The Nose Is Always Red For 6 Months?
Good evening, I want to ask. Why is it that my nose is always red and it’s been about 6 years. Even once he has recovered, he has not fully recovered. I’ve been taken to a dermatologist and beauty doctor but it still doesn’t heal .. I guess that’s why and what should I do? Thank you
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The reddened color of the nose can be a normal variation, namely due to the enlargement of the superficial blood vessels around the nose skin which is influenced by genetic factors. As long as this condition does not appear too conspicuous and does not cause any complaints, such as itching, burning, peeling, swelling, etc., it is likely that this condition is not dangerous.
However, it could also be that a reddish nose as you experience occurs due to certain disorders, for example:
Allergies (usually causes the nose to feel itchy and flushed frequently, this condition can also make the sufferer want to rub the nose always to reduce itching, but can lead to redness or blackening of the skin around the nose) Contact dermatitis (skin inflammation triggered by contact with the substance irritation, or due to allergies to certain substances in contact with the skin), for example due to contact with cosmetics, creams, soaps Nasal skin infections, for example due to fungi, miliaria, acne insect bites Other skin inflammation, for example due to psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, and so on. Given your complaint has been appearing for years, you should check it back to a dermatologist so that you can evaluate the possible underlying causes. Generally, if it is not due to a serious condition, the doctor will simply give you topical therapy, which is a special skin cream or ointment. However, if the complaint does not improve in this way, doctors can also perform other medical measures, such as chemical peels, laser therapy, dermabrasion, and so on.
In the meantime, try to do the following tips:
Not rubbing or scratching excessively on the skin around the nose Not wearing excessive cosmetics around the nose Wash your face regularly Use sunscreen so that facial skin is protected from exposure to harmful UV rays Do not use creams or ointments carelessly without doctor's advice Drink plenty of water, eat vegetables and fruit to nourish the skin from within. Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah