Lip Sticks Out Due To The Use Of Lipstick?
, want to ask, these past few weeks my lips like to have an eruption. I am a lipstick user, because I used lipstick B (before switching to lipstick A, I am indeed a lipstick B user). After returning to lipstick B for some reason after 2 days suddenly the lip bursts. At first I thought that because of lipstick B (afraid when I bought it I didn’t see the date of expire), finally I changed my lipstick again to lipstick C. With new lipstick, it was fine at first, but after a week the action appeared again. That’s why, right? If I read the previous question, the signs that the doctor mentioned were in the form of eruptions and itching, or eruptions and runny. But for me, this is just stalling and feels dry, not glazing and not runny. Is it because my lips are accustomed to lipstick A so that even though I use lipstick that I previously didn’t match? Or is there a food allergy? thanks.
Allergic reactions can indeed be one consideration for complaints that you experience, please note that allergic reactions do not have to always occur after exposure to a particular substance or object. There is also a slow type of allergic reaction where complaints only appear after a few days, weeks, months, or even years after exposure to these substances / objects.
However, it is very difficult to ascertain whether the complaint is caused by an allergy to the lipstick product that you are using or is caused by another problem, because conditions like the following can also be considered for the symptoms that you are experiencing.
Dry lips Drug side effects Inflammation of the lips due to the habit of biting or licking the lips Infections (for example herpes, candida fungus, etc.) Auto immune disease (for example lupus) Conditions are not necessarily the same as the conditions experienced by you, so you are expected to check yourself first to the doctor directly so that further evaluation can be done. Doctors still need more information than through interview sessions about your medical history and also conduct health checks. Later from the information obtained, the doctor can consider what treatment or action is most appropriate to overcome the symptoms of itching and bruntusan on your lips.
As a preliminary treatment, avoid the habit of licking and biting lips, use lipstick products or lip moisturizers that are made from light (hypoallergic / tend not to trigger allergies), and drink plenty of water.
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