Many people yearn for a smooth and glowing skin, one they can be proud of. It is therefore not surprising that people mix one, some or all of the following creams with their body cream or Ori (shear butter) and use on their skin: Funbact-A, Skineal, Epiderm, Tribotan, ABF, and the likes.
What do you stand to lose? What is the danger in applying these mixtures daily as your body cream?
Well, the above-listed creams are antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory. They are meant to be used
- when there is a confirmed fungal infection, bacterial infection, skin allergy, or inflammatory condition (not in the absence of skin infection, allergy or inflammation)
- for a set number of days (not daily, perpetually).
When you use these creams without a skin infection on a very regular basis, you are damaging your skin!
True, your skin looks good and pleasant (with no pimples, rash or acne) in the meantime. But, with continuous use, the product becomes ineffective and skin outbreaks come flooding in.
Moreover, the skin has natural defenses that help protect it from infection. However, with repeated use of the above creams in the absence of an infection, the skin’s natural protection is damaged and the skin is left defenseless against opportunistic infections. It can even trigger an allergic reaction!
With continuous use, the product becomes ineffective and skin outbreaks come flooding in
In the long run, it could cause a sagging face or even wrinkled face. So stop if you’ve been doing this! Please, save your face the shame and embarrassment that may soon follow.
Care of your skin includes, among other things, avoiding excessive use of medicated soaps, antiseptics, and medicated creams. Additionally, taking plenty of water and fruits as well as vitamins to keep the skin rich and hydrated can be very helpful.
In the long run, it could cause a sagging face or even wrinkled face
So, use wisely and stay beautiful…
NOTE: The use of Funbact-A, Skineal, Epiderm, Tribotan and ABF as and when indicated for skin lesions’ not bad. It is the improper use that is cautioned.
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