Ways To Get Rid Of Prominent Pores On The Face?
Hello, I have small spots on the face near the nose on the left and right of my face. When I ask a dermatologist they say if they are pores that stick out, sentuasi or centruasi. I don’t really remember the scientific name of the condition. What I want to ask is what treatment can I do to remove prominent pores on my face? Is there a type of cream or mask that I can use? Because most products offer pore reduction while in my opinion my need is to deflate the pores until the spots are gone or not so prominent. So, what should I do?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We apologize in advance because we could not find the possibility of the disease you intended. Prominent pore conditions can occur due to several things, such as blockages in the pores or blackheads, and a condition called keratosis pilaris.
Starting with blackheads, blackheads are by definition small bumps that appear in the pores of the skin, and can become zits. The location can appear on the face, shoulders, chest, back or arms. Blackheads do not cause pain, but can become an infection. If you have an infection, among the symptoms are redness, swelling and pain. Blackheads are divided in two, white comedones and blackheads. The difference is only in white comedones, the clogged layer is covered by a layer of skin while in blackheads, the layers are exposed to the air so that it turns black.
Then for keratosis pilaris, this condition is also known as chicken skin disease, where the surface of the skin becomes rough and small bumps appear like pimples. This condition is also painless, and can be white or red. The mechanism of its occurrence is due to the accumulation of keratin or solid protein which then clogs the pore hole and makes the pore widen and appear prominent. But it is still unknown why this happens.
In your case, it is necessary to re-ascertain whether the complaint you are experiencing is one of the possibilities above or even beyond that, given that the terms you have mentioned do not sound similar to the two possibilities above. The only way to be sure is to check with your dermatologist. It doesn't have to be exactly the same dermatologist that you met last, but the examination is mandatory. This is because every condition has different handling and treatment. With a direct check, misunderstandings can also be avoided and preventive measures can be taken in the future.
Meanwhile, avoid sun exposure by avoiding activities outside the home or wear sunscreen, wash your face regularly, use skin care products that are able to remove dead skin cells, do not contain oil and wear regularly as recommended, avoid foods high in sugar and fat, and immediately check yourself. So, hopefully answering your question.