You must trust me on this one cause I have been through this. You must stop using benzoyl peroxide for your allergic reaction to go away. The pharmacist told me that this Panoxyl gel would work with slight redness to my skin and I was not surprised that it did not work since everything else I have ever used did not work. By usin this Panoxyl for sensitive skin my face turned red as a tomato, stung a lot burned a lot and after that was over my skin was excessively dry and my pimples were still all over my face! Never trust a pharmacist since it seems like they don't know how to get rid of acne. Acutane works but there are tons of side effects so be careful with it if you want to get rid of your pimples forever.
Benzoyl peroxide is a very frequently used treatment for acne. If a 10% solution of benzoyl peroxide (such as Oxy 10) causes irritation, use a lower dose of Benzoyl peroxide; anti-acne facial wipes usually contain 2.5% benzoyl peroxide.
The first thing to note is that scabies for dogs should be treated by a vet. Wash the entire body of the dog with benzoyl peroxide shampoo (such as OxyDex or Pyoben).
No, Hydrogen Peroxide will not cure acne... Benzyl Peroxide, will however help it.
Peroxide doesn't cure cold sores.
If it is not severe, I'd leave it. If it gets bad, I would call a doctor.
No, Hydrogen Peroxide will not cure acne. It will reduce bacteria that cause and develop in acne.
Allergies are something that cannot be cured, but there are various methods to treat and ease allergic reactions to things depending on the cause and the degree of the allergic reaction. Talk to your doctor or your vet for options.
Is this even a question? When you hate everyone, you will always hate everyone, because hate breeds hate. Misanthropy is an intellectuals allergic reaction to the world.
I recommend going to a doctor. Ice and antibiotics. There is also a shot to cure it. If not treated properly there can be a serious effect.
If the person has an allergic reaction to the bee sting, call 911 immediately. An adverse reaction includes trouble breathing, swollen tongue, fainting, and a history of severe allergy to insect stings. If no allergic reaction, carefully remove stinger, ice and elevate the sting, take an over-the-counter pain reliever, and apply calamine lotion for the itch.
A person looking to cure a huge zit could go to their local drugstore or pharmacy where they would find a wide range of acne treatments available. If the spot is especially bad and they do not have sensitive skin, they may wish to use a maximum strength formulation containing benzoyl peroxide.
No it can not.
No, hydrogen peroxide is not an effective treatment for STDs. A prescription med is necessary--exact med depends on the type of STD. in olden times an arsenic preparation known as salvarsan was used now we use antibiotics which are safer for obvious reasons. It depends on what the patient responds to and what they are allergic to, that decides treatment
yes you can it can cure it
If you are not allergic to bee's sting, it takes a few minutes to relieve the pain. If you are allergic, keep on with yourself an anti allergic ointment, and pills of anti allergic medicine, prescribed by your medical doctor.
Cure? No. But Treatment, yes. Antihistamines are available for people who are Photosensitive.
You should take an antihistamine (loratadine, cetirizine, diphenhydramine) right away. If the reaction is severe you may need an epinephrine injector (EpiPen, Twinject, ). Seek emergency help even though the epinephrine helps. I will wear off in 30-60 minutes. The cure for a food allergy is to find out what foods you are allergic to, and stop eating them. Sometimes if you stop eating an allergic food for 2 or 3 weeks, you can start eating small amounts of it again without a reaction. You should never do this if the reaction is severe and you should seek the help of a Medical Allergist and not a surgeon Allergist(ENT). They only deal with minor allergies of the nose.
There is no cure for the bites of blood sucking insects, however there are treatments that can temporarily ease the itching caused by these bites including soaking in Epson salts, making a paste of baking soda and water, or using aloe Vera. If an allergic reaction or illness occurs it is always best to seek medical attention.
Yes. Topical therapy including topical retinoid, acne-fighting cosmetics, oral medications including antibiotics and certain physical procedures shall help reduce and cure acne in adults. Use of benzoyl peroxide administered with the consultation of a acne specialist is deemed the best treatment for Acne in adults as well. You may find the following links more enlightening: http://www.skincarephysicians.com/acnenet/adult_acne_treatment.html; http://www.acne.org/messageboard/Adult-acne-f37.html;
no, it is an antibiotic used to cure diseases, but there are some people who are highly allergic to it.
Yes, penicillin can cure boils. The penicillin usually given for boils is Flucloxacillin. If a person is allergic to penicillin, they will be given a different antibiotic.
cuse if it was not used that means u dont have an family
No hydrogen peroxide can not cure cancer. It would be good if it could. It has been tested in a controlled medical test and did not work. The body does not create the same type of arteries, veins, and capillaries in a cancer that it does everywhere else. That makes it hard to get any type of chemical to a cancer. Cancer cells would need a hydrogen peroxide receptor for the chemical to use to enter the cell. It would be hard for hydrogen peroxide to get to the cancer and hard for it to get inside once it got there. The only chemicals that can work against cancer will be poison chemicals that mimic chemicals the cancer cells need.
well you can try it if you do have cancer there is a book about it and it says that 3% hydrogen and 97% oxygen can cure it the book is called the 1 minute cure for cancer look it up on eBay or Google it might just cure it! worth a try!
Allergies are really hard to cure. What you can do is treat the symptoms and learn to avoid what's causing the reaction.