Its use is usual among women who initiate a sexual life, but what effects can the contraceptives have on the skin?
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Before starting with hormonal protection, it is necessary to take into account these possible effects on your skin
- They make sensitive the skin cells that produces pigmentation: the melanocytes. What causes a result spots called melasma or cloth. In this case, patients between 30 and 40 years are the most likely to suffer it.
- Circulation is also affected, especially at the level of the legs, which can cause the appearance of varicose veins or the presence of some spots called ocher dermatitis.
- Adverse pharmacological reactions. The development of subcutaneous nodules that are usually painful, almost always reddish or violet.
However, not everything is negative, contraceptives can also be used in the treatment of acne outbreaks. And, some of them have anti-androgenic properties.