If the skin on your body and face is currently inflamed then it’s likely that it is very itchy and is really difficult to deal with. It is fair to say that some skin conditions that people suffer from are indeed genetic but for the vast majority, it is because of the lifestyle that they live. Thankfully there are certain medications that can help you but making some real lifestyle changes will probably have the most impact.
Believe it or not, but your skin is one of your largest organs and its purpose is to protect your body. It helps to stop you being dehydrated, it helps to keep out bacteria and viruses and it keeps your body at a constant safe temperature. Thankfully you can always go to your local acne clinic (known as คลินิกสิว in Thai) to get the help that you need but it is important to know why it is that you are currently suffering from ongoing skin issues. The following are just some of the reasons why.
- Trapped bacteria – On your skin, there are many millions of pores and these get constantly blocked with bacteria that are trapped in there. This same bacteria causes inflammation of the skin and so you need to reach out for some much-needed assistance to deal with it.
- Many environmental triggers – We live in a pretty polluted world nowadays and if you are living in a city such as Bangkok for example, then your skin has a lot to contend with every single day. There is the ongoing construction that never seems to stop and then the countless numbers of cars, trucks and vans polluting the air all the time.
- It may be a genetic thing – If one of your parents suffered from skin issues when they were younger then there is a high possibility that you will suffer from it as well if you are their kid. This is the luck of the draw unfortunately but there are many things that you can do to keep it under control.
The sun can be a great contributing factor and if you are outside experiencing harmful UV rays all day long then you need to start taking steps to protect your skin so that you don’t experience any skin conditions in the first place. Wear a hat to protect the skin on your face and put sunblock on your face and other exposed parts of your body.