Co-cyprindiol (63 Tablets) and Finacea 15% Gel (30g)

£69.29

  • 3 month supply
  • Azelaic Acid, for treatment of papulopustular acne and papulopustular rosacea
  • Co-cyprindiol protects against pregnancy, treats and prevents acne
  • Effective generic oral contraceptive and topical gel

Co-cyprindiol is used to treat skin conditions such as acne, very oily skin and excessive hair growth in women of reproductive age.

Finacea 15% Gel contains the active substance azelaic acid and belongs to the group of anti-acne preparations for external use (on the skin).

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  • What Co-cyprindiol is what it is used for

    Co-cyprindiol contains an oestrogen and an anti-androgen. Co-cyprindiol is used to treat skin conditions such as acne, very oily skin and excessive hair growth in women of reproductive age. Due to its contraceptive properties, it should only be prescribed to you if your doctor considers that treatment with a hormonal contraceptive is appropriate. You should only take Co-cyprindiol if your skin condition has not improved after use of other anti-acne treatments, including topical treatments and antibiotics. Androgens are hormones that stimulate hair growth and the grease glands in your skin. If you produce too much androgen, or if you are sensitive to the effect, the grease glands may produce too much sebum. This can block the grease glands, which can become infected and inflamed causing acne spots. Co-cyprindiol stops the androgens affecting your skin and reduces the number of androgens produced. Read the patient information leaflet.

    What Finacea is and what it is used for

    Finacea 15% Gel contains the active substance azelaic acid and belongs to the group of anti-acne preparations for external use (on the skin). Finacea is for the relief of mild to moderate papulopustular acne of the face and the treatment of papulopustular rosacea. Papulopustular acne and rosacea are associated with inflamed papules and pustules. Read the patient information leaflet.