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InDistress

Facial redness ( forehead )

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I dont really know how to describe my skin ( forehead ) Its nice and smooth but mostly red all over. It gets a few spots aswel and my doctor prescibed zineryt for me. He says it will get rid of the spots and redness which he says is caused by acne. Its been 4 weeks now and there is no improvement. My forehead has like a sunburn look to it ? Which is so bad looking and annoying. Im very confused :confused:

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Avar E sounds like what i need, but my doctor has asked me to stick out with the zineryt which i see is pointless because my skin is smooth but red and has hardly any spots on the area which is red. And i dont want to continue using zineryt if its for 'spots' and i dont have many its mostly redness or red marks. Also when i use zineryt it makes all my cheeks red and i get a burning feeling which my doctor said is fine. Im begining to wonder if my doctor is anygood at all :(

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I went to a young male doctor just felt like the right idea instead of going to the old ones around my town. My mother is asking around on where there is a dermatoligist around my area also since she doesnt even think the doctors decision was right.

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Update : Back to doctors today. Redness on my checks and around my nose area caused by the Zineryt lotion is a 'mystery' to him.

Now im on antibioctics : Minox Tablets and have to go for a check up in 6 weeks to see if there is any improvements.

Spots are not on the surface but the red skin im seening he says is because its inflamed and there is more blood flow.

Fingers crossed itl clear up soon

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