White Patches That Multiply After Using Facial Serum?
I want to ask, is there really a white spot on my face, then I use more white spot whitening serum … is it really like that to make white skin or what?
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First of all, you should first ascertain whether the cause of the white spots on your face and whether the whitening serum you are using is safe to use (already registered with BPOM or the drug and food regulatory agency). Normally, over-the-counter skin care products won't really make your skin whiter (it will only make your skin look brighter). Products that can truly whiten the skin must not be sold freely, may not be purchased and used alone and their use must also be under the supervision of a doctor. Because face care products that are sold freely will not really make your skin white and only lighten your skin, this kind of product will not cause white spots on your face to multiply and increase white spots on your face also does not indicate that later your face will be white evenly due to the effect of the product.
White patches on the face can arise due to several possibilities, including:
fungal infections of the skin (phlegm) post-inflammatory hypopigmentation (one area of the skin becomes brighter than the surrounding skin area after inflammation has occurred in the area, for example, after sunburn, after the appearance of acne, after a fungal infection, etc.) idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis (spotting vaginal discharge that occurs due to excessive sun exposure to the skin) vitiligo leprosy It is advisable to check with a dermatologist to ascertain the cause of vaginal discharge on your face so that the therapy can be more in accordance with the cause.
Regarding the whitening serum you use, once again, you should ensure the safety of the product by checking whether the product is indeed registered with BPOM (you can check on the following website). If the product is not registered with BPOM, you should not use it again. If it is already registered, you should discuss with your dermatologist about whether you can use the product again (must be ascertained in advance whether the vaginal discharge on your face increases because of the disease process that occurs, or indeed caused by the product you are using). As long as you have not discussed with your doctor, you should not use it first. You are also advised to always avoid direct sunlight on your skin and use sunscreen every time you leave the house in the morning and afternoon.
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