Facial Bruntusan After Using Facial Cleansing Products?
hello, I want to ask. r so my face is in progress. and a little dry. On the forehead it feels peeling off the edges. r Is alcohol caused by the cetaphil gentle skin cleanser that I use? r nSometimes, when I use aloe vera gel products that have alcohol too, my face will burn. r n n r nbut neither itching nor hot. r n r n What are the facial features that are allergic to alcohol? Can I continue using cetaphil. or stopped? r then, is it okay if I simply change to another facial wash? r n r n how to remove this bruntusan? r n r nthank you.
The condition of your face, which is blistered and dry, can be caused by the following:
allergies to certain substances, including alcohol
the effect of certain medications or facial treatments
Please read more: Causes of acne
The facial cleansing products that you are currently using could be a trigger for the acne breakouts. But other possibilities are also possible. You need to pay attention to whether this bruntusan is related to the appearance of using these facial products.
If you are not compatible with the product, please stop using it and switch to another product that is safer, specifically for hypersensitive skin, and also does not contain alcohol.
Allergy to alcohol, has a reaction that is almost the same as other conditions, namely: itching, dry skin, redness to swelling.
To get rid of this bruntusan condition, we recommend that:
Keep your face clean regularly
Perform skin care at home regularly if necessary.
Consult a dermatologist or aesthetist, for this condition.
Eat healthy food, avoid unhealthy food
Drink a lot of water
That's the explanation, hopefully it's useful.