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Acne vulgaris, dryness on the skin after using benzoyl peroxide. Which moisturizer can be used?

am using benzoyl peroxide and doxycycline for my acne vulagris..and its workin....but i need a moisturizer for my skin since it becomes dry...after using benzoyl peroxide....and how long should i use these medication to permantaly get rid of these oily and what food should i stop eatin..becouse some times when i eat eggs,fatmeat and stork..i devlop pimple and some fats..and what cosmetics should i use to have an acne free skin
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hello there wong... to set some myths straight at the outset, food is Not Directly linked to acne eruptions. Also your history of acne as it stands is insufficient to arrive at a detailed begin with, how old are you? Cosmetics used should ideally be 'water-based' & not 'heavily layered on the skin'. Market now has newer bases for benzyl peroxide that cause less irritation ...check with your local dermatologist; alternatively use a cleansing agent that leaves behind a moisturizing 'film' to help you better. Regds & get well soon..cheers Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD Dermatologist, Bangalore, India
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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