, I started having acne from the 4th grade of elementary school, when I was about 10 years old. with his age at grade 6. until now the acne has only started to decrease but it’s not completely gone. can I use facial treatments that are heavy and complicated. and if possible what care products are they? with very detailed specifications.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Acne is a skin disease that rarely causes serious health problems, but people still worry about it because it often disturbs their appearance. This condition is characterized by the appearance of red spots, sometimes pain in areas such as the face, chest and upper back due to clogged pores. There are many factors that increase a person's risk of developing acne, including:
Faces that tend to be dirty and oily
Not maintaining facial hygiene
Being in a place full of dust, smoke and pollution
Genetic or hereditary disorders
Although it is often experienced by teenagers, acne can actually affect anyone. Starting from children aged 8 years to parents aged 50 years can experience acne. In your case, getting acne from a fairly young age is really troubling.
However, if you intend to use facial treatments with harsh ingredients, we advise you not to do it alone. Don't be tempted by advertisements on social media, don't be immediately lured by the promise of improvements they provide. Check your condition first at a skin specialist or at a beauty clinic to make sure your problem really is. Because as we mentioned above, there are many risk factors for acne. Even congenital hormonal disorders can be the trigger. Therefore, by checking directly with a dermatologist, you can get a drug that is really suitable, and if it has to be a strong drug, you will use it under expert supervision.
Meanwhile, avoid places that are dirty, dusty and smoky, wear a mask if you have to pass the highway, diligently wash your face twice a day using soap containing sulfur, and increase your consumption of vegetables, fruit and water. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa