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Adaferin Gel 0.1% is an effective gel to treat mild to moderate acne problems in individuals. It contains Adapalene as an active ingredient, a retinoid class of medication. The gel prevents acne formation, which appears as pimples, spots, blackheads, and whiteheads on the skin. It reduces the oil production of the skin and also reduces inflammation. So cleaning the blocked pores ultimately helps in treating these skin problems.
Adaferin Gel 0.1% consists of Adapalene, a retinoid class of medication. It combines with specific retinoic acid nuclear receptors and retinoid X receptors. But it does not combine with cytosolic receptor protein and increases cell turnover rate. By bringing a boost in this process, it results in new and unblemished skin formation. It replaces the old skin quickly and treats the symptoms effectively.
Adaferin gel 0.1% is for external use only. Use the medicine as exactly as your doctor has told you. Before applying the gel, wash your skin with mild soap and when it gets dry, apply a thin layer with your fingertips. It would help if you only used this gel after a doctor's prescription. Double dosing or applying a thick layer will not boost the recovery rate, so avoid such practices. But doing this can adversely affect the gel and cause peeling of the medicine. So remember that you do not disturb the dosage amount and apply it in a way directed to you by a medical expert.
You must avoid its exposure to the sun and cover the treated area with a cloth when stepping out. Use the gel regularly to treat the symptoms wholly and correctly. Do not forget to apply it unless your doctor tells you to stop using it for your symptoms.
These are some side effects that may appear during the use of Adaferin Gel 0.1%. Such adverse effects are common and can appear due to skin irritation when you use it for the first time. If you observe any severe reaction, please inform your doctor and stop using it. It may cause-
If you have a history of skin allergy or hypersensitivity to this gel's active ingredient, then do not use it. To ensure it, you can conduct a skin allergy test by applying it in a small amount and observing how you respond to it.
Please do not use this gel excessively, as it will not work for your condition faster. But doing this may increase the risk of side effects that this medical gel may cause.
Avoid using Adaferin gel 0.1% on wounds or cuts containing skin areas.
Let your doctor know if you are using any other ointment or skin product on your skin. Make sure that it does not contain any interaction with this gel, and follow your doctor's advice.
Avoid direct contact with Adaferin Gel 0.1% with your eyes, mouth, and other sensitive parts. In case of direct contact, rinse your eyes with normal water and seek a doctor's advice.
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