Selection Of Skin Care For Acne Prone Skin?
Hello doctor. I want to ask before I use cetaphil gentle and safe. Then, when I travel around the plaza, there is a brand that pays for a free skin check with a skin check sensor and I check it there and they call my skin type oily and the seeds of acne are also many in it. Actually, the condition outside my skin doesn’t have acne, it’s only a complaint if it’s already dusting a little 10 minutes and then it starts growing pimples. That’s why they have acne seeds in them a lot. But in terms of humidity I declared dry. Previously I used cetaphil gentle and they changed it to cetaphil oily because my skin was oily and your humidity was dry and when it was not getting dry … was it really a doctor ??? And what does that match my skin type ??? And now I have used cetaphil oily initially on the part of my nose and became smooth skin exfoliation is that a normal reaction ?? Please explain the doctor thank you 😊🙏
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Previously we needed to clarify that in medical terms there is no such thing as a pimple. Acne appears when there are clogged pores, whether it is triggered by oily skin, large pores, hormonal changes, faces that are often exposed to sunlight, dust, smoke and pollution, or due to hereditary factors. The term acne seeds may be their way of simplifying the mechanism of acne, but for the use of the term itself it is not common in the medical world.
Then regarding the product that you are asking about, basically if you are comfortable with the one you used before, and there are no specific skin problems, it doesn't matter if you don't change it, although maybe you think your skin is oily. Because in the end, beauty products and cosmetics will come back again depending on the suitability of each person. There are products whose appropriations are right and so forth, but the skin problem is permanent, and some work for some people, but it doesn't work for others.
Besides that, we do not check your skin directly, and therefore cannot clarify whether your skin is oily and requires special products or not. So if you really need expert clarification, we suggest checking with a dermatologist or a beauty clinic with good credibility. There will be seen immediately and carried out checks to ascertain what your skin type and what type of treatment is right. You may take the product for your doctor to see.
As for reactions that feel sore and have flaking, if there is indeed a writing on the packaging that is a reasonable reaction, or the pain is only brief and there are no other symptoms, then no problem. But if there is no warning that the pain is a natural feeling, or the pain persists for hours, making the skin red, pain and so forth. You should not use it first until it is declared safe by your doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.