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We present a couple of cases of cutaneous adverse drug reactions (CADRs) which occurred of late in our premises and were attributed to inappropriate use of OTC medications due to the fallacious prescribing by shop owners. The first case is an urban middle class middle-aged house-wife presented with significant cosmetic problems including hypopigmentation and telangiectasia over her face, along with patchy hypopigmentation over elbow. In the second case, an urban middle-aged man was prescribeddoi:10.5958/2393-9087.2015.00010.2 fatcat:5p3xfx7frrhp5l32okmyj743mm