How To Deal With Facial Skin That Has Been Exposed To Facial Cream That Has Been Stained?
Hello. I want to ask, right? My child always plays sports and is exposed to the sun so that my skin is dull black. Because I’m tired of my dull skin accidentally using instant cream (it seems to be mercury) because within a week it makes my skin bright white. Now I use it for almost a year, and it seems like I’m addicted to the cream. Because my face suddenly appears to have red-blue colored veins and if I don’t wear it in 5 days, my facial skin will immediately look dull black again. I WANT TO STOP USE OF THE CREAM. MY QUESTION HOW DO I TAKE CARE OF FACE SKINS CONTINUED TO USE SUCH CREAM? AND WHAT NATURAL WHAT OR PRODUCTS WILL I HAVE TO USE TO MY SKIN CAN LOSE HIS MERCURY EFFECTS? Thank you in advance
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We cannot confirm that the condition you are experiencing is due to mercury because there is no authentic evidence that the cream contains mercury. Although mercury is famous for being able to change skin color quickly and dangerously, it could have happened because of other dangerous ingredients, whether mixed or not, apart from mercury. In essence, we cannot be sure of the contents if there is no direct inspection, which is why you should always buy items that are already BPOM certified and sold by manufacturers who are highly credible.
As for your condition now, our advice would be better if you consulted your skin directly to a dermatologist so that you can find out about his condition. It is also a good idea to bring along the cream that you intended to be able to find out the ingredients. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, do not try alternative medicine or any herbal medicine, do not use drugs without doctor's advice, and in the future make sure the items you buy are certified, or more easily, directly consult a dermatologist or beauty clinic. So, hopefully answering your question.