Remedy For Black Spots And Pimples?
Hello, I am 22 years old and my face is full of pimples and black spots. I am currently using acne cream. Is it possible to use acne cream as long as I use a cream to treat black spots?
Acne is influenced by many factors such as genetic, hormonal, stress, excess oil, pores that are blocked by dead skin cells, and bacterial infections that cause acne. Acne often leaves black spots. To overcome the problem of acne and black spots, it is important to know the patient's skin condition first.
There are several treatments for acne including topical medications (retinoids, antibiotics, benzoyl peroxide, sulfur), oral medicines (isotretinoin, antibiotics, hormonal), and actions (chemical peeling, laser, mesotherapy, injection of acne, photodynamic therapy).
As for black spots, doctors will generally focus on handling black spots after acne has improved, for example with chemical peels (different from peeling fluid with acne), laser, dermaroller, microdermabrasion, mesotherapy, and administration of creams that contain lightening.
Regarding acne cream along with black spots cream, unfortunately you do not mention the contents or content of each cream so it is difficult to ascertain whether the cream can be used together or not. But the principle is that acne should be treated first, and then treat black spots after the condition of the acne improves or rarely appears pimples again.
If you have difficulty handling acne and black spots with over-the-counter creams, you can consult further with a dermatologist so you can check the condition of the skin first and then you can be given more optimal treatment.
To help deal with black spots and pimples, you can do the following tips:
Don't squeeze jetrawat
Do not touch the face before washing hands
Get enough rest
Manage stress well
Use skincare and makeup that is more non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic
Reduce the use of facial makeup, you can still use lip and eye makeup
Use non-comedogenic sunscreens and avoid sun exposure
Hope it helps you,