Small Pimples That Multiply After The Peeling Treatment Process, Is It Normal?
Hello doctor, I did the peeling process three days ago. I was advised to peel after facials and my acne condition was inflamed. On the first day after peeling, my face had become small and spotty. Even though I’m in the process of exfoliating. Is that normal? What should I do? thanks.
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Facial is a series of efforts made by professionals or trained people to provide care for facial skin. In general, facials cover
2. exfoliation / opening pores or giving exfoliating cream
3. extraction / cleanse pore that is closed from mti skin or excess oil
Some side effects from facials can include redness, irritation, breakouts, scarring, dry skin. So that patients who get facial treatment by professionals, need to have direct discussion with a beauty doctor or people who do facial treatments. When you do facials, then by discussing with people who care, you will understand the treatments to be performed, the process, side effects and what to do if side effects occur; thus, you will be calmer in undergoing your skin care process. In general, facial treatments can be useful to help treat acne, but when acne becomes inflamed, facial treatments need to be right for the patient. Thus, the inflammation process will be calmer and skin care and acne can also work well.
Because facial side effects in the form of inflammation, after doing facials, you should avoid using makeup and skin care that can be risky for your skin. In addition, side effects in the form of breakout or post facial breakout will increase the risk of acne, so to prevent this from happening, as long as facials do not use unsterile devices or do not use tools that can increase the risk of bacterial contamination. Therefore, all of these conditions will increase the risk of new breakouts or acne on your face.
While treatment with peeling can be done to help treat acne, but it can also cause complaints of acne and irritation, so it is necessary to know the type of peeling treatment that is used and is safe on acne prone skin. Thus, in general, facial treatments and peels can be done when the skin is accompanied by complaints of acne, however, it is necessary to pay attention to the condition of the skin before treatment. In general, treatment of skin when your skin is pimpled and inflamed, cleansing and mask treatments can be chosen to help reduce inflammation. Then you can do peeling treatments to help with acne prone skin care. However, still pay attention to the risk of contact with sunlight after peeling, use sunblock after peeling.
If at this time your skin appears small acne spots appear, then this is likely a side effect of skin care that you do before and inflammation of your acne skin. Because these complaints are increasingly disturbing, then you can consult directly with your dermatologist regarding the side effects you feel, and if these complaints are increasingly disturbing, you should stop all skin care creams that you have until you see your doctor. The doctor will conduct an interview related to this complaint and make sure what skin care you get, so that the doctor can ensure further treatment steps towards your complaint at this time.
For now, you can use facial cleansers that you normally use to help maintain skin cleanliness and remove dead skin cells so that you can reduce more acne, and use sunblock when working under the sun to reduce inflammation and irritation until you see your doctor. And you should not do any independent treatment for small zits that you feel right now with various medications or creams for your acne, this complaint treatment will be done by your dermatologist.
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