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Skin irritation, itching on face. Applied dermadew acne lotion, skin darkening. Treatment?

last month my doctor advised me to apply dermadew acne my skin was effected by some irritaion and sudden itiching all over he asked me to apply only dermadew acne lotion... as it will keep my skin cool..but he said not to use any other saop or my problem has gone...but my skin has become very is dermadew is the reason for darkness...?
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Hi dermadew acne lotion is only a moisteriser which does not cause any darkness.i think it is due to sun allergy or due to excessive dryness.or the dermadew content is more.ok whatever reason can be it should be treated with sunscreen lotion in the morning and niltan oinent in the night along with godsent tablet daily once and use of azac soap
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