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20 People found this comment helpful

I've only used it for the past couple of weeks but it seems to work fast in ridding of the ugly white patches, scaly skin and taking away the thick skin around my nose. Will update in a couple of more weeks. It's a shampoo, have been using it once a day like body wash only in the targeted spots

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Gave me ashma

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Anisha | 19-24 | Female | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
2/15/2020
Condition: Acne
Overall rating 2.3
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You can see from the image that I have used the tube. It was doing wonderful job when I applied it for 2 weeks, then it started showing no more affect but everytime when I stop using the product, the acne appear even more than they initially were. Same thing happened with my brother also. May be it's just about our skin but I am discontinuing it's use.

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Anonymous | 35-44 | Female | On medication for 1 to less than 2 years | Caregiver
12/1/2018
Condition: Psoriasis
Overall rating 4.0
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It's very urgent for me plz arrange immediately thanks P.markondaiah Chennai 600011

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VG343 | 19-24 | Male | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
5/30/2015
Condition: Plantar Warts
Overall rating 4.7
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I use a 17% salicylic acid solution to remove the Plantar warts I occasionally get on my feet. It is quick and easy to apply, and shouldn't hurt very much. It takes 1-3 weeks for me depending on wart size and how aggressively I treat. Time can be reduced by soaking and removing dead skin beforehand, and cutting out sections of the exposed wart with a precision implement. Be careful as doing these things too often or too violently will cause pain, scarring, or infection, so do only what you need to. Usually works fine, but if there is a part of the wart left it may regrow the entire wart, so continue to use for a few days after the wart is not visibly detected. Works also for warts on the hands, legs, arms, neck, torso, etc. Do NOT use it on sensitive areas of skin, or your face. 17% is too high concentration for that and will scar/burn you. If you have sensitive skin, reduce the frequency of applications, and it will still work fine without being too painful.

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ddun | 19-24 | Male | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
5/19/2015
Condition: Acne
Overall rating 2.3
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not gud i cant think why people compare it with benzoyal.

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DeeDubya | 25-34 | Female | On medication for 1 to 6 months | Patient
8/2/2014
Condition: Acne
Overall rating 4.7
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I'm using a facial wash with salicylic acid in it, not sure of the concentration. It has been a little over a month of twice daily use, and I've noticed my skin feels smoother, and most of my breakouts have reduced in size and are less noticeable.

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