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Itchiness, redness and localized thick skin after applying Katialis cream. What to do?

ahoj Good day! i applied katialis cream for treatment of pimples and it was resolved. Now, after 3 days application of katialis itchiness, redness, and localized thicker skin( seems like edematous) appeared. what im going to apply doctor because im really suffering for itchiness. and so do i applied in my arm pit just once as it is written and indicated for underarm odor, but then itchiness occured ...what creams im going to use? your response is highly appreciated. thank you
Asked On : Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM

It seems that you have a sensitive skin.
Since there is itchiness and edema at the sites where you applied the soap, you show discontinue the use of the cream.

Some people have skin more sensitive than others and different people react in different manner to different creams and ointments.

For the treatment of the acne (pimples) you need to visit a dermatologist. depending on the extent of problem an ointment and/ or oral medication will be prescribed.

Besides you should maintain good skin hygiene, wash face regularly with alight soap and use non-greasy moisturiser.

For the underarm odour, use a non-alcholic deoderant or a talcum powder.
But if you experience any irritation with the deoderant then its use should also be discontinued.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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