How To Deal With Dry And Scorched Skin After Swimming?
evening, I want to ask. so about 4 days ago I swam, before swimming my face was fine but after swimming I used a cream from d *** r * I used the cream it’s been almost 1 month, but after swimming yesterday my face started to turn reddish over time dry and charred. how to overcome it?
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a history of using kream and complaints of reddish to scorched skin after swimming may be caused by improper use of kream, especially when you are active in the sun. Some ingredients contained in facial treatment creams, can react to sun exposure so that it can cause irritation or inflammation complaints on facial skin when used does not follow the instructions. So reading how to use it correctly and cleaning the rest of the facial care creams used correctly can prevent the side effects of skin irritation while on the move in the sun. Some skin care ingredients that can cause side effects after sun exposure are:
1. retinoid acid
2. citrus oil
7. salicylic acid
8. Azelaic acid
The use of skin care ingredients that are sensitive to sunlight, can be used at night and any use of products that are at risk can be immediately rinsed and cleaned, so as not to leave these ingredients when you are active in the sun.
Likewise when you swim, you should use a sun screen or sun block to help prevent the effects of sun burn on the skin, where the side effects of sun burn can increase the risk of itching on the skin, skin irritation, skin redness, blackened skin and skin inflammation. If you feel sunburn complaints like reddish skin or darker skin, then you can use natural moisturizers or skin care ingredients that contain moisturizers to help maintain the freshness of your skin, such as aloe vera. In addition, use sunblock during your activities outside or in the sun.
However, if you feel uncomfortable and are increasingly disturbed by these complaints, you can consult directly with your dermatologist for examination and evaluation. The doctor will do a good interview regarding the creams that you use and the contents of the creams, the doctor can also plan a direct physical examination of the complaints that you feel. With this direct examination, the results of the examination will be a reference for doctors to provide appropriate care and treatment.
For now, some light effort you can do:
1. give a cold compress or wet towel to the reddish skin area
2. meet water needs
3. get enough rest
4. use sun block
5. do not exfoliate dry skin, just clean it when you shower
Thus the info we can convey.