I have it on both sides of the nose and the skin discoloration seems to grow to a larger area. Can anyone help me on how to control this? I had it for the last 4 months. First 3 months were horrible. Now the itching has stopped to at least 85 percent. I am trying multiple things.
1). Manuka honey on face daily for 1 hr and wash off
2). Drinking Manuka honey and Apple cedar vinegar daily morning mixed with water
3). Noble's Zinc pyrithione soap for face (Best one so far)
4). 4 days a week I eat Salmon fish to because of its anti inflammatory benefits
5). Daily after bath I apply Quadriderm ointment on both sides of the nose. (Works good but not sure if the skin discoloration is because of this)
6). Reduced sweets, do not smoke or drink
7). Tree tea oil in bath (Started recently)
8). Drinking a cup of Oolong tea daily (Started recently)
I tried before Ketoconazole, Desonide, Promiseb (probably the culprit for my skin discoloration start), Xolegel.
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