FAQs ABOUT BENZOACT SOAP
What is BENZOACT SOAP used for?
BENZOACT SOAP is used to treat acne (a skin condition that occurs due to the plugging of hair follicles with oil and dead skin cells, causing inflammation at the affected site). It is also used to soothe, cleanse, or nourish the skin. Consult your doctor before using.
Who should avoid using BENZOACT SOAP?
Do not use BENZOACT SOAP if you are allergic to Benzoyl peroxide or any other ingredients of this medicine. It should be used with caution in pregnant, breastfeeding women, children and adolescents below 12 years of age. Consult your doctor before using.
What are the side effects of BENZOACT SOAP?
The common side effects associated with the use of BENZOACT SOAP are local dryness, irritation, eczema (skin inflammation), redness, pain at the site of application, and itching. Consult your doctor if any of these above symptoms worsen with time.
How to use BENZOACT SOAP?
Use BENZOACT SOAP as advised by your physician. It is for external use only. Wet the skin and work up a lather with it, then wash the affected areas. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry the application area. Your doctor will decide the correct dose and duration depending on your age and disease condition.
When to stop using BENZOACT SOAP?
The duration of BENZOACT SOAP will depend on the time the condition takes to improve. After one month of using this medicine, you should see your doctor again who will decide the right duration for you depending upon your recovery.