FAQs ABOUT CLINCENT A
Can CLINCENT A be used to treat scars on the skin?
Yes. Adapalene is a kind of vitamin A that reduces swelling and inflammation while also treating acne scars. Azithromycin is used to treat infections that cause skin infections to worsen.
Can CLINCENT A result in skin peeling?
Yes. Dryness of the skin, burning, itching, redness of the skin, skin irritation, scaling, and possibly peeling of the skin are all possible side effects of using this medicine.
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Yes. Your skin may get dry as a result of taking this medication. Maintain hydration and use the moisturiser that your doctor has prescribed.
How long can I use CLINCENT A?
Use CLINCENT A as advised by your doctor. Generally, it’s recommended for use depending on the severity of the existing skin condition.
Can I stop using CLINCENT A on my own?
No. It is not recommended to stop using CLINCENT A on your own as it may worsen the existing skin condition. Consult your doctor for advice.