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Red pimples on face, dry skin, used Proactive. Should I use Facelin A again?

hi sir..i m 23 years old..and m using proactive solution for ma pimples since 4 years...and 3weeks ago after facial there was allergy on my face(small red pimples)..and very dry skin (like black skin was removing )then my doc. suggest me to use facelin A..it helps me alot...nw m again using proactive ..due to this solution ma skin becomes dry like black skin is removing from my face..to remove this blackskin completely or dryness shud i use faceclin-A again?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IN SKIN PIMPLES THE PROBLEM IS LIKE THAT
YOUR SKIN IS OILY IN PIMPLES IF YOU TRY TO DRY IT WITH ANTI PIMPLE CREAM IT BECOMES SOMETIME DRY AND CAUSES ALLERGIES
SO THERE IS DOUBLE TEXTURE
IF THE OINTMENTS ARE SUITING YOU CAN MIX THE BOTH
MIX MORE OF OINTMENT
IF YOUR SKIN IS DRY YOU CAN HAVE MORE OF OINTMENT WHICH CAUSES SKIN OILY AND ALLERGIC
IF YOUR SKIN IS MORE OILY AS PIMPLES APPEAR YOU CAN ADD MORE OF OINTMENT WHICH REDUCE OIL
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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