Facial Cream Suitable For Acne Prone Skin?
Hello doc. I want to ask. My facial skin is oily, dry, so it’s really spotty. I don’t know if I just realized, my allergies seem to be getting worse because I’ve used a new product. Actually, the product is still one brand that I use often, moisturizing with their face washer, now I try the version of tint right, after that my face itches , I stop using it, then use a moisturizer that I usually use, but it’s still only itching for a month. My buss, I went to the health center to be given a drug and cream. Already better, but every meal that is oily, excessive chocolate, the same as using a moisturizer or facial soap, my face often itches again, right when using cream from the clinic doctor can be cool anyway. But so I can’t use moisturizer or face wash anymore. Usually only use egg masks for facial ademin. How can I not use face shield, fortunately I work 8 hours in the room, but what if I have to work in the sun?
Hello, Almas29. Thank you for the questions submitted to HealthReplies.com We can understand the concern you feel.
First of all, we need to ask a few questions regarding your complaint. Since when have you experienced itching complaints on facial skin? Does itching complaints accompanied by the appearance of rashes on the skin, for example in the form of redness or bruntus-bruntus? Have you ever experienced a similar complaint before?
Symptoms of itchy skin accompanied by a rash on the facial skin in the form of redness or brunts after the use of certain skin care products can be caused by several possibilities, which often include:
Irritant contact dermatitis, which is inflammation of the skin due to contact with substances attached to the skin, is not related to the process of forming the body's immunity, symptoms can appear immediately at the initial exposure to irritative substances [detergents, soaps, chemicals, etc.]) Allergic contact dermatitis, namely skin inflammation due to contact with substances attached to the skin, related to the process of forming the body's immunity against allergenic substances [eg: latex, marine animal protein, plant pollen]), generally symptoms can arise after repeated exposure to allergenic ingredients. Atopic dermatitis, i.e. Chronic / chronic and recurrent skin inflammation, associated with a history of atopy (frequent sneezing and runny nose in the morning, eyes often red after exposure to allergenic substances, asthma) in patients / families We advise you to check directly with a dermatologist history taking, physical examination, and support (if indicated, con anyway: skin test for allergy check). Through this series of processes, doctors can identify the underlying disease and provide appropriate treatment. Your doctor may prescribe ointments / creams, and oral medication to relieve itching. The doctor will also give advice on the right skin care products for your individual needs according to your skin condition.
At home, you are advised to minimize exposure to ingredients that are suspected of triggering itching complaints, use softer (relatively non-irritating) soaps such as baby soap, and eat balanced nutritious foods. If you are going to do activities under sun exposure, you can use sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30. To enrich your horizons, you can read articles about dermatitis. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.