Effect Of Facial On Acne And Oily Skin?
Good afternoon, I am 24th female. My skin is oily and has quite a lot of acne. I’ve tried to see a beauty doctor, for a year and a half I used the doctor’s cream but there was no change. My acne disappears if I just do facials, if I don’t do facials for more than 1 month then there will be more pimples. Then I stopped using the doctor, because I read that frequent facials will enlarge the pores, especially at the doctor it is always recommended for facials.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Acne is one of the most disturbing skin disorders because it often appears on the face. Although oily skin is a risk factor for acne, other conditions can also make a person more susceptible to acne such as genetics or heredity, stress, consumption of fatty foods, being in an oily environment such as the kitchen, pollution and smoke.
Facial is a beauty procedure that is considered beneficial in rejuvenating the skin by increasing blood flow with the help of certain massage techniques, cleansing the skin and opening pores. Regarding the exact time in terms of how often facials can be done, this varies greatly depending on your skin type, age and how much pollution hits your face.
With ages around 18-22 years, facials are done with a gap of about 8-10 weeks and if at an older age, especially more than 30 years, facials once a month are allowed. But again, this figure is only an estimate and to be precise, must be based on a doctor's examination at a beauty clinic or dermatologist.
The use of sunscreen is allowed, especially if you are frequently exposed to the sun. If you have oily skin, use an oil-free sunscreen or an alcohol-based or gel-based sunscreen. To be more specific about the types of sunscreens that are suitable for you, you can click the following link to our article on Sunscreen. Regarding the morning range you mentioned, due to the increasing environmental temperature now, if you don't want to use sunscreen then you can use a hat or at least not be exposed to direct sunlight.
In addition, our advice is to wash your face at least 2x a day using soap that contains sulfur, and avoid pollution as much as possible and increase the consumption of water as well as nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit. Click the following link for more information on Overcoming Acne. So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa