Dull And Inflamed Facial Skin During The Day And Moist At Night?
Hello dokI I want to ask, why is it that my facial skin is prone to breakouts and inflammation and my pores are also big. My skin conditions are different when during the day it tends to be dull and inflamed, but at night my skin is moist and the pores are a bit disguised. Includes what kind of skin my face is and how it is handled
Good evening Fitri, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. Starting from the pore, a large pore on the face, is a genetic diversity. Which, there are people who are born with large pores, and some are born with small pores. So this is not an illness or the effect of what you do, but you are born with such conditions.
Having a large pore then increases your potential for acne, because a large pore is more likely for small particles to enter and clog, and is also more likely to produce oil that can trap impurities. That is why for those who have large pores and oily faces, should pay more attention to cleanliness of the face and avoid places that are dusty, polluted, and who are often exposed to sun exposure.
Then regarding your skin whose condition is different in the day and night, maybe actually not a different skin, but a different situation. For example when during the day you tend to be in a hot room, or even outside the room, often among smokers, and cause increased production of sweat and oil which makes your skin more dull. While at night, you have showered and cleaned yourself, maybe you are in your air-conditioned room and you also use certain skin care products, so the skin condition is different from the day when you are active.
With that explanation, what we want to convey to you is that there are so many possibilities that can explain your condition now. Unfortunately, each possibility has its own handling. If the treatment is no different, skin care problems are often related to compatibility, which in others can be beneficial, but on you just cause irritation or vice versa. Therefore, our advice is that you should consult yourself directly to a dermatologist or doctor at the beauty clinic in order to minimize misunderstandings and so that you can also be monitored regularly. That way, you can also discuss directly with the doctor in choosing the best treatment for you.
Meanwhile, clean your face regularly twice a day using sulfur-based soap, avoid exposure to sunlight, dust, pollution and cigarette smoke, multiply the consumption of water and fruit, and immediately consult yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.