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    how to clear this skin allergy and get back my soft smooth skin :(
    help_me_ posted:
    I got skin allergy near chest and neck a week back i went to doctor and she said it is a bacteria infection. Prescription is amoxicilin 500and okacet L 5mg(for minimizing itching) and a gel adaclene. It has been five days since im taking the medicine. The blisters and rashes changed color from pink to brown as in the attached image. But the itching is the same and it spread to other areas like hands, abdomen and legs too.
    it looked like Pityriasis Rosea in the article

    im at home 24/7. i go out on weekends but not much. When i went out and the rashes in my hand was exposed to sun, the allergy suddenly spots on my hands and when i came inside and stayed under air conditioner it reduced...

    i used to have clear soft skin...please help

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