Treatment Of Facial Acne And Blackheads Black?
Hello, I have a complaint on my facial skin … at first I used to use the Pink Ponds soap and then replace the black pond, replace clean and clear, and replace garnier. many pimples … I’ve tried using papaya soap, but the results are the same as still growing pimples. Happens now my facial skin dull small small pimples, sometimes also appear large pimples. And now I also use soap products from MSI and even then there is no improvement. And secondly. Why is the hip nose area often so dirty, especially if it’s dry it’s really hard to remove it like dirt dust … Please advise what facial soap is suitable for my dull and spotty facial skin.
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Acne is a skin problem that occurs when hair follicles or hair growth areas are clogged with oil and dead skin cells. This condition is generally characterized by the appearance of black or white spots (blackheads). on several parts of the body, such as the face, neck, back and chest.
Blackheads are black spots that appear on the surface of the skin. The black spots do not come from dirt, but because they are exposed to oxygen in the air. Whereas white blackheads are located under the skin surface, and have a harder texture.
There are several conditions that can cause acne, namely excess oil production, blockage of the hair glands, bacterial infections, hormonal changes, puberty, heredity, friction with skin, stress, drug consumption, use of cosmetics, and smoking.
Acne treatment can take months, depending on the severity of acne, and depending on the cause of the acne. I suggest you to consult directly with a dermatologist so that a thorough examination can be carried out, such as question and answer, physical examination of the skin, and supporting examinations such as blood tests and pelvic ultrasound if necessary, so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis.
The things that can be done are:
Use a mild facial cleanser and warm water to clean areas of acne prone skin, twice a day.
Use water-based cosmetic products, and avoid skin care products that contain oil.
Don't try to get rid of blackheads by pressing on them
Use non-genogenic moisturizers and sunscreens or no oil.
Avoid skin contact with cell phones, helmets or backpacks too often
Always take a shower after undergoing strenuous activity
Eat foods with balanced nutrition
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.