Overcoming Acne That Appears During Pregnancy?
Afternoon … Want to ask since I was pregnant my face has so many spots “the same small pimples so how do I get rid of it?
Thank you for the question.
Hormonal fluctuations during pregnancy can indeed affect skin conditions, including making the skin drier, more sensitive, and more easily dull. These conditions, if not treated properly, can trigger complaints like you experience, which is an increase in acne and spots on the skin. Apart from hormonal influences, poor personal hygiene, improper use of skin care products, unhealthy eating patterns, lack of rest, stress, sun exposure and other skin irritations, etc. can also influence the appearance of skin problems during pregnancy this. Although not always dangerous, it's clear this condition can be very disturbing in appearance.
Even so, it should be understood as well, that the selection of skin care products during pregnancy should not be arbitrary. Mistakenly, the product that was originally intended to improve skin conditions, can actually make your skin condition worse, and can also adversely affect the development of the fetus in your womb. Therefore, to resolve your complaint, you are safer to try natural steps first as follows:
Wash your face morning and evening using mild cleansing soap, pH balanced, matched to your skin type. Do not rub excess skin, do not also slough and squeeze pimples and spots on the skin. Do not hold facial skin with dirty hands Protect facial skin from exposure to sunlight, smoke, dust, pollution, and other skin irritants Be careful in choosing skin care products, consult your doctor first Drink water more diligently, eat lots of vegetables and fruits too Do not sleep too late at night If in 2 to 4 weeks you have not seen any significant improvement in the condition of your skin, do not hesitate to see yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist yes. can be adjusted so as not to interfere with the fetus in your womb.
Hope this helps ...