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Developed red rashes on eyebrow and cheek. Applied dermadew aloe cream. Any effective medicine?

Iam 31yr old female my weight is 60kgs and height is 5ft dec jan I had developed some red rashes or kind of minute pimples on my eyebrow line and tip of the wide become red hot so I started applying dermadew caloe lotion now it is 70 percent cured but little redness and marks still persist. What shud I do??
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi Chandrima,

The problem you are describing can be some sort of allergic reaction pesenting as this. As treatment with dermadew causes releive of this shows that is some allergic condition and this improve.

The cream you used have steroid in it and improvement with this mean that the condition was most likely an allergic condition.

Now I would suggest you that the redness and marks will goes off after some time, as skin renewal will take the marks away, but it will take some time and also advice you that you should not use the steroidal cream for long period of time as it can itself cause skin redness.

Thanks and take care.
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Dermatologist Dr. Surajit Gorai's  Response
welcome to hcm.
red rashes over fece may be due to various reasons.
eyebrow involvement probably due to seborrhic dermatitis.
dryness,itching increases it.
so moisturiser helps.
dermadew caloe will also help.
if there is itching you can take antihistaminic tablets.
other moisturisers also helps.
as its decreasing there is no need to worry.
it may reccur but you can repeat the treatment.
if become severe consult a dermatologist.
good luck.
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