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AdamHatesAcne

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  1. Why'd you get prescribed a steroid? Be sure to not over use it, don't use it longer than directed, don't apply a bandage over any creamed area, apply only a thin film...don't use it for any other areas other than what the doc has ordered. Steroid creams can be very bad for the skin if not used properly, carefully, and appropriately.
  2. 'mometasone furoate' which is a steroid cream was prescribed by my docter. After one application of this stuff, it has left a white patch on my skin. Its remained there for at least 10 hours after removing it. Is this normal?
  3. Thanks guys, The docter has prescribed me with 'mometasone furoate' which is a steroid cream. Anyone try this stuff?
  4. What can I purchase from UK shops that contains Glycolic Acid and can exfoliate this mark? Look on ebay for the UK; there are likely a lot of glycolic acid products there. One of the org members, Calibos, is using some products (glycolic acid) that he purchased from lookgr8. He seems to be pleased with how they're working for him. They do carry a serum and moisturizer. Just look up lookgr8 on a search engine.
  5. What can I purchase from UK shops that contains Glycolic Acid and can exfoliate this mark?
  6. After popping this white head on my cheek, it left behind an big inflamed red/purple mark that grew 3 times bigger. It caused an infection and had to take bactroban for 2 weeks. A scab formed over it and I stupidly ended up peeling it off. Has this caused it to scar? Here is the post when it hapened. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php...mp;hl=bactroban Anyway what can I use to treat this mark? Please help!! And do you guys think this will go? or is it a scar?
  7. Since you're treating it early on, it is unlikely to leave scars. Just keep the areas treated as per the doctor's orders. Clean your skin as ordered and wash your hands. Be gentle with your skin. thank you
  8. Since you're treating it early on, it is unlikely to leave scars. Just keep the areas treated as per the doctor's orders. Clean your skin as ordered and wash your hands. Be gentle with your skin.
  9. Since you're treating it early on, it is unlikely to leave scars. Just keep the areas treated as per the doctor's orders. Clean your skin as ordered and wash your hands. Be gentle with your skin.
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