Facial Skin Is Damaged Due To The Use Of Cosmetics?
Hello, I want to ask r nMy skin is slightly damaged due to the use of cosmetics r n r nI have been drinking u0026gt; 2 liters of water per day for detoxification and have consumed vegetables that are high in vitamin C too, and I too clean your face with a salt scrub every day. but my face is getting worse and pimpled every day and I have also stopped using cosmetic creams. r n r nMy questions r n1. How do I get rid of toxins on my face? R n2. What do doctors think I should do to restore my smooth face (like baby skin) back? R n3. Can aloe vera gel be a facial detox? R n r nThank you 🙂
Having a smooth face is the dream of many people, including the Adam. A well-groomed face can be sufficient capital for individuals to develop themselves with complete self-confidence. Therefore it is not surprising that various ways will be tried to get that smooth face. Unfortunately, many still do not understand that there are certain ingredients that for some people can irritate the face. Instead of getting a smooth wajag, facial irritation actually worsens an already problematic face. One of the principles that must be adhered to is that no single facial care product can be suitable for all facial skin types. Even so, with cosmetics or makeup that contains ingredients that are not suitable for facial skin will cause irritation.
Clean your face at least 2 times a day with a soap that is suitable for your skin. You can find suitable soap by checking with a dermatologist to determine the type of facial skin along with what facial care products are suitable for your skin type. Regarding the aloe vera gel itself, once again there is no guarantee that it can detoxify the face, because on sensitive skin the use of the gel can actually irritate the face. Keep eating fruits and vegetables to get a bright and smooth face and check your facial skin type with your doctor to determine which ingredients are suitable for facial skin care. Here we attach an article about facial care. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief