Pimple Papules And Pustules?
Hello, I want to ask about acne. so the story is when I was 19 years old I went to a beauty clinic that was well known to many people. the initial use worked very well on my skin. after 1 year of using my face so many hairs, severe oily and often breakouts. then I decided to stop using the cream from the clinic, and after I stopped using the cream, my face became severe stubborn, and I have given products to cure acne but mentally, and almost half a year has not healed, even though I had drunk lots of water , regular exercise. according to the doctor what else should I do and what medicine is suitable for me. Thanks. 🙂
Hello Mila, Thank you for the question.
Have you gone to a dermatologist? Acne is a skin problem that anyone can experience. Hair follicles can become blocked by dead skin cells and buildup of skin oil which then causes inflammation. Infection by bacteria on the surface of the skin can cause further inflammation in the hair follicles. Some other factors that can increase a person's risk of experiencing acne are hormonal changes, heredity, friction of objects with the skin, high stress levels, and the use of cosmetics. Acne that can appear in the form of whiteheads blackheads, blackheads, papules, pustules, cysts, and nodules.
You can use benzoyl peroxide cream / gel to treat mild acne. This cream / gel functions to kill bacteria that cause acne and treat inflammation. However, this cream / gel must be used for at least 6 weeks before showing results on your skin.
It is also recommended that you do the following suggestions:
clean the face with a gentle facial cleanser soap that is not foaming and does not contain fragrance avoid the use of thick cosmetics clean the face of cosmetics before going to bed to consult a dermatologist for further examination and treatment, especially if your acne condition is getting worse. Your doctor will examine treatments that are appropriate for your condition such as topical retinoids, topical antibiotics or tablets, hormone therapy, antiandrogens.
I hope this helps.