The Face Feels Hot After Using Skin Care Product Content?
I use skincare, hot on my face, what I mix is 100% tea tree oil without eye bags, lactic acid, azelaic acid. I use it around eye bags and bio oil together, what’s wrong?
Thank you for the question.
The heat on the skin after contact with skin-based skin care products as you mentioned may indicate irritation or allergies (in the medical realm called contact dermatitis) due to the ingredients in these skin care products. This irritation or allergy can indeed cause inflamed skin, so that it is not only hot, but it also feels itchy, reddish, dry, peeling, swollen, scaly, and many other complaints arise. At first glance, judging from the content of these skin care products, it is relatively safe for you to use it. But again, the safety of using skin care products like this can certainly differ depending on the type of skin itself.
Try to do the following steps:
Clean your skin with a mild, pH-balanced soap that suits your skin type. Then rinse with good quality water.
Compress with cold water on your skin that feels hot
Don't over-use makeup
Do not overactivate in the hot sun
Use sunscreen and moisturizer before activity
Sleep early and regularly
Do not use these skin care products before further consultation with the doctor regarding their safety
If the steps above have not been able to overcome your complaint, you should go to see your doctor directly or see a dermatologist. Besides irritation or allergies, your condition may also arise due to skin infections, drug eruptions, xerosis, or other medical conditions. which requires special handling so as not to develop into heavier.
Hope this helps ...