Our expert says:
Thank you for the question and my sincerest apologies for
the delay with my response. We normally receive an email notification from
health24 when a question is posted but unfortunately there seems to have been a
technical issue as I never received the notification.
I am presuming that considering the length of time that the
rash has settled but if not please let me know.
Most contact rashes disappear once you stop applying the
product but occasionally may require steroid and antibiotic topical creams.
Blemishes can include pigmentation marks or acne breakouts
so please let me know which of the two is concerning you. Unfortunately, with both
of this resolution process is fairly slow. Acne breakouts can be controlled
with spot treatments while pigmentation neds a combination approach of
depigmenting topical products.
I hope the above has helped.
Dr Alek Nikolic
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