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Noticed itchy spots on face, eyes, around mouth and cheeks. Guide

I've began to get spots that itch on my face out of nowhere. I've never suffered from spots other than a few pimples on my forehead every once in a while. Now I have these spots around my eye sockets, around my mouth, on my cheeks, onmy forehead. They're everywhere. It just started a week and a half ago for about 5 days. They went away and then yesterday they came back. I don't understand!
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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THESE ARE IN OILY SKIN
KEEP YOUR SKIN DRY
NO OILS AND CREAMS ON FACE
NO USE OF MUSTARD COCONUT WALNUT GROUNDNUT AND SOYA OIL
USE OLIVE FOR COOKING AND FOR APPLICATION
TAKE DOXI 100 MG BD FOR 10 DAYS AND OFF AND ON IF THEY AGAIN APPEAR BIG
TAKE ALLEGRA 120 MG SOS FOR ITCH
APPLY CLINDAC GEL MORNING EVENING
CALMINE AFTERNOON
AND RETINOIC ACID AT NIGHT
SWITCH OFF LIGHT AFTER APPLYING CREAM AS IT REACTS WITH LIGHT
CONTINUE FOR 3 MONTHS YOUR SKIN WILL BE OKAY
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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