“The face was full of rubbish”
A year ago, Christina Asmus told subscribers that her perfect skin is the result of a lot of work. In fact, on the set, due to dirty brushes, several types of mites were brought under her skin, which turned into severe rashes and blisters for her. It happened on the set of one of the projects ten years ago.
“The face was full of rubbish. They couldn’t even film me, let alone cover up all this horror. I was treated for a year with everything that is possible, ”Asmus shared with followers. Since then, the actress, according to her, practically does not use foundation and decorative cosmetics in her life, does not go to beauticians and does not use moisturizers. Her salvation was the banal “Chlorhexidine” (costs in a pharmacy within 20 rubles – Approx.), With which she literally irrigates her face twice a day. We decided to ask the expert if this kind of infection is possible, if Chlorhexidine dries the skin and what kind of hygiene should be observed.
Completely impossible to heal.
“It is possible to infect or bring on the skin through makeup brushes a subcutaneous mite called glandular. It is important to follow the rules – personal hygiene items must be used individually, which is why they are called personal! But under the condition of a normal immune system, the absence of inflammatory manifestations in the body as a whole, the absence of metabolic disorders, the inflammatory process will not develop. That is, if the make-up artist used dirty brushes and brought a tick to your face, but everything is fine with your health and your immunity does not fail, there should not be an inflammatory process. Apparently, Christina Asmus had a concomitant disease or a predisposition to inflammation, which caused this tick to enter the sebaceous gland.
Treatment in this case is quite complicated. It is almost impossible to cure one hundred percent, only to transfer this process into remission. Naturally, with any replenishment, with a metabolic disorder, a malfunction of the immune system, this process can become aggravated again. It is not a fact that the make-up artist brought a tick to Christina with a brush, perhaps it was a coincidence. Demodex (medical name – Approx.) Exacerbates only during inflammatory processes in the body.
Who is at risk?
It is impossible to make a diagnosis of demodex only on clinical grounds. The diagnosis is made only after the detection of a subcutaneous iron mites in scrapings from the skin. The contents of the pustules or cilia are taken and only on this basis a diagnosis is made. Since this mite lives in the ciliary region and in the follicles of the eyelashes and in the sebaceous contents, that is, in the excretory ducts of the sebaceous gland, then people with oily skin are definitely at risk.
In adolescence, there are changes in metabolism during this period, our estrogen background falls slightly and androgen background increases. Due to this, the acidity of the fat changes, a secondary infection joins – propionibacteria and demodex joins there. So, at risk are teenagers, people with inflammatory processes on the skin, women after forty years of age who develop rosacea, the so-called rosacea. They also very often show demodex in scrapings. Also at risk are patients with chronic diseases of metabolic processes – disorders of the thyroid gland, diabetes mellitus.
In order to prevent, it is very important to observe the basic rules of personal hygiene. Makeup brushes, if you work with a make-up artist, should be thoroughly cleaned after each use. In principle, this also applies to your homemade brushes! Once a month, in addition to cleansing, they must be disinfected and treated with Chlorhexidine. The latter is an antiseptic, which slightly dries the skin, creates a light chlorine film – it does not give an adverse reaction. I would recommend using Miramistin: it dries the skin less and can be used daily.
Remember the importance of daily skin cleansing. We must wash off all the dirt from the face with a foam or gel cleanser. Once a week, it is recommended to do an enzyme peel or gommage. After that, we wipe our face with the aforementioned “Chlorhexidine” or “Miramistin” – this is enough. If an inflammatory process is observed, then the doctor prescribes special ointments, if necessary, antibiotics and retinol-based drugs are added. That is, the treatment is complex, plus it is good to use salon procedures: cryomassage, laser and other hardware techniques.
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