Red And Itchy Spots With Peeling Of The Facial Skin?

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, a few days ago my face felt itchy and then red spots appeared after a few days the red spots dried up and peeled off. Why do you think that’s why?

1 Answer:

Hello,

Itchy red spots on the skin along with peeling of the facial skin can occur when you have an irritation or allergy. Irritation or allergies can be triggered by the use of facial products that are not suitable, such as cosmetics, moisturizers, facial cleansing soaps. The use of creams for acne that contain retinoid acid can also cause the face to peel. Likewise with exposure to dust and irritants to the face. Complaints of itching will occur more easily if you have dry skin type.

To overcome this, you need to evaluate which facial products you have recently used and have the potential to cause these complaints. Stop using these facial products for a while and visit a dermatologist so that they can be treated properly.

Our recommendation:

while avoiding facial cleansers that contain scrubs because they can aggravate irritation, wash your hands first when handling facial skin so that secondary infections don't occur. Don't use cosmetics first. Avoid exposure to dust and other irritants on your face.

May be useful,

dr.Mira

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