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Very oily skin, prescribed paknet c gel, nandoxin gel, epi wash. No changes. Solution ?

hello ,sir i have a super oily skin and my dermatologist prescribed me the paknet c gel at the day ,nandoxin gel in the night ,epi wash bar to wash my face and i used it ,it has been 8 days !!no change !!!as i also take lots of fruit , vegetables ,drink alot water also !!do regular exercise !!(my age is 14 )since two years i am facing these pimple , acne ,blackheads problem !!!
Asked On : Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

Thanks for writing your query.

Have patience. Your medicine will work.It does take time to show results.

Stress can aggrevate your problem. Try some relaxation methods.

Have plenty of water.

Have good night sleep.

Have healthy lifestyle.

Follow the daily face cleansing & treatment regime as advised by your doctor.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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