Adiff Gel

Prescription Required
In stock

Unit Count: 15 gm in 1 tube

Drug Composition :

Adapalene 0.1 %W/W

Product TypeMedicine
ManufacturerIpca Laboratories Ltd
Country of OriginIndia

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Overview Adiff Gel is a medicine that is used to treat mild to moderate acne. It keeps tiny pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads from forming on the skin. It lowers excessive oil production in the skin, as well as inflammation and the cleaning of clogged pores. Adiff Gel is only for external use. You should always follow your doctor's instructions. Before applying, the affected region should be clean and dry. You must thoroughly wash your hands before and after using this medication. To get the most out of this treatment, it should be used on a daily basis. If you use more than you need, your condition will not improve faster, and some adverse effects may worsen. If Itching, skin redness, dry skin, skin burn, and skin peeling at the site of application are all common side effects. The majority of symptoms are transitory and typically go away with time. Please contact your doctor if these side effects persist for an extended period of time. Avoid getting the cream or ointment in your eyes. In the event of direct contact, immediately flush your eyes with water and seek medical treatment.
Benefits Acne Adiff Gel treats acne (also known as pimples) by lowering the production of excess oil in the skin, which causes acne. It normally takes a few weeks to observe a difference, so maintain using it even if it doesn't seem to be working. Acne can sometimes get worse before it gets better, but with appropriate care, your skin will clear up. The sooner you begin using it, the less likely you are to get scars. As your skin clears of acne, this medication will assist to improve your mood and boost your confidence.
  • Acne
Safety Advice
  • Adiff Gel may be dangerous to use when pregnant. Although there have been few human research, animal studies have revealed detrimental consequences on the growing baby. Before prescribing it to you, your doctor will consider the advantages as well as any potential hazards. Please consult your physician.
  • Adiff Gel is most likely safe to use while breastfeeding. According to the limited human data, the medication poses no major harm to the baby.
Side Effects
  • Erythema (skin redness)
  • Skin peeling due to dryness
  • Skin abrasion
  • Itching
How to Use This medication is solely for external use. Use it according to your doctor's instructions for dosage and duration. Before using, read the instructions on the label. After cleaning and drying the afflicted region, apply the gel. Unless your hands are the affected region, wash your hands after applying.
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