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Using zinc pyrithione shampoo for dandruff. Applying skinlite cream for scars on hand. Is this ok?

Hello sir, I m Siri here.. I have drandruff....n coz of which i started getting over my face... I consulted a dermatologist n she gave ketoconazole and zinc pyrithione shampoo And said these r red pimples n gave calosoft lotion...and giintra bar and told me to apply acnesol CL gel and sheorty H17 both these gel on d pimples..... Frm this can i get back ma clear skin......??? Last month i met with an accident.....and thank god it was just a minor accident.... I just got scares on half of ma right hand ... N now tat portion has become she told me to apply skinlite cream.... Are all these worth applying.....??? Last month i met with an accident
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Hello.If your pimples are severe and persistent,you will require oral medication.Your shampoo is perfect for controlling dandruff.Treatment of the scar is best left to the dermatologist,since treatment will depend on the type of scar,hence periodic visual examination will be required.
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