Tinea Versicolor Treatment Uses Garlic?
Ass, want to ask .. So, yeah, my face likes tinea versicolor. I like it all of a sudden, now I try to see the tips on Google, it says, I can use garlic. my face, well the next day if I wake up, the effect will be like itching, if it is contacted with water or if touched it also likes it, it will recover with a short and permanent period of time or not? That is the effect of what the sampe likes, all of them, I’m not going anywhere. So I want to eliminate it, I have to pay for it and not want to appear again in my face, the skin fungus. Please help, thank you.
Wa alaikumsalam, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tinea versicolor is a fungal infection that irritates the skin color, so blotches can appear with a lighter color or can also be darker on the skin. This condition can be caused by many things, including:
Weak immune system
Teenagers to their 20s
Live in an area with hot and humid temperatures
Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis)
Use of creams, ointments, or clothing that makes the skin not exposed to air
Having a family with a history of tinea versicolor.
While regarding garlic, so far there has been no clinical research that says that garlic is effective in eliminating tinea versicolor. Even if there are some people who do it and it works, it might not be because of the garlic, but other treatments that it does. Or if possible, to be recognized medically, the benefits of garlic should not only apply to a small proportion of people who do it, but a large portion. If it works but only in a small part, it still won't be recognized.
Especially in your case, you actually feel itchy after using it. So you really shouldn't use garlic for that. Our advice, you should check with your dermatologist so that you can be given appropriate and appropriate treatment for your illness. In the meantime, avoid hot and humid places, wear loose clothing and clean yourself regularly. So, hopefully answering your question.