The Face Feels Itchy And Uneven With Enlarged Pores?
Hello Doctor, you see, my skin looks fine from the outside. The most visible problem is just large pores and blackheads. But, sometimes I feel that my face is itchy, reddish and uneven like there are pimples but it doesn’t grow to the surface and it doesn’t show at all, but when I touch it, I feel the lumps. Why is that? Should I check or are there other options?
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Enlarged skin pores can make it easier for the skin to experience irritation and infection. This condition can trigger inflammation of the skin, one of which can be characterized by skin that feels itchy, reddish, to uneven (bruntusan) as you experience. This condition can also be exacerbated if you have sensitive skin types, are frequently exposed to direct sunlight or other skin irritants, use inappropriate skin care products, and are unable to maintain proper skin hygiene. Other factors that may play a role in triggering your complaint are genetics (heredity), hormonal fluctuations (for example at puberty or just before menstruation, psychological stress, and several other skin disorders, such as milia, atopic dermatitis, acne, seborrheic dermatitis, and so on.
Our advice, try to resolve your complaint first with the following tips:
Don't touch your skin too often, especially with unwashed hands or nails
Bathe regularly in the morning and evening, wash your face with a mild cleansing soap, and dry gently (not rubbing)
Use a moisturizer to keep the skin from drying out, also use sunscreen so that the skin is not exposed to direct sunlight (especially if you have a lot of outdoor activities)
Protect your skin from excessive exposure to pollution, smoke, dust and other irritants
Reduce the use of make up that is too thick, and remove makeup well before bed
Do not squeeze or force the bruntusan that appears
Avoid using skin care products carelessly without first consulting a doctor
Nutrition your skin from within, namely by consuming lots of vegetables, brightly colored fruit, drinking lots of water, sleeping more regularly, and not overly stressing
If the complaints you experience don't get better in 1 to 2 weeks with natural treatment as mentioned above, don't hesitate to go to the doctor or skin specialist near you. Usually, with a direct physical examination, the doctor can identify the problem. your skin here's the best way to deal with it.