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D ACNE PLUS GEL contains Allantoin, Nicotinamide and Clindamycin which belongs to the group of medicines called Dermatologic agent, Vitamin B complex and Antibiotics. It is used to treat acne, skin infections caused due to bacteria and oily skin.
Before using D ACNE PLUS GEL, inform your doctor if you have any kidney, liver, heart, or lung diseases. In pregnant and breast-feeding women, D ACNE PLUS GEL should be used with caution.D ACNE PLUS GEL should not be used by children under the age of 12.
The most common side effects of D ACNE PLUS GEL are skin burning or itching, skin redness, oily skin, skin peeling, skin irritation, and an upset stomach. Contact your doctor if any of these worsen or don’t improve.
D ACNE PLUS GEL helps in the treatment of various skin conditions. Allantoin is a dermatological agent that stimulates wound healing and tissue repair by forming new cells. It also repairs dry, rough, scaly, and itchy skin by increasing the blood flow, forming new blood vessels, and increasing collagen production at the site of application.
Nicotinamide is a vitamin B complex that has an anti-inflammatory effect by blocking various substances that cause redness and swelling, as well as aiding in the reduction of sebum production.
Clindamycin is an Antibacterial agent which acts on the bacterial cell wall and interferes with its important life functions leading to its destruction. Together, they help in the treatment of various skin problems.
Always apply D ACNE PLUS GEL as directed by your physician. Clean and dry the affected area before the application. It is for external use only. Wash hands before and after the application D ACNE PLUS GEL. Do not apply D ACNE PLUS GEL on the skin surface that is cut, scraped, sunburned or eczema affected. Avoid applying this medicine around your eyes, including eyelids, nose, and mouth.
D ACNE PLUS GEL should be used with caution in pregnant women. Consult your doctor before using it.
D ACNE PLUS GEL should be used with caution in breast-feeding women. Consult your doctor before using it.
Do not use D ACNE PLUS GEL if you are allergic to Allantoin, Nicotinamide or Clindamycin or any ingredients of this medicine.
D ACNE PLUS GEL is not recommended for use in children below 12 years of age. Consult your doctor before using it.
Your doctor will prescribe the right dose of D ACNE PLUS GEL depending on your age, body weight and health condition. Consult your doctor before using it.
A. Drug-Drug Interaction:
Before using D ACNE PLUS GEL, inform your doctor if you are using, have used, or might use any other medicine, including prescription, non-prescription or any herbal medicine.
In case of overdosage or accidental ingestion of D ACNE PLUS GEL, consult your doctor or visit nearby hospital immediately.
|Drug||:||Allantoin, Nicotinamide, Clindamycin|
|Pharmacological Category||:||Dermatologic agent, Vitamin B complex, Antibiotic|
|Therapeutic Indication||:||Acne, Skin infections caused due to bacteria, Oily skin|
Q: What is D ACNE PLUS GEL and why is it prescribed?
A. D ACNE PLUS GEL contains allantoin, nicotinamide, and clindamycin, which belong to the group of medicines called dermatologic agents, vitamin B complexes, and antibiotics. It is used to treat acne, skin infections caused by bacteria, and oily skin.
Q: How many times does D ACNE PLUS GEL have to be applied?
A: Always apply D ACNE PLUS GEL as directed by your physician. Before applying, clean and pat dry the affected area.It is for external use only. Do not exceed the recommended usage, and make sure to use D ACNE PLUS GEL every day as recommended by your physician for better and faster results.
Q: Can I use another medicine with D ACNE PLUS GEL to treat my acne faster?
A: Using another medicine with D ACNE PLUS GEL i.e., using two medicines for treatment at a time may lead to unwanted results such as excess dryness, skin peeling, skin irritation, etc. In this case, only one medication should be used, or you must contact your doctor.
Q: Is D ACNE PLUS GEL safe to be used by children?
A: D ACNE PLUS GEL is not recommended for children under the age of 12. You must consult with your physician if your child is below 12 years of age.
Q: Is D ACNE PLUS GEL a spot treatment or does it have to be applied to the whole face?
A: D ACNE PLUS GEL is not a spot treatment and should not be used to treat a single pimple. D ACNE PLUS GEL should be applied to the entire face to treat your acne. Contact your doctor for further questions.
Q: Will D ACNE PLUS GEL be more effective if it is used more frequently?
A: No. Do not overuse D ACNE PLUS GEL as it can cause overabsorption and can lead to severe diarrhoea. Use D ACNE PLUS GEL as directed by your doctor.
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