How To Deal With Skin Flaking With Redness And Itching In Pregnant Women?
At night, I want to ask how to deal with facial skin peeling and redness, itching and itching too.
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First of all, you need to find out in advance the cause of your facial skin to become flaking, redness, pain, and itching. The following are some possible causes:
the use of soap, facial skin care products, or certain cosmetics that do not match your skin
facial skin is so dry that it becomes irritated (a very common thing in pregnant women)
allergic reactions due to other things (for example certain foods or drugs that you consume)
Other skin diseases, such as fungal or bacterial skin infections, psoriasis, rosacea
The following are some things you can do:
If your facial skin feels dry, try to look again at the facial soap you use. Choose soap intended for dry facial skin, avoid using soap that contains antiseptic or scrubs (use scrub only 2-3 times a week). Wash your face with only warm water (not hot water) and rub your face gently (don't rub too rough, so also when you are drying your face with a towel)
Use facial moisturizer immediately after bathing. Pay attention to the ingredients in your face moisturizer. The following are articles that you can read about the dangerous ingredients in facial care products and the selection of skin care products for pregnant women
Use sunscreen when you want to leave the house in the morning and afternoon, do not forget to reaplicate every 2 hours
If you have just changed your facial care products or your cosmetics, pay attention to the possibility of you experiencing allergies or irritations due to certain ingredients in the product, try to stop using the product and look again at the condition of your skin
Pay attention to cleanliness and expiration dates of all cosmetic products that you use
If after trying to do the methods on the skin of your face still peeling, sore, and itching, consult a dermatologist so that further evaluation can be carried out (including looking for the possibility of certain skin diseases).
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