Use Of Irritants?
Hello, my facial skin is prone to acne and blemishes, besides that there are lots of small bumps on my face, but I don’t know warts or milia because it’s a little bit itchy, I happened to be given an anti-irritation cream, the doctor said it was used. in areas where the skin feels itchy, for example, if it is used to treat a streak, can it also or not? n, thank you for the answer 🙂
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It needs to be clarified, what was the composition of the cream that your doctor prescribed?
Bruntusan on facial skin that feels itchy, the cause could be due to acne. Acne occurs due to blockage of the oil glands and hair follicles in your skin. The trigger of this blockage can be due to increased oil production, P. acne bacterial infection, a collection of debris (dead skin cells and dirt) on the surface of the skin, and so on. Hormonal changes (for example just before menstruation), stress, consumption of certain drugs, poor diet and sleep can also aggravate this condition.
Not only acne, breakouts on the skin as you are experiencing can also result from:
Milia (excessive keratin deposition in the pilosebaceous glands) Keratosis pilaris (keratin deposition in the hair follicles) Xanthelasma (deposition of cholesterol under the surface of the skin) Contact dermatitis (inflammation of the skin due to contact with an irritating substance or allergy to certain substances in contact with the skin) Folliculitis (infection hair roots) Tinea versicolor (tinea versicolor) Hypertrophic scars (formation of post-wound scar tissue or inflammation) Skin tags, etc. We need to know what the ingredients are in the doctor's cream before knowing whether this cream is suitable for you to use to treat breakouts in your skin, or not. Therefore, given the limited information you provide, we recommend that you consult directly with a dermatologist who examined you previously. He certainly better understands your skin condition and its problems, along with the best treatment to overcome them.
At this time, you can first use the cream that the doctor prescribes according to the instructions. Also clean your face 2 times a day using a cleansing soap containing salicylic acid so that the bruntusan on the skin improves. Avoid using cosmetics and chemical products carelessly on your facial skin. Also use sunscreen to protect your skin from direct sun exposure. Do not forget, avoid excessive scratching, cracking, or picking at the brunts that appear to avoid injury and irritation.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah