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Consistent sore, red spots around chin, look like sore burns with white layer. Temporary relief with antibiotics, acne cream. What could it be?

hi. i have ben suffering with very sore red spots for about as year now, they spread around my chin and then start to look like very sore burns on my face with a layer of whilte over the top of burn . They go away and then come back aagain i been on antiibiotics abd used acne cream prescribed by the doctor and this makes it go a bit but then weeks later it comes back and worsens. can you help me? i do not know what this is ?
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
these areconditions of oily skin
antibiotics are of little value only doxycycline and minocycline works best in skin bumps and infections
skin should be left dry and airy and sweat free
do not take any oily greesy spicy and fatty foods no use of oily and greesy ointments creams and other applications on skin
use non toxic soaps shampoo oils and body application materials
you need to use non toxic soaps shampoo oils and body application materials
if you can withdraw milk and diary proteins completely from diet for 3 months it can give you very good results after 3 months of withdrawl
take antiallergic ebastine 10 mg sos for itch
in case of pus ponts bumps sores and white layer add doxycycline 100 mg bd for 2 weeks now and sos
apply clindamycin gel bd on face and calamine once a day
apply tretinoic acid gel at night before sleep and switch off light as it reacts with light
continue 3 months and you will be muuch better
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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