How To Deal With Striped Skin?
hello, I want to ask if, for example, I make bleaching cream for my striped hands regularly but there is already a BPOM cream, is it safe if I use it regularly? does it have any side effects later in the day? thanks
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Striped skin really disturbs appearance especially for women. Although it often occurs due to sun exposure, this condition has many other causes, including:
There has been a wound or injury, it can be in the form of abrasions, burns, or infections. The sores caused by this condition are not permanent. Vitiligo or a skin condition in which certain parts of the body are paler or whiter than other parts of the body due to a lack of Melasma skin color-producing substances, or skin conditions that are easily the opposite of vitiligo In this condition there is an excessive production of skin dyes
Regarding your question, one way to deal with streaks on the skin is indeed to use whitening creams, and it is true that one way to ensure that these items are safe to use is by looking at the BPOM label on the packaging. However, with the prevalence of fraud in various ways today, we urge you to keep buying them in official stores and not online to ensure more safety.
Then about side effects, what you need to know is that side effects can occur in drugs, creams, or any chemical substance, even though it is official. Side effects are difficult to predict, so if they occur, the best thing you can do is get them checked by a dermatologist. Therefore, to minimize side effects, we highly recommend that you consult a dermatologist for your skin problems.
Meanwhile, consume more foods rich in vitamins A, C and E such as mangoes, oranges, pineapples, and lemons to help brighten the skin, also avoid the sun by wearing long-sleeved clothes, hats or sunscreen with SPF 30. healthy family always.
That is all, hope to help.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa