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Pimple, taken Nadibact cream (Nadifloxacin), minoz and azac soap

Hi Dr, I am 33yrs male and I have a pimple in my face.Doc advice me to use Nadibact cream (Nadifloxacin) twice a day , minoz 50mg tablet daily once and azac soap. when i use this cream it disappear but when i don t use for a day agian it comes. Its make me adicted with this cream. I need permanent solution. Pls advice. Thanks, JK
Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to HCM.

Acne is usually chronic problem and requires treatment for prolonged period. I advice you to continue for at least month to see some difference.

Probably the most useful lifestyle changes you can make are to never to pick or squeeze pimples.

Washing once or twice a day with a mild cleansing bar or liquid. A variety of mild scrubs, exfoliants, and masks can be used. These will open up the pores.

To kill the bacteria over-the-counter antibacterial cleansers is benzoyl peroxide is used. Others like gels, creams, and lotions, which are applied to the affected area.

Even most of the medication only slows down oil glands for a while they come back to life later. Use a gentle astringent/toner to wipe away oil.

I advice you to cleanse twice daily with a 5% benzoyl peroxide wash. An alternative for those who are allergic to benzoyl peroxide is 2% salicylic acid. Apply a gel or cream containing 5% benzoyl peroxide; an alternative is sulfur or resorcinol. At night, apply a spot cream containing sulfur to the affected areas. Use a light skin moisturizer.

Try these method for at least and i think you should see difference in month or so.

Hope I have provided the information you needed.
Wish you good health. Take care.
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