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|1 Tube/s||US$ 6.50||US$ 6.50|
|3 Tube/s||US$ 4.50||US$ 13.5031%US$ 19.50|
|6 Tube/s||US$ 3.67||US$ 22.0044%US$ 39.00|
Acnesol Gel 1% is a topical (applied on the skin) antibiotic drug that fights bacterial growth on the skin. It has the active ingredient clindamycin phosphate, which is prescribed for the treatment of severe acne. The medicine helps heal pimples by reducing skin inflammation and swelling. Clindamycin effectively decreases the formation of blackheads and helps to renew skin cells faster. The topical antibiotic reduces the number of bacteria that cause acne. The anti-inflammatory of the active ingredient makes pimples less swollen and reduces the redness. The treatment may take 4 to 6 weeks after starting the medicine.
Do not use Acnesol Gel 0.1% if you have a known allergy to Clindamycin or Lincomycin. Do not take Clindamycin Phosphate together with erythromycin. It may take several weeks for this medicine to show some visible effects. Keep using this medicine regularly as prescribed. Before using Clindamycin Phosphate, let your doctor know if you have kidney disease, liver disease, an intestinal disorder such as colitis or Crohn's disease, or a history of asthma, eczema, or allergic skin reaction. Although Clindamycin Phosphate is applied to the skin, it can get absorbed into the bloodstream and cause side effects. A common side effect of any antibiotic is diarrhea. Do not take diarrhea medicine without consulting your doctor. Clindamycin Phosphate is an FDA pregnancy category B drug. It is not expected to harm an unborn baby if used while being pregnant. This medicine can pass into breast milk and harm a nursing baby. You must consult your doctor before taking this medicine if you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant or breastfeeding.
All acne medications, including Acnesol gel 0.1%, can cause side effects. Fortunately, the side effects of topical clindamycin are not usually serious. The commonly reported complications associated with Clindamycin include dryness, minor peeling of the skin, or flakiness. The gel formulation may cause a stinging sensation when you apply to the affected area, and you might get some mild skin irritation. Topical medication may rarely cause serious side effects. Most people tolerate this topical medicine fairly well but do tell your dermatologist if any of these adverse reactions make you uncomfortable or persist for a longer duration. Painful burning, severe redness, and cracking of the skin should all be brought to your dermatologist’s attention. Although these side effects are very, do tell your health care specialist if you get diarrhea, a severe headache, bloody stool, or stomach cramps.