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Swollen face acne problem
I have been using clin3(clindamycin + nicotinamide) gel on my face for around 4 years to cure acne problem. Suddenly I stopped using it for around 2-3 weeks and instead of that was doing natural treatment. My skin is very sensitive and is allergic to steam,lemon, etc. When I did natural treatment there was redness in my face and it started itching. I then applied honey, multaani mitti which they didn't react but could not even cure(redness and itching). So at last I resumed using clin3 gel. Now face is swollen and sometimes itches.
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Aclind Gel / Faceclin Gel / D’ACNE Plus gel for application twice daily over affected area. For Marks (spots) - DUCRAY Photoscreen Depigment Cream / Demelan cream for application once in a week at night (very little over marks only) For face wash Rejuglow Facewash/ Episoft OC Cleanser/ Saslic DS Wash. Tab. Limcee 500mg once daily for one month. Tab. Ascazin twice daily for one month. Combination peels can be performed by a dermatologist in order to improve pimples , marks and scars . Blood test for serum Insulin Fasting (F) & Postprandial (PP)
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Greetings.  See a qualified dermatologist at the earliest for adequate diagnosis and treatment. Pimples may often leave spots especially if not treated or if we burst pimples or pick them. Reduce intake of milk, milk products and junk food. Wash your face regularly with a salicylic acid based grace wash. You'll need topical or oral retinoids depending on severity of the lesions.  You'll need skin lightening creams for a specified duration to reduce the marks , and this could also be dealt with chemical peeling. Also you must use a sunscreen to prevent darkening of the spots. For scars, creams may not work n you may need procedures like microneedling, microneedling rf, fractional lasers, prp or subscision or a combination of these. Discuss these options with a qualified dermatologist  near you in detail. (Caution: do not be lured by unrealistic claims and offers made by quacks who claim to be specialists in trichology n cosmetic sciences or even saloons. Make sure u are treated by a qualified dermatologist). Warm regards,  Dr Govind Suresh Mittal, Bengaluru .
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