The imbalance of skin caused by abnormal yeast growth results in the occurrence of facial fungal infection, seborrheic dermatitis, on the oily area, and there is miliaria on the face in some cases. These symtoms affect the uneven and dull skin. It can be treated by taking both oral and topical antifungal drugs. After recovery, another problem is blemishes on the face making the face look dull and not smooth.
Yeast acne is fungal skin infection, especially in the hair follicular area. They are small and red spots mixed with pustular blisters and often found on the face and breasts. Normally, yeast acne is occurred in people with acne and taking long-term antibiotics causing the loss of good bacteria, people receiving steroid drugs, people with autoimmune disorders, people with high stress, obese people, or pregnancy. It can be cured by fungicides. In some people who have severe symptoms, they may take drugs and refrain from milk, bakery, alcohol, flour, and sugar.