How To Deal With Dry Face And Acne?
hello r my age is now 18 years old, I want to ask r n my face now how come I have pimples yes, I used to have no pimples on my face r why because my face wash soap, I use Ponds White Beauty Facial Foam and using ponds day cream white beauty, I just used it just now .. my facial skin is a dry skin type .. r what is the solution? r nthank you😊
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The growth of acne on the skin can indeed be caused by the use of inappropriate facial skin care products. It could be that the product that you are using it based on does contain irritating substances that can trigger irritation and inflammation of the skin. Or, it could be that the products you use are actually safe to use, it's just that your skin has excessive sensitivity to the components in these products so that inflammation occurs. Inflammation of the pilosebaceous glands is the basis for the appearance of an acne.
Not only due to the use of inappropriate skin care products, acne can also appear due to other triggers, for example:
Hormonal fluctuations, for example at puberty, nearing menstruation, nearing menopause Bacterial skin infections P. acne Unhealthy dietary patterns Lack of sleep Psychological stress Skin exposure to sunlight or other irritants Side effects of drugs, contraception Other illnesses, such as PCOS (syndrome polycystic ovaries), thyroid gland disorders, etc. Switching to certain skin care products should not be done carelessly without first consulting a doctor. Because, it could be, this product actually triggers the appearance of your acne.
Our advice is that you first check your complaint with a doctor or a dermatologist. Bring along the skin care products that you are currently using, so that your doctor will evaluate it directly, whether it is right for you to use it or not. The doctor can treat acne later by giving you special creams, medicines, and other medical procedures, such as dermabrasion, chemical peels, lasers, and so on.
At home, you can get rid of your acne by following these steps:
Try to sleep more regularly, don't stay up late Increase consumption of foods rich in antioxidants Limit foods that contain lots of carbohydrates, trans fats, saturated fats, cholesterol Also limit consumption of dairy products Wash your face regularly twice a day using a cleansing soap that suits your skin type Do not rub or touch the skin too often, especially with dirty hands. Protect skin from sun exposure and other irritants Use sunscreen Do not squeeze or peel pimples by force Avoid excessive stress Hope it helps, yes ..