Overcoming Facial Acne And Dull Skin Simultaneously?
At night, I am 19 years old, I want to ask. like this I have various kinds of pimples there are small stones but there are in the pores so it does not cause inflammation, and I came to one of the beauty clinics but there I was given morning cream, spotted medicine, toner, facial wash, serum, milk cleanser. so I wasn’t given night cream. the doctor at the clinic said that the deep bruntusan was due to bb cream so I was not allowed to use any powder or powder either, I was not given night cream because the reason was still with acne so my face was very dull and the pimples looked very much, and I planned buy a night cream for pimples which has a brightening ingredient but from a beauty clinic that is different from before so I use night cream and morning cream, toner, etc. from two clinics, is it OK ??
Hello Neneng, thank you for the question.
Dull and acne prone skin is certainly very unsettling, especially for women. Various conditions can cause dull and acne prone skin, for example:
Hormonal influences, sometimes fluctuations in hormone levels can change the appearance of one's skin
Air pollution, including the amount of exposure to vehicle smoke and cigarette smoke
Lack of rest
Sports that are rare
Lots of caffeine consumption, and so on.
Acne that is deeper and rarely comes out usually is nodulocystic acne. This type of acne is more difficult to overcome, but it is not impossible to cure. The treatment you get from the beauty clinic is actually complete. If you want to add a night cream from another clinic, basically as long as the cream does not contain harmful ingredients and does not cause an allergic reaction, then there is no problem. You can also try a homemade mask made from fruit or vegetables, eggs and honey, or aloe vera, wear before going to bed at night, then rinse thoroughly.
Prevention of acne and dull skin you can do such as drinking enough water, limit caffeine (2-3 cups of coffee or tea per day), adequate night rest (the need for sleep each person varies, generally around 5-7 hours) , moderate intensity exercise (for example jogging or brisk walking 30 minutes 3-5 times per week, or 3 times 45 minutes per week). Don't forget to use sunscreen all the time, and make it a habit to eat vegetables and fruit, don't go on a strict diet.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.