Rash On Face From Tac 0.1 In Eucerin Cream.

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pink it Says:

I used some tac 0.1 in eucerin cream on my face in spots were zits would not go away and now I look like I have full blown acne. it has little blisters. I just used it on my face so can the rest of my body be in the sun or not? how long until this goes away as the zits I had before were minimal and I should of never used it in the first place..... so stupid!!!

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Verwon Says:

Yes, that was a bad idea. It contains Triamcinolone, which is listed by the FDA as a steroid class medication and they can actually cause acne as side effects.

However, this would not explain the blistering, so you should have that checked out by your doctor.

Other side effects to topical use may possibly include skin irritation, dryness and redness.

Have you ever gotten cold sores? If so, that may explain the blisters, since steroids can cause it to act up, too.

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