The Appearance Of Veins On The Face?
Hello, I want to ask, I’m 20 years old. Lately I have noticed that my face is on the right cheek and my left cheek has small veins on my face that usually never appear to be veins. Why is this dangerous for my face? For the same few months I was using cream and my face was a bit brighter than before.
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Dilation of small blood vessels (capillaries) is called telangiectasis. This condition can be caused by:
Aging whitened skin color, this can be triggered also by the use of whitening drugs Skin thinning, can also be triggered by certain ingredients that are exposed to the face for example in Rosacea face cream Post heavy exercise Pregnancy Alcohol consumption The cream content as you mentioned has the effect of whitening and thinning the skin so telangiectasis can be triggered by the use of this ingredient in your cream.
To ascertain the cause of the condition, you should consult a dermatologist. If it is caused by an ingredient in your cream, the doctor will probably suggest you stop using the cream and replace it with an ingredient that suits your skin's needs. And for the future, you should always discuss it with a dermatologist before using any ingredients on your skin, especially facial skin because it is more sensitive, and only use skin products that have BPOM.
As for maintaining healthy skin, you should do:
Avoid the use of products without BPOM, because of the risk of dangerous Increase consumption of fruits and vegetables Drinking water at least 2 liters per day Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and useful :)