The Use Of Creams To Treat Pockmarked Acne Scars?
Hello … my doctor has a lot of acne / pock marks, I want to make it easier to use VERILE ACNE GEL is it good? And how to use it?
Hello Faizal, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Acne is a common thing in some people. Acne itself is an inflammatory reaction that occurs on the skin due to blocked hair follicles or pores. Some things that can cause acne are blockages due to excess oil, impurities on the face, hormonal imbalance, and bacterial infections. Usually acne will appear a lot in adolescence, but can also occur in adulthood. and women experience it more.
There are several other risk factors that can trigger acne and this is usually not realized such as heredity, facial skin friction with objects, stress, use of cosmetics, consumption of certain drugs, smoking, alcohol consumption, etc.
The severity of the occurrence of acne differs, it depends on the number and type of acne that appears. Some types of pimples that are often found include, black / white blackheads, reddish papules / lumps, pain, pus pustules / bumps, nodules / pimples stones, and cysts / pockets containing pus and large size.
Treatment that can be done varies depending on the type of acne, severity, and the alleged cause. Therefore it requires a direct examination by a doctor. Some classes of drugs that are often used are topical antibiotics, topical retinoids, Asamazelaic, antibiotic tablets, to hormone therapy. Non-drugs can also be done with chemical peels, lasers, blackhead extraction, etc.
Responding to your question, you should use Verile, you can use the cream, but it is better if you consult your dermatologist first, because I don't know the exact condition of your facial skin at this time. It would be better if the handling can be done properly.
Right now what you can do is:
Wash your face after leaving the house. Avoid using excessive facial cleansing soap. Avoid fatty foods. Choose the right facial cleanser according to your skin type. Consult your doctor directly if complaints persist, and arise continuously.