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Treatment or medications for pimples - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi sir,plz tell me which soap is gud for i am using azac..but no use..
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Any mild cleanser is sufficient for pimples.
Doctor :   Rather than a soap I would suggest that you use a lotion or cream like
Doctor :   Azelaic acid 20% cream twice application after face wash every day.
User :   sir, give me the lotion name also
Doctor :   Excessive washing of face is also better avoided as constant irritation will increase the pimples.
User :   and i am located in india will it be available here
Doctor :   Along with the cream, you can also use Calamine lotion.
Doctor :   Both are over-the counter drugs available in all medical shops.
User :   any soap??
Doctor :   A herbal cleanser or glycerine based cleanser is good.
Doctor :   If the pimples dont subside even after 2-3 months of using the cream then you may need to visit a Dermatologist for stronger medicines.
User :   thanx a lot..
Doctor :   Anything else I can help you with?

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