How To Deal With Uneven Facial Skin Due To Peeling?
Hello, I want to ask, how do I make my facial skin peel off evenly, because my facial skin is exfoliated but my skin hasn’t been peeled off yet
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First of all, I want to confirm first why your skin is peeling?
Normally human skin will always change. Old skin will die and peel itself and will be replaced by new skin. However, generally this peeling will not be seen and will not be felt (the skin will not be seen scaly peeling under normal conditions) and this skin replacement will occur evenly on the entire surface of the skin.
If your skin peels are not flat, then the possibility of exfoliation that you experience is not a natural exfoliation, meaning that it might occur because your skin is too dry, your skin is sunburned, you have an infection or inflammation of the previous skin in the area of the peeling skin, you are using certain medicines, etc. You should first explain what happened to your skin before the peeling occurs.
If your skin has inflammation or a previous infection (for example, you have just had a wound, dermatitis, zits, or fungal infection on your face) then the skin peels off the affected area or infection, then you are called post-inflammatory hypopigmentation. In this case there is nothing you can do because inflammation is indeed uneven on your face. Over time, the lighter color will return to the original color of your skin (may take a very long time, months to years).
If your skin is flaking from the sun, then it's likely that not all of your skin has been exfoliated yet. You can wait patiently so that the skin that hasn't peeled off naturally until your skin tone is flat again. Do not rub your face harshly to trigger exfoliation.
If you use certain medications that cause peeling, then you should use these drugs evenly on your face so that the skin is evenly exfoliated. Make sure you consult a doctor first before using these drugs.
If you do not know clearly the cause of exfoliation and uneven color on your skin, you should do a check with a dermatologist. In the meantime, make sure you always use sunscreen before you go out in the morning and afternoon, and don't forget to re-apply every 2 hours.
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