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Picked pimples, red spot, discharge, skin peeling. Treatment?

I work in a fairly crowed store. I had a noticable pimple so i picked at it. Its been 3 days now and i have a red weeping spot about the size of a dime where the zit had been. It doesnt weep from a specific place its like the whole thing is condensating. The first day i noticed it was after i took a shower. The skin peeled off when using a towel and that is when it started the weeping.
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Pimples on the face are not due to dust or crowdy environment..,
It could be due to ....Hyperactivity of hormones..,
genetic predisposition also play a role..,
1) Frequent face washing with FASH BAR...,
2) Apply Clindamycin 1% cream on face 2 times daily...,
3) Tab...Doxycycline 100 mg daily for 15 days...,
4) Take plenty of fresh fruits and vegeables...,
Don't squeeze and pop the lesions...,
Answered: Sun, 27 May 2012
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