I would say a hypoallergnic soap would be fine.
Use this medication as directed by your doctor. Before you apply this medication to the skin, clean the affected area and dry well. Wait 10 minutes, then apply a small amount of medication to the affected skin, using just enough to cover the area with a thin film. Wash your hands immediately after applying this medication, even if you have used gloves.
is that an acne med? i use st ives appricot scrub to wash my faces. i LOVE it. i've been using it for about 10yrs. it really helps keep my skin clear... and wash away dry, dead skin. its a wonderful product. i dont like the one for sensitive skin. but they have the original and a medicated kind.
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