Acnecide Topical Aqueous gel, 30g

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Get rapid, soothing relief from embarrassing Acne with Acnecide Topical Aqueous gel A fast acting anti-acne treatment. Get on with your day without the unsightly rash. Treat acne of the face,chest or back with this gel.

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Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel

Acnecide topical aqueous gel is used to treat acne that appears as blackheads and whiteheads which are often referred to as pimples or spots. Each tube contains the active ingredient called benzoyl peroxide which attacks a specific bacteria that is responsible for acne called Propionibacterium.

The face, chest or back can be treated using Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel.

Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g

Before using Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g you should know the following:

  • Do not use Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g if you are allergic to benzoyl peroxide or any of the other ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.
  • Avoid using Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g around the eyes, mouth, angles of the nose. If accidental contact should be made, rinse the affected area thoroughly with warm water.
  • It should not be applied to damaged skin.
  • Use of Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g should be discontinued if it causes swelling or blistering of the skin.
  • When applying to the neck or other sensitive areas, caution should be exercised.
  • Repeated exposure to sunlight or UV light should be avoided.

Acnecide Aqueous Gel

Before using or being prescribed Acnecide Aqueous Gel you should tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are currently taking other medications;

  • Medicines that cause peeling, irritant or drying effects should not be used with Acnecide Aqueous Gel
  • Other acne medications that are applied to the skin should not be used with Acnecide Aqueous Gel. This can change if your doctor has told you to do so.

Benzoyl Peroxide – Drug Interactions

Acnecide Gel

If you are pregnant or currently breastfeeding and are considering using Acnecide Gel:

You should not use Acnecide Gel if you are pregnant, think you’re pregnant or are currently breastfeeding, unless told so by your doctor. If your doctor has told you to use Acnecide Gel whilst you are breastfeeding, it should not be applied onto your chest. This will ensure that the child is not exposed to Acnecide Gel.

Acnecide Gel 30g

Like with all medicine, Acnecide Gel 30g Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Acnecide Gel 30g side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.

Below is a list of Acnecide Gel 30g Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.

Tell your doctor immediately if you develop a severe allergic reaction:

  • Raised and itchy rash
  • Swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or mouth
  • Having difficulty breathing
  • Fainting

Very Common Acnecide Gel 30g Side Effects

  • Dry skin
  • Skin redness
  • Peeling of the skin
  • Burning sensation of the skin

Common

  • Itching of the skin
  • Pain of the skin
  • Skin irritation

Uncommon

  • Allergic contact dermatitis

All of the above symptoms are usually reversible if treatment is reduced in frequency or discontinued entirely.

Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g

The main ingredient of Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g is called Benzoyl peroxide and is sold in various different formulas.

Firstly, Benzoyl peroxide is sometimes mixed with another ingredient called potassium hydroxyquinoline sulfate. It’s sold at pharmacies under the name of Quinoderm cream and is an antimicrobial that kills any micro-organisms found on the skin.

Secondly, some Benzoyl peroxide products are only available on prescription. This is because alongside containing Benzoyl peroxide, they contain other ingredients such as antibiotics.

Lastly, many of the popular skin care brands contain Benzoyl peroxide but only in lower strengths. Some of these brand names include Clearasil, Neutrogena and Clean & Clear.

Benzoyl Peroxide – NHS Website

Acnecide Gel P Pack Topical Aqueous Gel 5

This will be a guide on how to use and apply Acnecide Gel P Pack Topical Aqueous Gel 5. If your doctor has told you specific instructions, ignore the guide on this page and follow their specific instructions.

Acnecide Gel P Pack Topical Aqueous Gel 5 is for external use only.

  • The affected area should be washed before applying the gel. Use a mild skin cleanser and water, gently patting the skin dry.
  • A thin layer of the gel should be applied once or twice a day to the affected areas.
  • Apply the gel before going to bed if you have sensitive skin.
  • If you experience any skin drying or peeling, you may need to alter the amount of times it’s applied until your skin adjusts to Acnecide Gel P Pack Topical Aqueous Gel 5.

Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g 5 Benzoyl Peroxide

If you use more Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g 5 Benzoyl Peroxide than you should, your skin may become irritated causing itching, peeling, redness etc. If this is the case, wash as much off as you can, and once the irritation has cleared up, continue using Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g 5 Benzoyl Peroxide again as directed.

Should you happen to accidently swallow any Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 30g 5 Benzoyl Peroxide you should immediately seek medical help and advice.

Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 5 30g

To store Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 5 30g do the following:

  • Keep Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 5 30g out of the sight of children.
  • This medicine should not be used after the expiry date. The date on the tube refers to the last day of that month.
  • Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel 5 30g should not be stored above 25° and should never be frozen.
  • The tube should be stored away from any direct heat.

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Acnecide Wash And Gel

Acnecide Wash And Gel are the two ways Acnecide can be purchased, each contain 5% benzoyl peroxide. The main difference between Acnecide Wash And Gel are the way it’s applied; one is intended to be applied and left on the face, i.e. the gel, whilst the wash is intended to be kept on the face and washed off after one or two minutes.

You should ask any further questions about Acnecide Wash And Gel to your doctor or pharmacist.

Acnecide Wash Vs Gel

When choosing between Acnecide Wash Vs Gel your choice may depend on whether or not you have sensitive skin. Because the gel has to be left on the skin, long exposure to acnecide gel may cause irritation in people with sensitive skin.

Using acnecide wash on the other hand, you only have to apply it to the skin for two minutes before washing it off with water.

You should tell your doctor if you have a history of sensitive skin before deciding between Acnecide Wash Vs Gel.

Can I Use Acnecide Wash And Gel

A common question we are asked is “Can I use Acnecide wash and gel?”

Other medicines that may cause peeling, irritation or drying effects of the skin should not be used at the same time as Acnecide gel or wash. This includes other acnecide products containing benzoyl peroxide.

So to answer the question “Can I use Acnecide wash and gel together?” is no, unless under supervision from your doctor.

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Dosage (Acnecide Topical Aqueous Gel)

For external use only.

Avoid contact with the eyes.

Adults and children:

Clean the skin and dry before application. Apply in a thin layer of Acnecide Topical Aqueous gel once or twice daily or as directed to the affected areas. Persons with sensitive skin should be directed to apply the gel once daily before going to bed. Lastly, the extent of any drying or peeling may be adjusted by modifying the dosage schedule.

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Side Effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

If your skin becomes severely irritated, or severe redness, itching or peeling of the skin occurs, or you experience face swelling, discontinue use immediately and consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Tell your doctor immediately if you develop a severe allergic reaction:

Signs of severe allergic reactions may include:

Raised and itchy rash (hives)
Swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue or mouth (angioedema), having difficulty in breathing
Fainting
Acnecide may cause the following side effects:

Very common: may affect more than 1 in 10 people

Dry skin
Skin redness
Peeling of the skin
Burning sensation of the skin
Common: may affect up to 1 in 10 people

Itching of the skin (pruritus)
Pain of the skin (pain, stinging)
Skin irritation (irritant contact dermatitis)
Uncommon: may affect up to 1 in 100 people

Allergic contact dermatitis

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