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Oily nose, pimples concentrated on nose, get frequent black spots and pus filled pimples. Avoid oily foods. Help?

Hello I am 23 yrs. old. and have oily nose . My pimples are concentrated on the nose mostly and it looks really bad now. Reddish, black spots and frequent pimples ( pus types) - these are the problems. I avoid taking oily food, but still I have the problem with little bit of fried or oliy food. Should I use Faceclin gel, a doctor recommended me along with Across-20(capsule) and WITS cleansing lotion. Please help.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
FEW PRECAUTIONS
STOP USING
MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS,MUSTARD OIL,COCONUT OIL,ALMONDS OIL,WALNUT OIL
NO SOAPS OINTMENT SHAMPOO CONTAINING MILK AND NUTS
AMLA OR OLIVE OIL CAN BE USED FOR APPLICATION ON SKIN
CAN USE OLIVE OR VEGETABLE OR SUNFLOWER FOR COOKING
PRESCRIPTION
APPLY CLINDAC A GEL MORNING EVENING
AND CALAMINE LOTION AFTERNOON
TAB ALLEGRA 120 MGM SOS IF SPOTS OCCUR
IF SKIN IS DRY YOU CAN APPLY LITTLE FLUTICASONE OINTMENT
NO MEDICINES TO EAT
COURSE 3 MONTHS
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Dermatologist Dr. Sudarshan's  Response
Hi,
Thanks for writing in.

Oily nose is a part of acne spectrum.Its called nasolabial dyssebacea.

You can use faceclin gel.Also cetaphil oily skin cleanser will be good for you.

Few treatments like cryotherapy and chemical peel can help to treat acne effectively.

You are on right track.Please continue the treatment. Discuss the above mentioned treatments with your doctor.

Hope this helps.
Regards

DrSudarshan
MD
Dermatologist
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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