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Tricky skin, tried antibiotics and acnevelle tablet

Hi. My 15 year old daughter is a bright beautiful sensitive child. She has EVERYTHING going for her. But she has tricky skin . We have tried the antibiotics . We tried a Lamelle product called Acnevelle ( Vitamin A and Zinc). The contraceptive pill . She wont go out and is scarring quite badly. Added to that she has just started at a new school and has really lost confidence. We have moved country so she is also started boarding for the first time... What next raccutan? I worry as we are away from her? how long does this take? Help! Thanks a mill!
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Hi i think ur child is having sensitive skin.regular application of moisteriser and use of neutral soaps like cetaphil cleansing lotion can help a lot in such patients .scarry skin indicates she is suffering from acne .early use of retiniods helps and prevents her from will take atleast for 3 months and skin resurfing should be done
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