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Used pandrem+ for pimples. Face became dark, rough, itchy and small pimples came after stopping cream. Remedy?

Sir, I used one cream for pimples that is pandrem+, when the time i was using it really works and i face became fair and good looking.. when the summer starts some changes were started in my face so i stopped using that cream. Now my face became dark and also small small pimples are coming and it became rough and skin is pealing off.. itching sensation is also there.. can you suggest to overcome this problem.
Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi...dear sameera..,
Thanks fr choosing HCM..,
Panderm+ contains steriods..,
Bigenning , it will give good looking skin..,
Long term usage will give pale , rough skin.,
and atrophy with Telangectasia..,
So stop this cream slowly..,
Switch over to the Moisturizer cream..,
Morning use of SUNSCREEN lotion is mandatory..,
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Dermatologist Dr. Prakash Roy's  Response
Hi Sameera how are you ,thanks to trust on health care magic , Drug like Penderm contains corticosteroids which contraindicated in cases of Acne , these agent mask the acne ,make your faces bright ,later causes thinning of skin ( Skin atrophy )and when you stop using it acne will come again
so keep certain Tips in your mind young girl ,
1. wash your face plenty times .
2. no oily stuff on face
3. Apply drugs like Retino A 0.025% at night only for a month ,if you feel irritation wash after a hour or so or ice application
4. peeling of skin is good so don't worry for that
5 gel contains clindamycin after bath If still problem persist call on your dermatologist .

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