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stormyjade

Facial Seborrheic dermatitis and Coral

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Hello. I have been using Kavi Coral for 8 consecutive days twice a day. 2 weeks prior to using, I stopped all other topical cleansing products. So far I see that my face is getting better as my skin is detoxifying, bringing pimples to surface and started to heal my acne. However, I do have facial SD and about 4 days ago noticed 3 new red spots appear which are in fact SD spots (red/scaly/stinging). Do I just accept this as part of the adjustment period? Or does this mean the SA in the Coral is irritating my SD? Do I need to change to another product that will be effective at both managing my acne and NOT bothering my SD?

 

I used Aqua before but I found it was not too effective on my acne although it made my skin texture better/softer. Please advise!

 

Do I wait it out and continue using Coral another 3 / 4 weeks or should I immediately change to another recommended product?

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As long as it is not drying out your skin, Coral KAVI will not promote seborrheic dermatitis outbreaks. How often would you say you sustain new SD lesions as a matter of course? Are three lesions in two weeks above the norm for you?

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I usually get one to two SD spots once a month or every other month. Since I got 3 in 8 days I wasn't sure if maybe SA is causing it.

 

 

In your opinion, would it be best to use combination of Aqua in the morning and Coral in the evening? Or simply use Coral only once a day?

 

Thank you for your help!

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You can certainly try that if you have some Aqua KAVI on-hand. Finding the right balance for your unique skin type will take some trial and error. Keep in mind, however, that the salicylic acid in Coral KAVI is not known to promote new SD lesions on skin prone to the condition.

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