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Recurrent acne on face. Due to frequently travelling abroad?

Dearl Doctors, I m in 24 years working woman. I got acne problems last 6 months.. Acne never appears on my face before last 6 months.. my work isn t give me so much pressure.. but before last 6 months, I did travels oversea for 3 different countries. I used to travel abroad a lot but not continuously.. Is my acne problem related with that fact? currently, the acne on my face were never gone.. it s like infection like one gone two come.. now.. I m feeling depression coz of that.. please suggest me. Emily
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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Hi Emily,
To keep your skin acne free, follow a regular skin care regime. Use a mild salicylic acid face wash twice in a day followed by a water based moisturiser meant for acne prone skin. Use clindamycin and adapalene gel at acne prone areas for few days. Do not use heavy make up or oily face creams. Make it a point to keep your face squeaky clean prior to sleeping. Hope that solves your query. Take care.
Answered: Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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