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Using propy salic nf6 oinment on heat boils, red bumps on cheeks again, skin peels off. How to get rid of this ?

hi from chennai AAAAAA,22.i was using propy salic nf6 oinment on heat boils weneve i get..but my bad luck b4 1week i got red bumps on my cheeks again i applied this ointment on red bumps gradually weneve i need per day,its reaction is so bad, epidermis layer peel off coin shape size please doctor help me want to get rid soon it looks so ugly,more peoples asking wit me u met accident..suggest me right solution,i have crystal clear yellowish normal to dry combination skin.
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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Thanks for writing here.

It seems you are having acne .

This is age releated problem.

It will require proper care and treatment under the guidance of a dermatologist.

Propysalic contains steroid and salyicyilic acid .

This is responsible for worsening of your acne.

Stop the cream completly now.

Avoid sun exposure .

Use mild cleansig lotion like cetaphi.

You can apply clindamycin gel two times daily but it will be better to consult a dermtologist.

Hope this will help you.
Answered: Thu, 19 Sep 2013
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