Brevoxyl Cream 4%
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|Generic Name||Benzoyl Peroxide|
|Manufacturer||Torent Pharma, India|
Brevoxyl Cream 4%
Brevoxyl is one of the best options for treating acne vulgaris. Its application effectively works on inflammatory lesions. 4% of benzoyl peroxide is used as the active ingredient in Brevoxyl, it is a water-based cream that metabolizes into the skin to treat mild to moderate acne condition. Benzoyl peroxide has anti-bacterial properties, and this cream belongs to a keratolytic class of agents. Its medicinal properties work by fighting skin bacteria.
How to Use (Infographics and Instruction) Brevoxyl Cream?
Brevoxyl is often prescribed in combination with oral antibiotics to treat moderate to severe acne types. It helps to reduce skin germs and bacteria that causes acne, the cream also reduces pimple spots, make skin less oil, stop sebum secretion of blackheads and whiteheads.
Use Brevoxyl cream 4% if your dermatologist prescribes. Use it once daily, preferably before going to bed. You can gradually increase the application twice daily when your skin starts adjusting with the medicines. Apply the cream to cover the affected area of the skin. Apply a thin layer equally and rub it until it gets observed by the skin. Take a smaller amount of the cream to avoid a reaction. You may notice a skin redness or peeling in initial few days of the application of this cream, don't get panic, it's a common method when your skin starts accepting this cream but if the condition persists longer than you can reduce the application or discontinue it for few days until the irritation disappears. Start applying it again once skin irritation goes away. You may start seeing a signification reduction in the number of acne and pimples in just 4 to 6 weeks of regular application. Talk to your dermatologist if you don't find any result even after using this product in 6 to 8 weeks time.
Precautions (Things to Remember, Warning, Allergy)
Applying Brevoxyl cream 4% is not recommended if you are pregnant or a breastfeeding mother, try only if your skincare specialist advises. This cream may cause skin redness, skin peeling, and skin irritation. It should be used in patients who have dry skin.
This cream is for external use only, apply the formulation on the affected area as recommended.
Side Effects of Brevoxyl Cream 4%
Like any other anti-acne medicines, Brevoxyl cream 4% may also cause some side effects. Skin reactions like peeling, redness, dryness, burning sensation, or itching are some of the common side effects of Brevoxyl cream. These signs generally go away its own in few days, but if it does not or get worsen do contact your dermatologist.
The serious allergic reaction to this drug is very rare. Intolerable itching, swelling (on face, throat), trouble in breathing, severe dizziness are some of the serious side effects.