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|US Brand Name||Brevoxyl|
|Generic Name||Benzoyl Peroxide|
Brevoxy Cream 4%
Brevoxyl cream 4% contains Benzoyl peroxide, an antibacterial agent that has been a first-line treatment for acne. In addition to its antibacterial effects, this topical therapy may also have anti-inflammatory effects that make it an effective formulation for acne lesions and pimples. It is best when it comes to fighting acne-causing bacteria. The topical formulation is superior in suppressing P. acnes resulting in decreased P.acne counts and improvement in a number of acne lesions when compared to other anti-acne preparations. It also stops new whiteheads, blackheads, and dark spots from forming. Brevoxyl cream may also be used in combination with topical or oral antibiotics to treat moderate to severe acne. The product is for adults and adolescents twelve years or older.
Uses of Brevoxyl cream
Brevoxyl cream 4% is beneficial in treating mild to moderate acne and demonstrate significant antibacterial properties. Benzoyl peroxide, the active ingredient of the medicine causes a significant reduction in the number of acne-causing bacteria and cause the skin to dry and peel. To make sure, it is the right treatment for you, and it is essential to consult a dermatologist.
Instructions on the application of Brevoxyl Cream
Before you start the topical treatment, carefully read the instructions given by your dermatologist. It will provide you with more information related to the usage of the product and provide you with a full list of side effects which you could experience while using the medicine. Usually, patients are advised to use Brevoxyl cream 4% once or twice daily. It is best to start with the lowest dose to minimize the risks of side effects. You should apply the cream 10 to 15 minutes after washing the affected area with a mild soap or a cleanser. Gently dry your skin with a wet towel and then start to apply the cream. Put a thin layer of the formulation all over your affected skin area. Use your fingertips to run the preparation into your skin. Make sure you apply on all over the area that has acne. If you notice mild burning, stop using it and talk to your dermatologist. As you apply the formulation, try to avoid getting it into your eyes mouth and nose. Do not apply to the area that is irritated or sore.
It may take up to 4 to 6 weeks to an improvement in the skin. Your dermatologist may ask to you Brevoxyl cream 4% for longer to see full effects. If your acne gets worse or you see no improvement after 6 to 8 weeks of continuous use, talk to your dermatologist. Do not stop using it without the permission of your skincare specialist.
Side Effects of Brevoxyl 4%
Skin reactions such as itching, irritation, peeling, of the skin, and redness may occur, especially during the initial weeks of the treatment. If any of these persist for a longer duration or troubles you, tell your dermatologist right away. To minimize the risk of side effects, use it in the same way as directed by your dermatologist.