How To Deal With Redness Of Sunburn On The Face?
Good evening, I’m a 21 year old girl. This morning I cleaned my face with the cleansing milk that I just bought and it was my first time using this product, then in the afternoon my face was exposed to the sun and when I arrived home, my face was immediately red in certain parts such as forehead, cheeks and chin, which had acne scars. reddened in the area, until now my face is still very red from the sunburn and feels hot. how to fix it huh? And is it dangerous? I don’t feel confident about going out of the house. Thank you..
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. When someone uses certain cosmetics or chemicals on their face and they develop adverse symptoms, such as in your case you are sensitive to sunlight, the condition can occur due to purging or breakout.
Purging is a condition when your skin is still adjusting to these beauty products, while a breakout is a sign that you have to change cosmetics because these cosmetics are not suitable for you. The purging condition will improve over time but the breakout will still generate the same complaints no matter how long you use it. Theoretically, these two things differ in terms of symptoms, but in reality, they can be very difficult to distinguish.
So the best step you can do is check with a dermatologist to find out what you are really experiencing. Meanwhile, to be safer, you should not use these new products, and just wash your face until the effect wears off on your skin. Do not give cosmetics or other topical drugs because we do not know what reactions may arise. Avoid the sun with shade, use a wide hat and umbrella, and avoid buying cosmetics that have no clear credibility or the seller. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa