Hello. I want to ask, my nose is red, and sometimes I like it like pimples but the discharge is like that, and the skin is peeling, but it’s oily too. Actually why huh ?? And what do you have to do to get better? thank you
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The T area on the face, namely the forehead, nose, and chin, does tend to be oilier than the rest of the face. This condition, if not treated properly, can facilitate inflammation (inflammation). This is what can make the skin red, rash-like pimples, peeling, itching, and various other complaints.
A nodule that releases pus when squeezed can arise for various reasons, for example acne, folliculitis, impetigo, contact dermatitis, and so on. This condition and also a variety of other complaints you are susceptible to experienced by those who have sensitive skin, do not maintain good skin hygiene, use inappropriate skin care, are often exposed to sunlight, smoke, dust, pollution, and various other irritants.
First, you should check your skin condition with a dermatologist so that you can evaluate the skin type and the cause of your complaint. Thus, a new doctor can determine the best treatment according to your condition, for example by administering topical drugs, or also by recommending special treatments, such as dermabrasion, peels, lasers, and so on.
At this time, the initial treatment that you should do is:
Do not touch reddened and peeling skin with dirty hands Wash your hands and shorten your nails Diligently wash your face 2 times a day using a mild cleansing soap suitable for oily and sensitive skin types Avoid squeezing rashes that resemble pimples, or exfoliating peeling skin forcibly Avoid excessive sun exposure, especially during the day between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Avoid sleeping too late at night, especially staying up late. Eat healthy and nutritious foods, especially vegetables and fruits rich in antioxidants. Do not smoke. Avoid stress. 5 liters per day Hope this helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah