FAQs ABOUT TRUDERMA FACE WASH
Q: Can Truderma Face Wash be used by adolescents?
A: Children and adolescents younger than 18 years of age should not use Truderma Face Wash if they have chicken pox, flu or any undiagnosed illness or if they have recently received a vaccine. Consult your doctor for advice.
Q: How to use Truderma Face Wash?
A: Use Truderma Face Wash exactly as advised by your doctor. It is for external use only. Wet your face and take a small amount of Truderma Face Wash on your palm and apply on the face. Gently massage on your face in a circular motion. Rinse off thoroughly with water and pat dry. Use twice daily to get clean, clear, and beautiful skin. Avoid contact with your eyes.
Q: Is Truderma Face Wash dermatologically tested?
A: Truderma Face Wash is a dermatologically tested sulfate free, paraben free, non-comedogenic, and non-irritating face wash that is used to get a clean, clear and beautiful skin.
Q: What if I accidentally swallow some of Truderma Face Wash?
A: If you or anyone else accidentally swallow Truderma Face Wash, see your doctor immediately or go to your nearest hospital. Take the face wash with you for the doctor to know what you’ve ingested.
Q: Can Truderma Face Wash cause burning of skin?
A: Truderma Face Wash contains salicylic acid that may cause burning, redness, and peeling skin near the treated area. If any of these symptoms persist or get worse, contact your doctor promptly.