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Red bumps throughout the face after facial threading, used neosporin powder. How can I get rid of it?

Hello doctor, I am 22 year old girl I have done facial threading on last sunday and today is wednesday it is the 4th day and my face is full of rashes red bumps through out my face it looks very ugly , and i feel shy going is creating a lot of problem fr me ..i thought of laser therapy but i am scared if it reacts and cause pigmentation ....please suggest me what i should do...i m using neosporin powder but till now rashes are nt completely gone...please rply
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question, your having facial rashes and swelling following facial threading,Dear relax don;t worry it is due to allergic reaction to the treading and minor trauma due to threading,the swelling will subside after a week time,and neosporin will not help,use some steriod ointment, like betinovate ,that will decrease the allergic reaction and help in decreasing inflammation.
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hello, dont go for laser therapy at present consult a physician for present complain wash your face 2-3 times a day apply multani mask over face if your skin is oily wash off as it dries do it for 3-4 days and see the change.
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Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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