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Face infection. Applied betnovation. Why did I infect it with acne?

sir i got face infection 6 months back because i applied betnovation on face. my entire face was infected with acne . I consulted a doctor he gave me many tablets and i took all of them on time. Now my face has no more acne. but i have got many scars all over it and also have got pits on the face. Please suggest me something i will be really grateful to you.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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hi do not apply betnovate on the face.whatever u are suffering noiw is only due to acne pigmentation is subsided with kojic cream twice daily and use cute-E TABLET DAILY ONCE to cure the pigmentation.even if it is not cured it should be treated with chemical peels like glycolic acid or mandelic acid peels.
scars are very tough to treat .they can be icepick scars,boxcar scars.we can try contractebex cream for ice pick scars.the best treatment for scars co2 laser or fractional laser
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