Pimples On The Face After Several Months Using Beauty Creams?
Hello doctor, I’m nineteen years old turning twenty. A few months back I was using one of the rutinan cream. He said that the cream was detoxified if you used it for the first time, right? About two months, it did not detox, the next month there were no pimples. But in the next month, there will be more acne. According to the doctor, is it better if I continue using the cream or replace it with skincare? If using skincare, what recommendations do I have for my age … Or is it really natural to grow zits every two weeks?
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The cream you mean is one example of skincare. Skincare is a facial treatment product, where one of its functions is as a detoxification, which is to neutralize toxins contained in the skin.
Choosing skincare should not be arbitrary. Choose skincare given a production permit by BPOM (the drug and food regulatory agency). In addition, choose skincare that matches your skin type. There are 3 types of human skin, namely normal skin, oily skin and dry skin. Each requires appropriate skincare. In addition, there is a risk of allergic reactions on certain people's skin. So you have to be careful.
You can choose any skincare brand that is labeled according to your skin type. However, if an unexpected reaction occurs, such as pimples, reddish spots, dryness, peeling, etc., stop using it immediately. If symptoms are extensive and very disturbing due to itching or tenderness, consult a dermatologist. In order to be able to do further tests and appropriate treatment. However, if complaints are minimal and not so disturbing, you can simply stop using the cause skincare product. Conditions will improve afterwards. In general, skin changes occur every 28 days. Repairing your skin problems may be faster, but it can also be slower. This time varies greatly because many things will affect, such as the severity of complaints, adequate nutrition, exposure to sunlight and dust, etc.
Some things you can do to expedite the improvement of complaints, namely:
1. Wash your face 2 times a day using a gentle facial wash soap and according to skin type. Gently Rub the Face.
2. Take vitamin C supplements regularly.
3. Use a retinoid acid ointment at night thinly on the zit. Ointment is exfoliative which will slough off dead skin cells in the zit area so that the follicles that were blocked become open again.
Thus hopefully useful.