The Face Is Getting Duller And There Are Many Blackheads After Using Facial Soap?
I use a face wash that many people use and is suitable for all types of faces, it can get rid of acne and scars, after I used the soap, it’s been almost more than 1 week that my face is very dull once blackheads are visible everywhere, my skin is getting oilier, I’m really not like the condition of my face that is getting worse, indeed I have never changed whitening products, is this removing toxins or does it really don’t fit my face?
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Determining whether a skin complaint occurs related to the use of certain skin care products or does not need to be done by first knowing what products are used, what are the ingredients, and since when they have been used. The very limited information you provide regarding this matter makes it very difficult for us to identify possible links.
The use of skin care products can indeed trigger the formation of blackheads which make the skin dull. This effect can be a natural occurrence as part of purging, or a temporary skin deterioration that precedes subsequent skin repair. This purging can occur if the products you use contain active substances such as retinoids, AHA, BHA, glycolic acid, salicylic acid, sulfur, and so on. Apart from purging, blackheads and dull skin can also occur due to irritation of the skin because the composition of the skin care products you use is basically irritating. Unlike purging, this second condition certainly needs further treatment so it doesn't get worse.
Various other factors can also trigger excessive blackhead growth on the skin, for example sun exposure, pollution, or other irritating substances, hormonal fluctuations (for example when approaching menstrual schedules), unhealthy diet, irregular sleep patterns, and so on. Your previous habit of frequently changing bleach products can also exacerbate this complaint.
Our advice, you have your skin condition checked directly to a doctor or a dermatologist. Through an in-depth evaluation, the doctor is usually able to detect whether your condition is still reasonable or if you need further treatment. Bring along the face wash product you use so the doctor can judge the composition contained in it, whether it is safe or not for you to use.
What you should do right now is:
Do not squeeze or gouge blackheads by force using any non-sterile tools
Nor do you use skin care products carelessly, especially those containing irritating ingredients
Diligently take a shower and wash your face with a mild cleansing soap
Protect your skin from direct exposure to sunlight, by using sunscreen and a wide hat when doing outdoor activities
Eat lots of fruits and vegetables
Cut down on greasy and high carbohydrate foods
Drink plenty of water
Don't stress too much
Sleep regularly, before 10pm
Hope it helps ..