From What Age Can You Use Face Cream?
Good morning, my Pediatrician is 13 years old. He uses Farma Cream with only 2 days of use, and then his face is reddish, for tips.
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Unfortunately, until now, there has not been an accurate source available that explains what exactly the composition contained in the cream you use. Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, where do you kids get the cream? Has the use been consulted by a doctor? For what purpose is the cream used?
Cream application on the skin certainly should not be careless. One or the other, the use of unsuitable creams can actually make the skin inflamed, either due to allergies or irritation. This is most likely what makes your child's facial skin reddish. Apart from being used for cream, reddish facial skin can also occur due to other factors, for example excessive heat exposure, allergies or irritation due to other substances, hormonal fluctuations, skin infections or other organ systems, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, lupus, shame or excessive fear, and so on.
This reddish facial skin, if it looks very conspicuous, or causes the skin to feel itchy, sore, swollen, peeling, scaly, blistering, and even other severe complaints, it should not be left alone. Check your child directly to a doctor or dermatologist so that his condition can be handled properly according to the cause. Bring the cream that has been used up and show it to the doctor so that it can be assessed, whether the cream really triggered the complaint, or not.
In the meantime, what your child should do:
No longer carelessly use creams or other skin care products
Be diligent in washing your face every morning and evening using mild cleansing soap, a balanced pH, and suitable for your skin type
Don't overuse cosmetics
Don't over-exert physical activity in a hot, sun-exposed environment
Always wear a moisturizer and sunscreen before activating
Don't rub excessive skin
Before going to bed, first clean the cosmetics that are still attached to the face
Drink a lot, get enough rest
Hope this helps ...