The Use Of Cleansing Soap To Deal With Acne?
I used aza 20 for 3 days after half an hour, then I applied glycore 10. Until now I have no reaction because my face is not sensitive so maybe I should wait for the results. My face is not spotty just used as a cone, even though sometimes there are one or two pimples appear. whether using aza with glycore by using sulfur facial wash soap? because my face is very oily so it is suitable to use sulfur soap, will there be a reaction or contra if I use sulfur soap? Thank you
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Aza 20 is a topical drug that contains Azelaic acid which is often used for the treatment of acne by killing bacteria and opening the pores of the skin, thus helping to cure acne.
Glycore 10 topical is a topical medication containing glycolic acid which helps open pores and improves the release of dead skin, so it can help refresh the skin and help skin health
While sulfur soap is a soap containing sulfur that works by opening pores and helping to absorb oil.
In patients with oily skin, the use of sulfur soap can help reduce excess oil production and help prevent acne.
In connection with your question, if your skin is oily, then you can continue to use this sulfur soap for your daily life, especially if you don't feel the side effects of using sulfur on your skin, such as excessive dry skin or irritation on your skin. So if you are already fit, you should not switch brands of soap or replace other types of soap that do not yet know its compatibility with your skin.
While the use of Aza and glycore, if you use it for 7 days and do not have risky side effects such as skin irritation, redness and itching, or pimples, the use of these two products will be able to support each other with the sulfur soap product you use. Therefore, for now, you can still evaluate the use of these two products every day and whether there are any annoying side effects.
And if you feel a complaint of side effects that arise and bother you, then you can stop these products and immediately consult with your dermatologist to examine and evaluate your skin condition and evaluate the skin care that you do.
Thus the info we can convey.