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Brevoxyl 4% Cream
Brevoxyl 4% Cream can be used to treat mild-to-moderate acne. You can combine it with other acne treatments. It works by decreasing the number of acne-causing bacteria on the skin and causing it to dry and peel.
Side Effects Of Brevoxyl 4% Cream
- Tingly feeling
- Mild burning
- Before applying, wash and dry your skin.
- Use a thin layer to cover the affected area and gently rub it.
- Cover the wound with a bandage.
Contraindications Of Brevoxyl 4% Cream
- ulcerative colitis
- large or small intestine disease (disease)
- or patients with a history of chronic regional enteritis (disease) should not take this medicine.
- Brevoxyl contains Benzoyl Peroxide.
- This medicine is part of the group known as antibiotics.
- Brevoxyl 40g is effective in reducing acne-causing bacteria.
- Brevoxyl 40g can also reduce dryness and peeling.
- After 4 weeks, Brevoxyl 40g showed positive results.
- Brevoxyl 40g may be used for up to 2 months.
How To Use
- Before you use this product, and every time you refill it, make sure you read the Patient Information Leaflet.
- Ask your pharmacist or doctor if you have any questions.
- Make sure you have tested positive for allergies before using this product to treat your first time.
- Apply a small amount to one or two areas of your acne for three days.
- You should immediately stop using this product if you experience an allergic response.
- (See the Side Effects section for more information about the symptoms of an allergic reactions).
- You can still use the product if you do not have an allergic reaction.
- Many benzoyl-peroxide products are available.
- Many of these products can be bought without the need for a prescription.
- Some products, such as creams, cleansers foams, lotions, and foams, may require a prescription.
- Talk to your pharmacist or doctor about the best product for you.
- You must read and follow the instructions on the package if you use the over-the-counter medication to treat yourself.
- Ask your pharmacist if you have any questions.
- Use the medication as prescribed by your doctor.
- Use extra caution when applying the product to the eye or mouth.
- Avoid any contact with the eyes and mouth.