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Zits , Pimples and Bumps
I have been facing this problem of multiple pimples occuring on my chin and jawline and between the eyebrows. They occured all of a sudden. It's been 2 weeks now and there is no improvement in the condition. I checked my facial cream and found out that it was expired and initially i faced pimple problem in the area where facial hair comes like on my chin . This later developed and is now occuring all over my face , near nose and the area of chin and jawline is still disrupted. What do I do ? I am a student and have very less money to go consult a dermatologist.
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Skin care needs to be customized based on the presenting complaints. There are different ways to achieve a flawless skin after acne and it needs medical interventions and commitment on part of the patient. Acne treatment has multiple stages - to control new breakouts, to clear the sequelae (pigmentation and scars) and to prevent a relapse. An attempt to find out the root cause of acne should be made in every patient or else it keeps recurring. Each phase takes a couple of weeks before we move to the next phase of treatment. You can visit a government hospital in Delhi where they do not charge for consultations.
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Your dermatologist will decide a treatment plan for you after a consultation.
Health Tips
Avoid Self Medications.
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Treatment for Acne/Pimples:-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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