At the early stages of Rash on Face Treatment, you may not see immediate results, particularly if you do not follow instructions. Believe it or not, the instructions on the cream or treatment powder containers are optimized to give you the best results. Thus, if it says apply the cream to the rash twice a day, applying it four times a day will not make you heal twice as quickly, and may even have negative effects.
You should also not touch the rash. Many people unknowingly touch the rash periodically to check on it, or cover it with a bandage or their hand when in public. Though this may save some short term embarrassment, this is hindering your treatment. You must not further irritate your skin by touching or allowing other bacterium to get on the skin.
That said, if you follow the instructions perfectly and are seeing little results after the specified period of time, the treatment may not be appropriate. You may want to visit the doctor again and discuss the diagnosis and treatment plan thoroughly. For more details on Rash on Face Treatment, see: http://www.rashresource.com/rashes/rash-on-face/rash-on-face-treatment/
Good luck and happy healing!