Clindamycin

Last Update February 4, 2016
Clindamycin International Nonproprietary Name is a lincosamides antibiotic. It is usually used to treat infections with anaerobic org...
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Clindamycin and Tea Tree Oil

Interaction between Clindamycin and Tea Tree Oil: Interaction not known, but may still exist. Always consult your doctor before taking these medications together. Do not stop taking the medications without a physician's advice. Disclaimer
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for demodex?So, I've been on clindamycin and Metro Gel for a...
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" Tea tree oil vs. Metronidazole (oral form) for demodex? So, I've been on clindamycin and Metro Gel for ...work. I've heard that Tea Tree Oil can have amazing effects on demodex, so ...Have any of you... "

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e using witch hazel and tea tree oil soap, doing better. I j...
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" ...the way towards it. My acne came to me suddenly, ...3rd week of Doxy, and Clindamycin lotion. The pictures before were ...is 3 days after me using witch hazel and tea tree oil soap, doing better. I just need... "

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daughter is also using clindamycin in AM and retin-a micro...
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" Wondering if anyone has heard of using tea tree oil for acne, applying it topically ofcourse. ...My daughter is also using clindamycin in AM and retin-a micro ...does anyone think of this tea tree oil... "

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skin does not respond to tea tree oil. If anything has...
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" ...the cataphoresis that caused my acne/break outs (its just how ...introducing more bacteria. Personally, my skin does not respond to tea tree oil. If anything has helped me ...electrolysis I'm now leaning... "

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and AFA exfoliating gel. That's the magic combo that keeps...
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" ...the Spa Face Wash with tea tree oil from Trader Joe's, which cleanses ...plus a topical antibiotic (clindamycin) from my dermatologist (safe during pregnancy) and AFA exfoliating gel. That's the magic... "

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I didn't start using clindamycin until after those 3 days...
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" ...3 days. I didn't start using clindamycin until after those 3 days and I only put it on the pustules as a spot treatment. ...after care, she told me that witch hazel or tea tree oil 3-4 times per day for... "

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urrently looking for a very mild moisturizer that helps w...
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" tea tree oil and jojoba oil, ever mixed it? I'm currently looking for a very mild moisturizer that helps with small blemishes. I ...Will i benefit from mixing tea tree oil and jojoba oil? anyone have... "

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tea tree oil (which I found effective in drying pimples) I'd...
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" ...Simple, effective, and besides the tea tree oil (which I found effective in drying pimples) I'd have to politely disagree ...of the other rec's. Something with BP or maybe salicylic acid would be best... "

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lydamicin gel (perscription only) This gel really helped m...
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" ...medications that have helped me: -Clydamicin gel (perscription only) This gel really helped me heal a cluster ...know others who hate it. Tea tree oil is available at any health... "

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weeks.You're using clindamycin though, you probably don't ne...
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" ...a few weeks. You're using clindamycin though, you probably don't need the tea tree oil; JayQ. Tea... "

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