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My earlobes develop hard, crusty patches of skin and scabs and are sore. I’ve tried Bactroban. Do you have any advice?

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You may be suffering from a secondary fungal infection. This can usually be treated with topical antifungal cream, along with a topical hydrocortisone for the inflammatory component.

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