Overcome Prone Skin With White Spots
Hello, my name is my daughter, I am in grade 2 and there is a problem with my facial skin that is prone to breakouts, dryness and white spots that people often call milia, so I’m not confident, please give me tips hhe thank you
Originally posted 2020-04-16 14:30:06.
Milia are small bumps on the face that look like pimples or blackheads but cannot be extracted like blackheads. While acne can be influenced by hormonal, stress, genetic, excess oil, clogged pores, the use of cosmetics or skincare, and bacterial infections that cause acne.
To help reduce acne, Putri can try to do facial treatments at home as follows:
Do not touch the face before washing hands
Reduce sweet and oily foods
Get enough rest
Don't squeeze pimples
Clean your face regularly, especially before going to sleep
Avoid sun exposure
Use sunscreen that matches your skin type
Select all non comedogenic and hypoallergenic skincare
Use over-the-counter acne medications
Avoid rubbing the face too hard, if you use a scrub, choose the softest grain (better not scrub first if there is still active acne)
Manage stress well
Avoid using creams that contain lightening while still having acne
For milia, it can improve by itself, but generally it takes a long time. Doctors can intervene further to overcome milia if needed, for example with cauter, peeling, and cryotherapy. Meanwhile, if Princess acne is still difficult to handle, Putri can consult directly with a dermatologist so that it can be given a more optimal treatment. But for now, just do maintenance at home and reduce the activity outside the home to prevent transmission of corona infection. You can consult a dermatologist after the condition allows it.
Hope it helps you,