Clindamycin and zinc acetate

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benzaclin

I had the same problem 2 years ago, so the doctor prescribed me Zindaclin (Clindamycin phosphate - Zinc acetate Complex), which is a cream I should put on my back. I haven't used it for 2 years, and now I have back acne again. I forgot the instructions though.. How often should I put the cream a day, and for how many days? Thank you in advance!
Re: Dry/Sore/Burning/Flaky/Puffy/Itchy Eyelids=Nice!!! Hi Alex ------ READ CAREFULLY: I have experienced the same problems as you for a while. Checked out on the internet and followed some advice: e.g. I bought "MAC Moisturelush Eye Cream" from the Bay ($36 + tax) - but it didn't help. I couldn't find avocado oil, recommended by someone on the internet. The doctor prescribed me Hyderm Cream 1% - (or Hydrocortisone Acetate 1%)" to use twice a day (morning and night).
I will say that yesterday for the first time in a long time I began using the topical cream DUAC prescribed by my Dermatologist for acne. It is 1% clindamycin and 5% benzoyl peroxide, and as I write this it is forefront on my mind that this stuff may be the cause (there has to be an obvious link between my sudden reoccurrance and my recent use of this cream--yesterday). Perhaps some of the ingredients in this stuff are in something you use?
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