Redness, acne,oily skin
I m facing redness on my cheeks..I have several medicine like isotretinoin 0.05% , glocin gel, vicco turmeric skin, benzoyl peroxide gel, clindamycin phosphate gel ,diprovate.. I met two-three doctors and gave me these medicines but redness of face is as it is which medicine is best??? Which gel can i use?? I have lack of confidence because of redness..And my skin is too sensitive..Please advise me properly..
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Dr. Govind S Mittal
Dermatologist 8 yrs exp Bangalore
Hi. Greetings. You have nodulocystic acne. Acne is a chronic problem. You may need a few medications and lifestyle changes for long term improvement. Don't keep changing doctors. Try treatment properly with one qualified dermatologist for atleast six months. The following would help you : 1. Daily use of gel based sunscreen in day time of SPF 30 applied half hour before sun exposure to prevent darkening of spots. 2. Daily bed time use of retinoid cream 3. Antibiotic agents short course- prescribed by dermatologist for controlling out bursts .salicylic acid based or benzoyl peroxide based face wash for oily skin. 4. Evaluation by dermatologist for monitoring oral retinoids- this will indeed help but should be taken only if necessary and under monitoring. Also salicylic acid Peel if needed 5. Procedures like microneedling rf, fractional lasers or just microneedling for scars are helpful and necessary. Chemical peels for acne and spots. 6. Kindly read my blog on daily skin care on Practo health feed. Daily fitness work out and loads of fruits and veggies will help loads in improving your skin. You may Send further queries/ pics of lesions on private follow up chat. Hope this helps. Warm regards. Dr Govind S Mittal, excel care hospital, Bangalore.
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