How To Deal With Striped Facial Skin?
I used to use 1 cosmetic product for my striped face because after swimming on the beach, the results matched me and the stripes on my face also disappeared. Several days I forgot to not use the product, and as a result, my face started to look dull and dull. I also tried some of the products I used until the product ran out, it couldn’t return my skin to normal, I even used a face mask to no avail.
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Having clean, evenly bright facial skin is certainly the desire of almost everyone. Striped skin can be caused by several things, on the face, generally due to sun exposure. Frequent sun exposure can cause sunburn and discoloration of the skin. Sun exposure triggers the skin to produce more melanin and darken. To overcome this, the use of sunscreen is very important. Don't forget to use sunscreen 30 minutes before leaving the room, at least 30 SPF, apply evenly to all skin that may be exposed to sunlight, re-apply every 2 hours outdoors, or if wet with sweat.
Other causes of skin patches can include melasma, vitiligo, Addison's disease, all of which require treatment from a doctor. So if you have used sunscreen regularly and correctly but the skin that the stripes doesn't go away, you should check with your doctor, so you can be given appropriate treatment.
Hopefully it will get better soon,