Does Ocuflox (ofloxacin opthalmic solution) 0.3% cause or cure acne? Ocuflox reviews.

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  1. I recently had Lasik and was prescribed generic 3% ofloxacin drops for my eyes dosage was 1 drop per eye 4x daily. Along with prednisone eye drops in the same dosage. I used both medications in this dosage for 1 week following surgery. Additionally I was told not to wash my face or allow water on my face in the shower for 1 weeks time. I did use witch hazel cleansing pads several times on my face during this week. By the end of the week, my recently diagnosed mild adult acne hormonal rosacea was non existent. Deep pustules that had never come to a head and had lingered on my cheeks for weeks were completely cleared. I was amazed by the results and thought it may either be that I was to vigorous in washing my face prior to LASIK, or that the eyedrops were powerful enough that the excess that rolled down onto my cheeks as tears from my eyes cleared my skin. I was curious enough to web search ofloxacin as a topical treatment for acne or rosacea and came up with very little except for this discussion board for which I seem to be the first entry. What other info can you share with me. I must not be the first to have this result as this topic has been thought of enough to have a discussion board open to it.??? Please share any additional info! I have been much less vigorous in cleansing my face and am now 10 days post discontinuation of the eye drips. My rosacea does not yet seem to be returning. I will post again if I notice any changes. Should my rosacea return, I have thought of requesting a prescription for ofloxacin eye drops from my dermatologist and trying my own personal study by applying them topically to my skin. Should I try this I will share my results as well.

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