Skin That Looks Smooth, Then Becomes Pimpled, Itchy And Suppurating
Hello, I want to ask about acne. Lately my skin condition has worsened. Initially, an eruption appeared on the temple area to the chin, after I gave the medicine then the puffiness became pimples, itching, and pain. Is this a sign that acne will heal or vice versa? …
Originally posted 2020-04-15 15:08:23.
Thank you for the question.
Skin that appears bruntusan, then become acne, itchiness, and even suppuration is likely to indicate infected skin. Other factors, such as contact dermatitis, hormonal fluctuations, stress, improper skin care, genetics, sensitive skin types, the influence of drugs consumed, unhealthy eating patterns and lifestyles, poor personal hygiene, and so on can also aggravate this complaint.
Regarding your question, can this condition be cured? The answer, yes or no, depends on what causes it and how severe it is. However, even if it can be cured, it seems that the healing time will not be short.
Ideally, you should check your condition directly to the doctor or dermatologist. However, given the current conditions that are less conducive due to the outbreak of COVID-19, it is better to check with your doctor even if there are severe conditions. Our advice, first stay at home, while doing independent handling such as:
Wash your face morning and evening using mild cleansing soap that suits your skin type, avoid rubbing excessive skin, then rinse with clean running water
Do not carelessly squeeze, scratch, exfoliate, or give any treatment to complaints on your facial skin
Use a moisturizer so the skin doesn't dry
Stay away from smoke, dust, pollution and other things that can irritate your skin
Do not hold facial skin, except with hands that have been washed thoroughly
Don't use excessive cosmetics
Drink plenty of water, eat vegetables and fruits
Don't sleep too late at night
Don't stress too much
However, if your complaint actually spreads or spreads to people around you, you should immediately consult a doctor or dermatologist to be treated further according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.