Rough Facial Skin Like Chicken Skin In Women 25 Years?
Hello, I am a 25 year old woman. I want to ask, my right cheek has rough skin and looks like chicken skin. But not all. Only from around the chin to the jaw. And feels numb. Actually, is this a disease or not? R nhow to deal with it. I feel insecure. R n r nThank you. Please answer yes.
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Rough facial skin can be caused by various things, including dry skin, blackheads or acne, and several other skin diseases such as fungal infections, psoriasis, dermatitis, and eczema.
Regarding skin disorders, it is better to do a direct visual examination to understand the types of disorders and the causes that occur. Dry skin can occur due to the influence of the skin type itself, the influence of nutrition, and the influence of exposure to the external environment. Whereas blackheads are blockages of glands by oil in the skin, if they are infected with bacteria it will become inflamed and acne will develop.
For other skin disorders, such as fungal infections, it can also cause rough, soft skin touch, accompanied by itching and red rashes. While psoriasis, dermatitis and eczema are chronic disorders of the skin, can be caused by immune disorders.
Regarding your condition, rough and numb skin needs to be evaluated by direct examination to assess the picture of the disease and determine the exact cause. Numbness can be caused by disorders of the peripheral nerves in the area where there is an abnormality. But you don't need to worry, the following things you can do at home to reduce the complaints you feel:
Provide skin moisturizer, especially those containing SPF so that the skin does not get sunburned Use cosmetic products according to your skin Diligently clean facial skin Do not rub or scratch the sore area Consumption of nutritious foods Reduce high-fat foods Adequate water needs Topical corticosteroids can be considered for inflamed skin. If the complaint gets worse, do not hesitate to consult and check with your nearest dermatologist. That is the information that I can convey, hope it helps