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Topical antibiotics should never be used alone. It should always be combined with topical benzoyl peroxide (BPO) or combination of BPO/retinoids.Systemic antibiotics when used should be for short durations of 8-12 weeks.For maintenance therapy, topical retinoids should be used as it prevents microcomedone formation. In pregnancy and lactation, topical azelaic acid can be used for maintenance treatment.Omega-3, 1 g/day may decrease xerosis by increasing skin hydration.Spironolactone which inhibit...
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