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What Is A Medicine Typically Used For White Patches On Skin
White Patches: Steroid creams may be helpful in repigmenting (returning the color to) white patches, particularly if they are applied in the initial stages of the disease. Corticosteroids are a group of drugs similar to hormones such as cortisone, which are produced by the adrenal glands. See your dermatologist for a prescription. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Topical antibiotic: The bacteria that's commonly the cause of impetigo is staph aureus, which responds to prescription topical antibiotics. If your doctor determines that you are a carrier of staph, he/she will prescribe you a topical antibiotic to apply to your nostrils. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not a clear question: Sorry if i can not help without better understanding the question. If you mean subconj heme, then likely 1-2 weeks time is all that is needed - if vision is unaffected, no pain. Increased blood vessel size is frequently related to irritation, rubbing, dryness, . . . Those things need to be helped. There is no specific medicine for subconj heme but vitamin c deficiency, or other bleeding is poss. ...Read more
When u have a fungal infection, and use the specifical creams, and the red itchy rash turns flaky and white is that what is consist , normal?
I got a skin decease which is very itchy and dispensing small partials of skin for a long time. What exactly it is?
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Proper diagnosis: Helps. Seeing your doctor to make sure it is seborrhea or dandruff versus a skin infection. For dry scalp /dandruff try tea tree shampoo or Nizoral (ketoconazole) shampoo. There is evidence that dandruff may have a fungal component so tea tree shampoo or Nizoral (ketoconazole) may be very helpful. ...Read more
Just a birthmark: Strawberry hemangiomas (also called strawberry mark or capillary hemangioma) may appear anywhere on the body, but are most common on the face, scalp, back, or chest. They are made up of small, closely packed blood vessels. They may be absent at birth, and start developing at several weeks. They usually grow rapidly, remain a fixed size for a while, and then shrink away in middle childhood. ...Read more
Acne and dark spots: Pimples on your face's T zone can be hard to manage, because the forehead, nose and chin can be oily at the same time the area around the mouth and cheeks are dry and flaky. The T zone is prone to pimples and blackheads because there are more oil-producing glands in those areas, according to TeensHealth. Although pimples in the T zone can be frustrating, you can control them with patience and proper care. Step 1 Wash your face with warm water and a mild cleanser twice a day, in the morning and at night. Massage the cleanser into your face without scrubbing. Rinse thoroughly with warm water; cleanser remaining on the skin can clog the pores, causing pimples and blackheads. Step 2 Saturate a cotton ball with a toner containing salicylic acid, recommends "Seventeen." Smooth the toner over your T zone. Alternatively, apply an over-the-counter skin care product containing benzoyl peroxide, which will dry oily T zone areas and decrease bacteria that can cause pimples and blackheads. You Might Also Like How to Exfoliate Your Nose How to Exfoliate Your Nose Cornstarch & Vinegar for Blackheads Cornstarch & Vinegar for Blackheads How to Get Rid of Blind Pimples How to Get Rid of Blind Pimples How to Get Rid of Acne & Red Cheeks and Nose How to Get Rid of Acne & Red Cheeks and Nose DIY Blackhead Removal DIY Blackhead Removal How to Get Rid of Little Pimples All Over the Face How to Get Rid of Little Pimples All Over the Face What Causes Breakouts on the Forehead? What Causes Breakouts on the Forehead? How to Get Rid of Dry Pimples How to Get Rid of Dry Pimples How to Get Rid of Large Pores and Oily Skin How to Get Rid of Large Pores and Oily Skin How to Make Facial Cleanser for Combination Skin How to Make Facial Cleanser for Combination Skin How to Get Rid of Pimples Near the Mouth How to Get Rid of Pimples Near the Mouth How to Avoid Pimples on Your Chin How to Avoid Pimples on Your Chin How to Get Rid of Painful Pimples Fast How to Get Rid of Painful Pimples Fast How to Get Rid of Oily Skin on the Face at Home How to Get Rid of Oily Skin on the Face at Home How to Get Rid of Acne on Head How to Get Rid of Acne on Head Can You Get a Pimple Inside the Nose? Can You Get a Pimple Inside the Nose? Step 3 Smooth an oil-free moisturizer over any dry areas on your face after toning. Use a moisturizer marked "noncomodogenic," which won't clog the pores. Things You'll Need Mild cleanser Cotton balls Toner containing salicylic acid or skin care product containing benzoyl peroxide Oil-free moisturizer Sponsored Links ...Read more
What is the best medicine for little spots that stay after pimples? Is there any fruit acid that can be used for it?:)
Sulfacetamide 10% sulfur is prescribed for acne, usually… But can this formulation be used as an antibiotic cream for ulcerative skin lesion as a result of falling off of a bicycle and… I have three lesions and have this on hand. Any recommendations?
No no no!: Acne medications can be very irritating to open wounds. A better option (in addition to a mild soap & warm water) is an antibiotic ointment that's specifically used to treat open wounds along with daily wound care and protective bandaging until the wounds heal. I'm glad you asked! Dr. Anne. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hydroxy acids: depending on your skin type, alpha and beta hydroxy acids work well for removing dead skin, without lightening your skin. ...Read more
Can i put pure Lard on pityriasis rosea herald patch that is on thigh for 2 months and 20 days?Or some other cream?patch is dry and non itchy
Confused: You indicate that you had PR 2 YEARS ago and you wish to use lard on a herald patch present for 2 months. I suspect that you need a more precise diagnosis. PR rarely if ever occurs more than once. If it is PR, it does not matter what you put on it. Why use lard for anything on the skin??? Not what I would do. Oh, and the zinc pills are a waste of money, possibly harmful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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