Facial Skin Sweats Excessively?
Hello I want to ask. I have used various types of masks but most often use clay masks, every time I use a mask on my nose and forehead, I sweat. When using moisturizer / sunscreen / powder, the area sweats, is this normal? Is there a solution to the problem. Thank you in advance
Hi Aisyah .. Thank you for the question given.
Sweating is one of the body's mechanisms to adjust body temperature to the environment. Sweating is normal, but excessive sweating also needs attention. Hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating can be divided into primary and secondary. Primary hyperhidrosis when sweating occurs in certain parts of the body, such as the palms, soles of the feet, groin, neck, head, or face alone. Meanwhile, secondary hyperhidrosis when excessive sweating is based on other diseases such as people with tuberculosis, thyroid disorders, nervous disorders, or anxiety and panic.
If your complaint worsens, feels very disturbing, and without a clear trigger for 6 months or more then you can see a doctor. So that doctors can do a physical examination directly and can be supported by blood tests, X-rays, or adjusted to the results of a fissic examination. Meanwhile, if you don't sweat excessively, you don't need to worry too much. In addition, what you can do is:
Avoid using face creams that irritate or do not suit your facial skin. Avoid exposure to excess heat and sun