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White pus filled blisters on shoulders, sun burn, dry patches on skin on face. Treatment?

I have white pus filled blisters on my shoulder . I got a sunburn 5 days ago. they are receeding, but im concerned it might be something i need to see a doctor about. and i had hard dry patches of skin on my face after the sunburn. they had a yellowish tint at first, then they started to peel. they re gone now but the places where they were are raw looking. there is no pain, and it is also getting better. i d just like to know if it is something i need to be more concerned about.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Hi i think it is seborrhic dermatitis.where u find the pustules along with dry patches over the chest.shoulder and on the should be treated with oral biotic .oral isotretinion 20 mg and application of momate along with moisteriser on the dry patches and nadoxin gel over the lesions can cure it.if no response oral canditral also
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