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I'm starting to get a rash on the cheek and neck, would rubbing alcohol help?
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Dr. Gregg Albers
Addiction Medicine
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In brief: Rash
Suggest you try Hydrocortisone cream for a face rash.
This is available over the counter. Alcohol tends to be drying, often irritates rashes, and is unlikely to help it heal.

In brief: Rash
Suggest you try Hydrocortisone cream for a face rash.
This is available over the counter. Alcohol tends to be drying, often irritates rashes, and is unlikely to help it heal.
Dr. Gregg Albers
Dr. Gregg Albers
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3 doctors agree
In brief: What did you use
What did you use on these areas prior to developing the rash? The rash could be caused by something that came in contact with your skin on those ares, since you do not report having the rash anyplace else this may be likely.
Avoid what ever you used, cleanse the area off with warm water and avoid further irritants such as alcohol.

In brief: What did you use
What did you use on these areas prior to developing the rash? The rash could be caused by something that came in contact with your skin on those ares, since you do not report having the rash anyplace else this may be likely.
Avoid what ever you used, cleanse the area off with warm water and avoid further irritants such as alcohol.
Dr. Josephine Ruiz-Healy
Dr. Josephine Ruiz-Healy
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In brief: Not my field, sorry
This question is outside of my area of expertise.
I would ask a dermatologist.

In brief: Not my field, sorry
This question is outside of my area of expertise.
I would ask a dermatologist.
Dr. Michael Feinberg
Dr. Michael Feinberg
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