How Long To Find Out Is Not Suitable For Facial Soap?
so my name is Nana I am 17 Years old Sensitive Oily skin (Medium) .. I have acne that is 4 years old and has not healed … I have changed my face wash and found no suitable and can cure my problem … my acne on the forehead ( Bruntusan and Little Acne Pustule) and on the cheek near the nose (redness u0026amp; big pores + small rough small pimples) and I also have a skin problem where if I look at the face the face looks greasy but strangely like visible lines of skin (dry). I am now using Face Wash (Non BHA But AHA (Citric Acid) and Neem Leaves Without SLS (but Fragmented) for my sensitive acne prone skin … I guess if I have to wait for results to look … and for a period of time we have to waiting for washing your face work or even not working?
Good night Nana, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Acne is a skin condition that is not dangerous but is often annoying, especially if it lasts longer and there are more than one. Understanding your condition, it is true that one suggestion for treating acne is with a facial cleansing product. But if you have experienced zits for years and nothing has changed, maybe you need more than that.
Acne occurs when facial pores are blocked, while this blockage can be due to bacterial infection, a face that tends to be oily, hormonal imbalances, side effects of drugs, stress, heredity and a lack of maintaining facial hygiene. So that even though it looks simple and can be experienced by everyone, the fact is that stubborn acne may require different treatments for each person. For example, if due to bacterial infection may require antibiotics. If due to hormonal imbalances, you may need a cream or a drug that contains hormones to restore balance, and so on. Therefore, with your current condition, our advice is that you should move from using facial care products to examinations by a dermatologist, so that you can be treated thoroughly by experts.
Then regarding your next question about when you can feel the results of a product, this will depend very much on the product, whether they are of the harsh type and claim that your face can change immediately within a few days, or the type of treatment that should be used routinely for few weeks. So for this question, it's actually more appropriate to ask the product customer service. What is clear, if it has been for months and there are no results at all, even though you have also made changes in lifestyle such as avoiding exposure to pollution, sunlight, dust, and cigarette smoke, then the possibility of the product is not suitable for you. Therefore it is again important to check yourself to a dermatologist, so that things like this can be straightened out.
Meanwhile, it is no problem to continue the product you have now, and also support it by avoiding the things we have mentioned above, plus multiply the consumption of fruits and vegetables, sufficient fluid needs, reduce consumption of fatty and coconut milk foods, regular exercise, and rest sufficient. So, hopefully answering your question.