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Jaysengel''''' there are many reasons to break out and just out of the blue,This is a prescription drug some we used to mix some used to come with a bottle you dabbed on the spots..First you wash the area with just soap and water when you go to apply it... Also both of these can have a odor of there own... but when it drys you may smell it still but its not a strong odor to anyone around you such as mild alcohol benzol peroxide has a smell of its own as does clindomycin when mixed with alcohol the main thing is follow the direction just as they say and make sure you wash it off good done rub real hard and pat dry before you apply the next dose then it only takes a very little bit on the affected areas..anymore than a pindrop type size is not going to rub in well. a little dab goes a long ways you do not want it to cake up... So keep area clean prior to putting on and don't worry the smell is not as bad as it smells as soon as it comes out of the tube or dabber so just follow the directions and if it does not get better in 7 to 10 days recheck with your doctor...
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