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White spots on face after applying asepxia soap for pimples. Suggestions?

Hello , well I'm hoping u can really help me ? I've been using asepxia soap for pimples & all of a sudden I started getting this white spots on my face so I just applied soap on my forehead where I have more pimples but then my skin started to burn & it feels really dry . Idont know wat to do or put on it because if I buy a lotion I feel like it is goin to make my pimples more and I feel really down now . What can I do ? Pls help
Asked On : Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dear Friend ..
Thanks for using Health Care Magic.

Asepxia is a medicated soap with salicylic acid help in clearing pimples and blackspots..
Burning and white spot is due to over usage of soap and hard rubbing against pimples which cause burning.
after application of soap wash off soap thoroughly from pimple site in morning and night.
Dry it with clean towel .

Discontinue usage of soap if it cause redness and allergic reaction in face .
Usage of Clindamycin ointment helps in reducing pimples.

Consult a dermatologist if symptom persist.
Hope i provided useful information.
Take care.
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Dermatologist Dr. Raghuveer Murki's  Response
Hi white spots on the face after using antiacne bar is the most common .we see these kind of patients in our day to day practice.nothing to worry.apply moisteriser daily twice until dryness subsides.then afterwards use antiacne bar .use acnemoiste cream after using antiacne bar.and then apply persol ac cream over the pimples until they get subsided
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