FAQs ABOUT PUSTULEX GEL
What should I tell my doctor before using PUSTULEX GEL?
Before using PUSTULEX GEL inform your doctor if you are using other products including cosmetics or medicines applied to the skin, glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency, history of slate grey or blueish discoloration of skin, mucous membranes, lips and nail beds due to lack of sufficient oxygen in the blood (methemoglobinemia).
How should I use PUSTULEX GEL?
Use PUSTULEX GEL exactly as told by your doctor. PUSTULEX GEL is usually used on your affected skin twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening. Wash the areas of your skin where you apply the medicine. Gently pat your skin dry with a clean towel. Apply a thin layer of this medicine to the areas of your skin that have acne. A pea sized amount PUSTULEX GEL will usually be enough. Rub the medicine gently and completely.
What are the most common side effects of PUSTULEX GEL?
The most common side effects of PUSTULEX GEL are skin dryness, redness and oiliness/peeling of the skin. Consult your doctor if you experience any of the symptoms get worse.
How does PUSTULEX GEL work?
PUSTULEX GEL works as both anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory agent in the treatment of acne vulgaris. As an antibacterial agent, it works by inhibiting the synthesis of folic acid which is necessary for the growth of bacteria. Thus, stops the multiplication of bacteria. As an anti-inflammatory agent, it decreases inflammation and heals the breakout.
Can PUSTULEX GEL be used in pregnant and breast-feeding women?
PUSTULEX GEL should be used during pregnancy and breast-feeding only if advised by the doctor. Consult your doctor for advice before using the medicine if you are pregnant or breast-feeding mother.