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Never faced pimple issues. Azimac and faceclin good?

i had acne a year ago. i never faced any pimple problems till that time. my doc suggested me to use azimac tabs and faceclin-a gel and saslic face wash. soon my acne got cured. but after 3-4 months it again started. this time some other medicines were given whose prescription i dont have. my acne didnt get cured. i tried to use the earlier prescription except for azimac replaced by azax. my acne is still not cured. its not very prominent but pimples keep coming and going leaving marks and uneven skin.
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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Hi, please wash your face multiple times with soap and water. Avoid greasy food and dust over the face. Avoid using any new face cosmetics which you have started before the problem started. Otherwise use clindamycin cream/ointment for local application and use antibiotics in consultation with a dermatologist. Regards
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