Peroclin Gel 5%
|Generic For||Duac Gel|
|Generic Name||Clindamycin 1% and Benzoyl Peroxide 5%|
Prepared for the treatment of acne, and prescribed to those who suffer from the condition, Peroclin gel is the leading products that do the right job. The gel is the combination of 1% clindamycin phosphate and 5% benzoyl peroxide. Both the ingredients have been shown to be very well absorbed by the skin and treat the root cause of acne. The topical combination has been mainstays in the treatment of acne vulgaris for the past two decades. The formulation is well tolerated and efficacious when it comes to improving the appearance of acne. The topical treatment was approved for once daily use. Anyone with inflammatory acne can be treated with Peroclin gel.
Clinical use of Peroclin 15 gm
The Peroclin gel is often prescribed by a dermatologist to treat acne vulgaris. This proven treatment works effectively when it comes to clearing up the problem with a single skin care product. Be kind to your skin and a product like Peroclin gel is exactly what you need. Clindamycin and benzoyl peroxide is a gel that acts as both an antibiotic and a peeling agent. This helps to not only destroy the bacteria causing acne but also peel off the dead skin cells that are responsible for causing redness, inflammation, and swelling of pimples.
Peroclin Gel Usage
Peroclin gel usage depends on the severity of the acne vulgaris, body weight, and other medical conditions. However, whenever you handle the medication, make sure you clean your hands and face and keep the oil free.
As with many medicated skin care products and treatments, there can be side effects. Although it's not necessary that everyone suffers from the side effects. Some unwanted response with the use of Peroclin gel may include skin peeling, and sensitivity to sunlight, itching, burning sensation, redness on the application of the product. You must know the fact; each person may react differently to medical treatment.
In terms of its effectiveness, Peroclin is considered as the highly recommended treatment for acne if this gel preparation is causing side effects, talk to your dermatologist. He/she can help you determine whether or not the combination medication is responsible for the problem.
It is important to tell the dermatologist you consult:
- If you have a history of any health conditions, or whether you smoke. For women, if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or want to become pregnant.
- If you are allergic to medications like clindamycin, benzoyl peroxide, or lincomycin.
- All the prescription and no prescription medication that you are taking, including vitamins, supplements.
Keep the gel in the refrigerator and do not freeze. Once you start using the formulation, keep it at the room temperature and away from children. Avoid over application of Clindozyl gel, if it happened, contact your dermatologist.
Once daily application of a topical treatment that combines two active anti-acne agents may well increase the patient compliance.