Reddish Spots And Itching Appear On The Skin After Using Scrubs And Lotions?
Hello congratulations mlm … my name is rome from my origin from the middle of Central Java … this is what I want to tell you about my illness … now I am feeling gatel2 for more than 3 days … I think maybe this is the effect of me using a shower scrub, the initial reddish spots continue to be very stubborn my legs and hands until my spots arise even scratching even more widened spots along with small wounds from scratching my hand, after that I’ve stopped or not using the body scrub that I only use handbody lotion .. but the gatelnya doesn’t cured even still itchy until now .. what is the influence of the handbody that I use what to do? Please the solution and what medicine should I take
Thank you for the question.
Inappropriate use of skin care products, including graduation or handbody, can indeed trigger redness and itching due to allergies or irritation. If the itchy skin is scratched excessively, it is not impossible that the scars that can occur are more difficult to remove scars. Not infrequently, complaints from allergies or skin irritations last longer, even until the product is used.
However, apart from allergies or irritations, it can also be red and itchy spots on the skin of your hands and feet arising from other triggers, such as fungal infections, impetigo, prickly heat, scabies, insect bites, atopic dermatitis, drug eruptions, seborrheic dermatitis, neurodermatitis , etc. Some of these conditions can easily spread or spread to people around you if not treated immediately.
We suggest, check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist to identify the cause of your complaint and then be given the best solution. In the meantime, you can do it first:
Temporarily avoid products that are suspected to trigger allergies or irritations, before being declared safe by a doctor
Even if itchy, don't scratch or rub excessively
Be diligent in the bath, wash your hands and feet well, then dry well
Each will be active, use a moisturizer and sunscreen first to keep the skin dry
Don't let your skin come into contact with detergents, sharp soap, latex, rough clothing, and other substances that can also trigger allergies or irritations on your skin
Do not play in the sun
On itchy skin, first apply calamine lotion so that it feels more comfortable
Improve your personal hygiene, and do not carelessly exchange personal belongings with others
Hope this helps ...