A keratolytic drug is a salicylic acid. By getting under the skin and eliminating the bacteria that cause acne, it relieves zits (acne). Additionally, it lessens skin oil production, hydrates skin that is prone to acne and maintains open pores.
Skin irritation, Hypersensitivity, Dry skin, Erythema (skin redness)
Only apply salicylic acid on your skin. Avoid getting it in your eyes, on your eyelids, lips, mouth, or inside of your nose. If the medication gets on any of these, you should immediately wash the area with water. Salicylic acid should not be used to open wounds, deteriorated skin, or scraped skin. Use salicylic acid with caution on delicate skin, such as the neck. Your skin may become more vulnerable to the damaging effects of sunlight if you use salicylic acid on it. Therefore, stay away from sunlamps and sunbeds and limit your time in the sun. When using salicylic acid, you should use sunscreen and wear protective gear.
You need to take off all of your makeup. Wash your hands, then gently pat dry the affected area. Using your fingertips, apply a thin layer of salicylic acid lotion to the afflicted skin. Not just each spot, but the entire acne-affected area, should be treated. Wash your hands thoroughly with water after using.