Adaferin Gel 0.1%

Adaferin Gel 0.1%
Adaferin Gel 0.1%
Active Ingredients
Generic Brand for
0.1% 15gm
Manufacture by
Galderma, France
Tube Pack
Pack Size Unit price Qty Gross Total
1 Tube $10.50 $10.50
3 Tube $8.50 $8.50
5 Tube $7.80 $7.80

Product Description

Adaferin Gel 0.1% ( Adaplene) - Uses

Adaferin Gel 0.1% is considered an effective gel that can treat mild to moderate acne problems. It contains Adapalene as an active ingredient that prevents the formation of acne which appears as pimples, spots, blackheads, and whiteheads on the skin. This gel reduces the oil production of the skin and reduces inflammation by cleaning the blocked pores completely.

How does it work?

Adaferin Gel 0.1% is consists of adapalene which is a retinoid that works by mechanistically combining with certain retinoic acid nuclear receptors and also with retinoids X receptors but it does not combine with cytosolic receptor protein and increases the rate of cell turn over. By bring a boost in this process, it results in new and unblemished skin formation which replaces the old skin quickly and treats the symptoms effectively.

Dosage Indication

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. You must use this gel after a doctor's prescription only, where double dosing or applying a thick layer will not work fastly but can bring the adverse effect of the gel, So do not disturb the dosage amount.

You must avoid its exposure to the sun, and cover the treated area with a cloth when you are stepping out. Use the gel regularly to treat the symptoms properly and completely. 

Side effects

Redness of the skin




Burning or stinging sensation


Worsen of acne

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