Pimple Bruntusan On The Forehead Of Teenagers Aged 15 Years?
… I’m a teenager … and my name is Tata, I’m 15 years old … I have problems with pimples and pimples and pimples and pimples without eyes (sometimes) and it’s all on the forehead and some on the cheeks (on the cheeks are pimples without eyes) I often change my skincare … and because my zits don’t go away I decided to buy a facial wash product for sensitive skin with an ingredient that reads: -witch hazel -salicycilid acidBut after using the wash my face ‘three days’ then my face became dull and oily .. my brunt acne is getting bigger and 1 pimple appears at the top of the forehead that hurts but doesn’t have eyes … Does purging work like that … if it breaks out even though I already used salicylic acid products why do I still breakout? … is it purging ?? And if it is purging ?? how long does it take … and does purging hurt my pimples? … Because I sometimes see beauty bloggers who say that sometimes their purging is painful and red … What do I experience is purging ???
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Some conditions can occur related to your complaint, namely:
1. Purging is a condition of facial skin, which appears to be small spots after using new facial care products that contain substances that are exfoliative. This substance causes periodic exfoliation so that small pimples under the peeled skin appear surface. The substances that have these exfoliating properties, including retinod, AHA (Alpha hydroxy acid), BHA (beta hydroxy acid), glycolic acid, salicylic acid and sulfur. Small pimples in purging can also be large. In this condition, the use of facial care products can be continued, purging will improve in 2 weeks.
2. Breakout, which is a condition on facial skin that is marked by the appearance of acne due to incompatible with newly used facial care products. In this condition, the use of facial care products must be stopped immediately.
3. Allergic contact dermatitis, which is an inflammatory reaction in the skin that occurs due to contact with substances that can cause allergic reactions.
You should consult with a dermatologist. The doctor will do an examination of your facial skin to then provide facial care products that are appropriate to your type and skin problem.
Meanwhile, you should avoid foods that are high in fat. Then eat vegetables and fruits that are high in vitamins A and C, or you can get these vitamins from food supplements.
You can read about tips to deal with acne prone skin.
Thus hopefully useful.