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Can Desonide Be Used On The Face For Removing Scars
Sometimes: Desonide is a steroid and can attenuate allergic and inflammatory conditions of the facial skin. Keto conazole is an anti-fungal and can be used for diagnosed treatment of facial fungus infections. Your dermatologist can assist you in diagnosis of your facial issues and recommend the best treatment. ...Read more
I have a baby with face eczema. I used desonide for a week, but the eczema is back. Is something else safer or better?
Eczema on the body and face is in most cases transient and doesn't leave life long scars in most babies. Eczema occurs due to the skin becoming dry. Some important things to do:
1. Apply vaseline/eczema ointments 4-6 times per day
2. Use luke warm water for baths
3. Don't put soaps in the water for bathing as it leaches fat from the skin.
4. Use small amounts of aveno baby wash/dove soap. ...Read more
Chronic: Eczema is chronic and will recur. I recommend avoiding harsh soaps which will dry the skin, use aquaphor or vanicream to protect your baby's skin throughout the day and desonide to keep it controlled, preferably no more than 3 times a week. It gets better over time! Also, eczema makes skin more susceptible to infections so if it persists, see your dr. ...Read more
2nd degree burn to the face 9 months ago. Used many lotions like desonide .05%. Ect. Still, have redness and extremely sensible to the sun. Suggestions?
My eye and face is swollen from an allergic reaction. Can I use Desonide 0.05% ointment 60gm on face?
I have seborrehic dermatitis on the face. I have desonide .05 for the face and triamcinolone 0.1 for eye area. What is a good facial cleanser?
Anti-fungal: I am concerned about the potent steroid (triamcinolone) on your eyes because it may cause further thinning of the eyelids plus other complications. Consider seeing a dermatologist. Topical antifungal agents have also been used with success without the problem with topical steroid on the face. ...Read more
I have had red, very dry skin on one side of my face and forehead for a year. I have a derm appt in a month but can I use desonide cream until then?
Facial Scars: Get laser treatment. Lasers are effectively used to remove facial scars. The light breaks up stubborn scar tissue and lightens areas of darker pigment. It also encourages collagen production so new skin cells are rapidly produced, making your skin appear more even in tone. Fractionated lasers are best. ...Read more
Depends: Chemical peels and/or laser treatments may be an important part of scar revision but without knowing more details, detail recommendations are impossible. The size, location of the scar as well as it's character (flat, heaped up, etc) all influence the best way to improve the appearance of a scar. Other treatment options include dermabrasion, scar revision surgery, and injections. ...Read more
Will removing skin tags from my face leave a scar? I have developed a couple of skin tags on my lower left cheek. They are ugly and really bother me, so I'd like to have them removed. Will having them taken off leave a noticeable scar?
Usually not: While any injury to the skin results in a scar, skin tag removal usually leaves small imperceptible scars. ...Read more
Sir i have 20 yrs old scar on my face. I have used contractubex for 5 months but I noticed no result. Can I use hexilak gel for removing the scar completely?
No: No treatment will remove scar completely. The Best hope is less prominent. For best results, see Facial Plastic Surgeon for consultation. ...Read more
Usually not.: It depends on where on the face it is located, but as a rule, in the hands of a skilled plastic surgeon, the scar that results from excision of a mole usually heals very well and can be expected to be less conspicuous than the mole. Often it can become practically invisible. But there is always a possibility for a scar with which you might not pleased. ...Read more
Seek professionals: There are many ways to treat scars which depend on the nature and the type of scars that you have. You need to be evaluated by your dermatologic surgeon and discuss options. ...Read more
I have a scars on both sides of face below eyes for the last 2-3 years. Suggest and give tje treatment for removing the scars?
Derma pen: This is an economical procedure where small needles poke micron size holes in the scar and stimulate growth factors which lead to remodeling of the scar tissue. You may need 4 – 6 treatments 4-6 weeks apart. Check derma pen out online and find an operator near you. ...Read more
I have acne problem...so I want help in making my face clean...help...i also want help in removing my acne scars.
Acne: Wash face w gentle cleanser 2x/day & use oil free products. No oily hair or heavy foundations. Try not to pop pimples. Avoid touching face (cradling chin in hands). Remove makeup before bed. Shower after strenuous exercise. Consider OTC products (salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide). Retinoids/ comedone extractor can be helpful for black heads. For scars see dermatology. ...Read more
No: Unfortunately over the counter creams will do little to change it. See a dermatologist for help. ...Read more
I am female and I am 20 years One month before I am suffer from chicken pox it is very severe on my face know on my face there are scars how its remov?
PRP: Platelet rich plasma may help with softening the look of scars if not removing them completely. Find a physician that offers this type of treatment, ...Read more
May help: Silicone sheeting is particularly helpful in reducing/preventing thick, hypertrophic scars. They are usually cut to the size of the scar and placed on the scar every evening to apply constant pressure to the scar. Use on the face may be challenging depending on where the scars are located. ...Read more
Expedite skin healing besides diet/exercise, esp face? What used to take me weeks now takes me months when it comes to wounds, scars, or pigmentation.
Eating well is: Important for wound healing and at your age, you should be healing quite quickly. But remember any sun exposure will delay wound healing. Also, nutrition is key. Often if we eat normally, food is processed so many natural vitamins and minerals necessary for wound healing are missing or low. So try eating organic, lots of protein and vegetables. STay with whole foods (apples, not applejacks), ...Read more
Scar Cream: There are a number of topical treatments for treating scars. In the early post op period, antibiotic ointments are used. When the scars are healed after 10-14 days, silicone based topicals can be used. Consult your local plastic surgeon for guidance. Early treatment can prevent needing more invasive treatments later on. ...Read more
I waxed my face and used nair right after... treated it but woke up with a scar like burn please tell me it'll go away what can I do?
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) +Cold compr: Take a Benadryl (diphenhydramine) tablet 25 mg, and start applying Cold compresses. After waxing your skin has becomesensitive already, then applying the Nair it s irritated. Should improve slowly. Do not pur any makeups and do not go under the Sun. ...Read more
Scar treatment: Depending on the problem with the scar there are treatments to improve them but nothing will completely remove them. I treat pigmented scars with bbl to lighten them, thick scars with fractional laser to soften them, or bad or wide scars with surgery to cut out the scar and re-sew it a more cosmetically pleasing way. The laser approach requires a series of treatments to be effective--often 5-6. ...Read more
Can only Improve:
You cannot "erase" scars. Poor scars can be improved through the following methods:
1) scar massage
2) silicone sheeting (a kind of silicone tape you where over the scar)
3) steroid injections
4) laser treatment (helps remove coloring)
5) scar revision (removing the scar and starting over).
Consult with a plastic surgeon to find out which combination of these would best work for you. ...Read more
Get real Rx: I suspect that you are talking about icepick-type acne scars. I am very sorry that your acne was not rx'd scientifically when it should have been, as these could have been prevented easily, and I am especially sorry if a family member's insistence on "natural healing" caused your scarring. A dermatologist or plastic surgeon can make these less visible with fillers, laser, or other techniques. ...Read more
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