and inflammation, do not apply coconut milk on your skin. Better to use a moisturizing cream that does not contain fragrances that have clearer cleanliness. Make sure you don't scratch or rub your skin too hard to prevent skin sores. If the condition continues, you should consult directly with a dermatologist.
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