How To Get Rid Of Boils That Are Hollow And Protruding?
In the afternoon I want to ask r nHow do I get rid of boils that are hollow and protruding, these ulcers have been around for a long time but they haven’t gone away r nI have applied honey, egg white but they can’t disappear either r nPlease for a solution
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Boils (boils) occur as a result of infection of the hair follicles by bacteria. Usually, the bacteria that cause this infection are actually bacteria that normally reside on the skin. However, this bacterial population can increase and cause infection in the hair follicles if there is an injury facilitating it. Poor personal hygiene and poor body resistance can increase your risk of developing ulcers.
Boils generally appear as a reddish rash filled with pus inside, accompanied by pain and / or itching that is very annoying. Boils can also trigger swelling in the area of the skin around them, then they can burst and drain pus. After healing, boils can leave marks that are reddish or black in color, can be flat, hollow (hollow), or protrude from the surface of the skin. Often times, these boil marks are more difficult to remove than the boils themselves.
If the boil marks have appeared for a very long time (more than the past 1 month), this condition can generally only get better with the direct treatment of a doctor or skin specialist. Therefore, you should visit the doctor directly at the nearest health facility. Some steps can be handled by the doctor, such as by administering special creams, or further therapy, such as laser, surgery, and so on.
What you should do right now is:
Not scratching, peeling, or carelessly treating the boil with any tools (including unclean fingers)
Bathing regularly 2 times a day, use soap that contains antiseptic and salicylic acid so that the skin is protected from the risk of infection and skin regeneration runs more optimally
Eat healthy and nutritious foods, rich in vitamin C so that skin health is maintained
Do not exchange personal items (including clothes, pants, or towels) with other people who have contagious skin diseases
Hope it helps ..