Feel Thinner Skin After The Use Of A Face Cream From A Doctor?
Tonight, I want to ask. Does the use of whitening cream even though a specialist can make our skin thinner? The thing is I feel that my skin is getting thinner and I see a pretty spider vine even though I’m only 18. Thank you
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The skin is the first protective layer for the human body against the effects of temperature, heat, UV rays, germs, and the surrounding environment. Human skin consists of layers of the epidermis, dermis, and sub-dermis. There is a layer of the epidermis, as a protector or main barrier and is composed of layers of melanocytes for its function.
By using whitening cream, the exfoliation will be accelerated, and the formation of melanin will be inhibited, thus helping the skin appear white. However, side effects that are often encountered are flammable skin because of the protective layer is reduced, redness of the skin, and protection against UV rays is reduced.
In accordance with your question, the appearance of spider vines (maybe you mean spider veins) is a condition that is often found in patients who use skin whitening or are often found in individuals with white skin and not too thick. The appearance of venous blood vessels will be easily seen, due to the effects of the use of whitening creams, where skin flaking and bridges form the formation of skin dyes. Therefore, in general this side effect is a natural thing that is often encountered, so there is no need to worry.
For your daily activities, you should start using sunblock to prevent direct UV radiation on your skin. Thus, the risk of solar irritation is smaller.
However, if you are still worried or anxious, you can consult your dermatologist again regarding this complaint.
Some things you can do to reduce the appearance of blood vessels under the skin, namely by using clothes or pants cover, so that it can be disguised, in addition, using stockings, or powder to camouflage the appearance of blood vessels under the skin.
Thus the info we can convey.