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    What do you use to treat acne vulgaris? Very irritating...

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    I understand how frustrating that is, semi. What I put on is this gel called cleocin-T gel. I put it on twice a day and so far, it's been helping me clear my face. Ask your dermatologist about it and once prescribed, you can get it on almost every pharmacy available. I believe it's also available on any online pharmacy. Hope this helps!

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    have you used any medicine.. you can consult doc. and use antibiotics..

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    To help control acne, keep your skin clean. Avoid skin products that clog your pores. Look for products that say "noncomedogenic" on the label. Wash your skin once or twice a day with a gentle soap or acne wash. Try not to scrub or pick at your pimples. This can make them worse and can cause scars.

    If you have just a few pimples to treat, you can get an acne cream without a prescription. Look for one that has benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid. These work best when used just the way the label says.

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    washing your face twice or thrice a day is the best remedy...dont try to over do it can effect your skin..


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