Note*- Discount Rates
- 2x - 04%
- 3x - 05%
- 4x - 10%
- 5x - 15%
- 6x - 21%
Adapelene Gel Adaferine is manufactured by Galderma. Adaferin gel 0.1% is used to treat acne and pimples faster along with reducing the acne spots. Belonging to the class of drugs called retinoid, it reduces blackhead and reproduces the skin faster.
Adaferin Gel 0.1% is used in the treatment of acne. It is manufactured by Galderma. It helps to heal the pimples faster and decreases the number of acne spots. It belongs to the class of drugs called retinoid. It reduces the formation of blackheads and helps to renew the skin faster.
The medicine is usually found in a cream form, and must not be applied to abrasions, cuts or sunburned skin. Avoid contact with eyes as it may cause redness and irritation. This gel may cause your skin to become easily sunburned, thus it is advisable to limit your time in the sun.
If a dose of Adaferin gel is missed, then apply the missed dose as soon as you remember. If it is almost the time for the next dose, then continue with the normal schedule. Don’t apply extra does to make up for the missed one.
Seek emergency medical help consult doctor immediately in the case of an overdose of this medicine.
Patients with eczema are not at all recommended to use this medicine due to severe irritation caused. Discuss with your doctor about all your medical conditions and medications you are already taking. Use this medicine only as per advised by the doctor
Take precautions while using Adaferin 0.1% gel in the patients with sunburnt skin due to increased risk of irritation on the skin. It is advised to avoid long exposure to sunlight and uses sunscreen or protective clothing during the treatment of this medicine.
This medicine is not at all recommended to be used by pregnant women unless absolutely necessary. If so, consult your doctor about the potential risks and benefits before using this medicine.
Breast-Feeding women should not use adaferin gel unless extremely necessary. Then too, this medicine should be used only after consulting the doctor about the risks and benefits of using it.