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Want to know if there is an alternative for Excevate cream?

Hello sir, I have combination skin which becomes dry in winter. My skin is also sensitive. one of my friends suggested me to use Excevate MF and this cream did wonders for my skin. it hyderated my skin deep and i was loving this cteam. but one year ago my chemist tolf me that now this cream is not available in market. i want to know is there any cream which has smiliar composition or can work similarly... plz let me know thanks..
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Welcome to the forum. There are many medicated creams and ointments that are available in the market. You should consult a dermatologist before applying these medications. Applying oitments adds to the outer temporary glamour and putting it for a longer time also makes skin get harsh, resistant to its use. One should not put one ointment for many years.

Beauty radiating from inside is permanent that can be achieved by good diet. Vitamin B and E will do good to you. You can take these dietary supplements and add a lot of berries, fruits, green veggies, dairy products, juice and soup in your diet. Take food rich in protein. Keep yourself well hydrated.

Ointments with betamethasone diproprionate and neomycin combinations OR betamethasone diproprionate and gentamicin sulphate combination can work well. Consult a dermatologist and get a sensitivity test done before applying.

I will suggest you to go for long term natural remedies than run for short cuts. A yoghurt and honey home made face pack or gramflour, honey, turmeric with milk face pack made at home can do wonders. Consult your beautician. It also has no side effects. Look beautiful, take care.
Answered: Sat, 6 Oct 2012
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