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DNMUM400813 | 11/15/2017 | Author : Dr Abhijit Desai | WC :250

I wear sandals on a daily basis and suffer from cracked heels. The skin in the area has become very dry and rough to touch. Regular lotions don’t help much. Please advise. — Dolly You need to take a bit more care of your heels. Try wearing closed shoes if possible. You can apply Xerolene cream after bathing in the morning and before bedtime to keep them soft and healthy.
I am a 34-year-old woman. I mostly have clear skin but recently have noticed pimples appearing on my chin. I break out for a few days and then they disappear. What is the reason for this? Any ointment that can help? — Lekha
Breakouts on the chin can be due to hormonal imbalance. I suggest you get hormonal studies done un
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