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White patches near the mouth and cheeks. Advised to use malagard and evmozone. Are these medications effective?

hi having white patches near my mouth part and some on my cheeks.i consulted my doctor and she gave me malagard 50,evmozone to apply only on white patches for 10 days and then ICTHYNE-H to apply in night after stopping EVMOZONE and also suggested me DERCLEAN facewash.Im having combination skin,after applying all this im feeling my skin even more oily.what should i do and will these creams improve my skin tone and will there b any result on acne
Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Hi, it seems that you are having pityriasis alba, superficial eczema. It is characterised by hypopigmented mild scaly patches , with mild or no itching. It is harmless and self curable condition. It may be due to worms, infection in body, malnutrition, sun rays, soap etc.. Try to remove all causes and apply mild potent steroid cream or tacrolimus 0.03 percent. Take vitamins, anti worm tab. .. Still, you may consult the expert. ..ok
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