It Is A Safe Distance To Replace One Beauty Cream With Another?
I want to ask if I initially used Vitacid and want to switch to another whitening cream, what is the good distance to stop Vitacid from another cream, is it okay to immediately change to another cream
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The use of creams to treat skin health, whether it is to treat acne or other inflammation, whiten the skin, and so on, you should not do it carelessly. Although they can often be obtained easily at pharmacies or medical equipment stores, various skin care products often contain ingredients that are not included in over-the-counter drugs, so their use is only safe if done under a doctor's supervision. In addition, there is also the potential for skin care products that are sold freely to contain ingredients that are harmful to skin health, for example mercury, hydroquinone, and so on. Therefore, without knowing the type and composition of the whitening cream you want to use, we are not authorized to recommend, or explain in detail, how to use it.
We recommend that you consult a doctor or dermatologist before using any creams, including whitening creams. Using a whitening cream that is not right is very risky to cause problems, both to the skin, and your body's health in general. Some of the risks that may be caused include allergies, skin irritation, acne, swelling, peeling, to an increased risk of skin cancer. By going directly to the doctor, the doctor can evaluate the condition of your skin, along with any problems that arise on your skin. So, the best treatment to make the skin look whiter, the doctor can adjust it according to your needs.
Here are steps you can take if you want to make your skin look whiter:
Bathing and washing your face more diligently, namely 2 times a day Do not rub the skin excessively, especially using dirty hands or towels Use sunscreen that contains SPF 30 or more before doing outdoor activities Also use a wide hat, bright clothes, or an umbrella when doing activities in the hot sun whenever possible Not peeling, squeezing, or manipulating complaints on the skin carelessly (for example when blackheads or pimples appear) Do not hold the skin with dirty hands Reduce the use of excessive make up on the skin Clean the skin regularly before bed Eat more vegetables and fruits- Fruits rich in vitamins and antioxidants Drink plenty of water. Don't get used to staying up late or sleeping too late.