Eat Healthy Noodles For People With Acne?
Is healthy noodles like lemonilo noodles a safe solution to avoid instant noodles for people with acne?
Thank you for the question.
Acne appears due to inflammation of the pilosebaceous glands on the surface of the skin. Acne can arise due to various factors, including genetic factors, sensitive skin types, as well as increased sebum production due to hormonal influences, bacterial infections, the influence of certain drugs or contraceptives, stress, lack of sleep, unhealthy eating patterns, poor skin hygiene , as well as allergies and irritations due to skin care products used.
Because the causes are multifactorial, the treatment of acne prone skin must also be comprehensive. Not only by using anti-acne drugs, other factors as mentioned above also must be handled properly. One of them, you are also required to regulate your diet, by limiting the consumption of foods that are oily, high in cholesterol, and increase consumption of fruits, vegetables, and water. There is no real direct link between consumption of instant noodles and acne. However, if this noodle is processed by adding excess oil, it is true that it can make acne worse, so it's best to avoid it. In people who are allergic to noodles, consumption of instant noodles of any type can also trigger allergic reactions, whose manifestations on the skin can make acne appear worse.
In addition to regulating your diet, so that your acne is resolved, you should:
Be more disciplined in maintaining personal hygiene, including washing your face every day, always washing your hands if you want to hold your face, do not use cosmetics too thick, do not exchange towels and skin care products with others When pimples appear, do not squeeze or gouged forcefully Don't sleep too late night Don't worry too much, let alone stress. Don't carelessly take acne medicine without doctor's advice. If in 2-4 weeks your acne doesn't get better with the above efforts, it's good that you don't despair. Go directly to see your doctor or dermatologist to get it treated right, right?
I hope this helps.