The Effect Of The K Logo Ointment On Long-term Use?
I want to ask, the use of the ointment with the K logo (hard) on itchy skin is there any side effects to organs such as kidneys and liver? If its use is done for a long time but not routine. NOTE: I have dry eczema on the legs and hands, if not given ointment it will recur again. Thanks. Explanation please.
Thank you for the question.
There are many types of ointments that have a hard logo on the packaging. Need to be clarified, what ointment do you mean?
Eczema (atopic eczema) refers to chronic skin inflammation that causes itchy, reddish, dry, peeling, thickened, scaly, cracked, cracked skin that can even swell or blister. This condition occurs in people with atopic tendencies, which causes the skin to lose its ability to maintain moisture and be more sensitive to bacteria, irritants, and allergens from the outside. Usually, people with eczema are at high risk of experiencing other atopic diseases, such as allergic rhinitis and asthma.
Eczema so far has not been cured. Treatment for this disease should also not be done in the long run without clear medical indications, and without direct supervision from a doctor. Therefore, improper treatment, although it can alleviate complaints, the risk of causing serious side effects, depending on the type of medication, can cause skin irritation, dry skin, allergies, internal organ disorders, hormonal disorders, and so on. Unfortunately, without knowing the name of the medicine, we certainly cannot explain in detail the potential side effects of its use.
The best treatment step for people with eczema is to take care of skin health and avoid ballast factors. In this case, you can go through the following efforts:
Bathing diligently and cleanly with a mild soap that contains a moisturizer, do not take a shower too long, especially with hot water
After bathing, gently dry your skin, not rubbing excessively
Don't exchange clothes with other people
Avoid using tight, hot, and rough clothing
Use a moisturizer at least 2 times a day
Avoid conditions that cause you to sweat excessively, stress, use of harsh soaps (including detergents), contact with dust, pollen, or other allergens
Also limit consumption of foods that aggravate itching, such as seafood, squid, shrimp, eggs, milk and processed products, soybeans, flour
Do not carelessly drink or apply drugs, except when prescribed directly by a doctor
If the above steps are still not able to alleviate your condition, you need to check yourself directly to the doctor or dermatologist to get further treatment.
Hope this helps ...