I started using this sona cream that my dermatologist gave me in October. And in the instructions it says that I should avoid the sun. The cream is really strong and made my skin super sensitive and red now when I started using it but it helped with my acne. Now I'm scared that this cream mixed with sun can cause serious problems. I put it every night before I go to sleep and take it of in the morning. I spend an hour a day in the sun walking my dog (5 pm -6 pm) I put sunscreen on my face few time but since there is no oil - free sunscreen anywhere near that I can buy I'm afraid that it could cause more acne. Should I stop using sona cream for now and start suing in after few months in the winter??? or should I just continue using it? and It's a same thin as differin just with another nam) .
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