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Tiny pimples, acne on face, neck, back. Taking tisane de bon, bleeding again post miscarriage. Treatment for acne?

I had a misscarriage last month June 23 I was 18 weeks 4days and when I finally stop bleeding my aunty gave me a bush to drink as my water to clean me for 3 day after that I drank tisane de Bon and it made me bleed again am taking it to clean my blood cause all of a sudden I have some tiny bumps pimple or teenager acne on my face all over my neck and back area
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Thanks for writing here.

Acne seems to be due to hormone imbalance and stress.

Use good oil control soap two times daily.

Avoid any oily creams and foundations.

You can apply clindamycin gel to affected area two to three times daily in the morning.At night apply benzyl peroxide 2.5%.

Hope this will solve your query.Take care.
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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