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Skin peeling, redness, pimples. Using xeroderm, benzac, elidel. Cure for symptoms?

Good day, I went to my dermotologist and she prescribed Elidel, Benzac and Xeroderm to use in the morning (all three) . My skin is peeling, its red and I ve got small little pimples . I wanted to know is it because I don t use the Xeroderm everyday? I don t use it all the time because I am always indoors, is Xeroderm for when I go out to the sun or is it for everyday use? Thanx in advance
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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hi dear i think he must have prescribed these medications for acne. benzac and elidel are for acne, while xeroderm is a sunscreen. i would advice u how to use. use benzac in early morning let it be there for 1 hour, wash it and apply xeroderm. apply elidel in night. if u follow this u wont have irritation and peeling. thank u
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