How To Stop The Cream Concoction Doctor?
Hello, I want to tell you a little about my experience using cream concoctions from doctors, in the past my face was very vulnerable to acne, blackheads and bruntusan, then my friend suggested using theraskin cream, I also tried the cream until now and the results are very visible, but I have wanted to stop because my skin is getting white and the skin is getting thinner, now what I want to ask, how do I normalize my skin as before, do I have to really stop or slowly leave the cream? Thank you in advance, Wassalam🙏
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Every doctor's treatment is undertaken, you should always control every time the doctor has determined, so that the doctor can evaluate the results of treatment. Meanwhile, if you use cosmetics products that are sold freely, always be careful before buying, find out the active ingredient content and find out also whether the product has been registered and obtained BPOM permission. Use the product according to the instructions for use. If there are complaints, as you experience, that the skin becomes thinner and whiter, you should immediately consult a dermatologist. The doctor will see whether the concentration of active substances contained in excess for your skin problems.
So before you decide to stop treatment, it's good to first control yes and discuss about your plan. Before it stops completely, the doctor may reduce the concentration of active substances contained or reduce the frequency of use of the cream. According to the needs of your skin condition. As for after the drug is stopped, the face's condition may just be as before.
Here I write the tips for facial acne treatment, namely:
1. Wash your face 2 times a day gently with a special face wash (oil free) with a soft texture.
2. Use a special sunscreen oily skin every 2-3 hours.
3. Avoid excessive makeup.
4. Use special oily skin makeup.
5. Wash your face thoroughly after using makeup.
6. Don't squeeze pimples.
7. Use a face cream that can exfoliate the skin gradually, such as retinoic acid. Mainly used in areas with acne.
Thus hopefully useful.