Solution To Treat Acne And Get Rid Of Acne Scars?
Hello Seri, thank you for the question.
Acne is a complaint experienced by men and women, especially at the age of puberty, which arises due to the production of excess sebum or oil or due to blockages in hair follicles by dead skin cells and sebum. Acne can also arise due to bacterial infections or due to hormonal changes. Several factors can increase the risk of acne, including:
Age of puberty, where the oil glands will produce sebum in more quantities so that there is a higher risk of acne. Hormonal changes, for example due to contraceptive use, before menstruation, the first three months of pregnancy, or due to illnesses such as PCOS. Heredity. Environmental conditions such as water, weather / air Stress Skin friction with objects Consumption of drugs, such as the use of lithium, corticosteroids, or anti-seizure medications. The use of cosmetics. Smoking Handling of acne varies depending on the condition and severity of acne, can be given topical drugs or topicals containing retinoid acid or antibiotics if there is a bacterial infection, or anti-inflammatory drugs if there are signs of inflammation in acne. Therefore, to find out the condition of acne and the right treatment, you should consult a dermatologist, the doctor will do a direct examination and additional examinations if needed such as skin scrapings, and so on. Handling will be adjusted to the condition and severity that occurs. Some things that can be done to reduce and prevent complaints include:
Clean your face regularly, twice a day, using a mild facial cleanser and warm water. Use skin care products that do not contain oil Avoid excessive use of makeup. Use water-based cosmetics so that they do not cover the pores of the skin. Avoid holding or squeezing pimples or blackheads. Use moisturizers and sunscreen that are non-welcomedogenic or do not contain oil. Avoid skin contact with objects Eat healthy and nutritious foods, meet fluid needs, and do stress management. So, hopefully that helps.
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