Azelaic Acid Cream Aziderm 10%

Aziderm 10% Cream is a topical medicine used to treat acne (pimples). It effectively relieves symptoms such as lumps, redness and swelling associated with various forms of acne by killing acne-causing bacteria.



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Azelaic acid is used to treat mild to moderate acne, both comedonal and inflammatory. It belongs to a class of drugs called dicarboxylic acids. It works by killing acne bacteria that attack the pores of the skin. It also reduces the production of keratin, a natural substance that promotes the growth of acne bacteria. Azelaic acid is also used as a topical gel for the treatment of rosacea due to its ability to reduce inflammation. It removes bumps and swelling caused by rosacea. The mechanism of action is thought to be by inhibiting the activity of a hyperactive protease that converts cathelicidin to the antimicrobial skin peptide LL-37. Azelaic acid has been used to treat skin pigmentation, including melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, especially in people with darker skin types. It is recommended as an alternative to hydroquinone (HQ). As a tyrosinase inhibitor, azelaic acid reduces melanin synthesis.

Aziderm 10% cream is for external use only. You should always use it exactly as your doctor tells you. The affected area must be clean and dry before application. You must wash your hands thoroughly before and after using this medication. This medication should be used regularly to get the most benefit from it. Do not use more than you need to, as this will not help you get rid of your condition faster and some of the side effects may worsen. If your condition persists for more than four weeks or worsens at any time, tell your doctor. You can help this medicine work better by keeping the affected areas clean.

Aziderm 10% cream has several potential side effects, but not all. These can include reactions at the site of application such as burning, irritation, itching, and redness. Serious allergic reactions to this drug are rare, but tell your doctor if you are concerned about the side effects or if they persist. Be sure to read the instructions that came with the medicine. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of accidental contact, rinse eyes thoroughly with water.

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant, you should consult your doctor before using this medication, as it can cause side effects that could be harmful to a developing baby.




With acne

Aziderm 10% cream treats acne commonly called pimples. It kills acne causing bacteria and prevents acne breakouts. It usually takes several weeks to get a noticeable effect, so keep using it even if it doesn’t seem to work. Sometimes acne can get worse before it gets better, however, with proper use, your skin will look cleaner. The sooner you start using it, the less scars you will have. This medication will help improve your mood and confidence as your skin gets rid of acne. It cannot be used for eczema or burned skin.


Most side effects do not require medical attention and go away when your body gets used to the medication. Check with your doctor if they persist or if you are worried about them. Reactions at the site of application: burning, irritation, itching and redness.


This medication is for external use only. Use for the dose and duration recommended by your doctor. Check the label for instructions before use. Cleanse and dry the affected area and apply cream. Wash your hands after application, unless hands are in the affected area.


Azelaic acid kills acne causing bacteria and reduces inflammation (redness and swelling) of the skin.


  • Alcohol – No interaction detected / not identified
  • Pregnancy – Aziderm 10% Cream is considered safe to use during pregnancy. Animal studies have shown little or no adverse effects on the developing child; however, the number of human studies is limited.
  • Breastfeeding – Aziderm 10% Cream is probably safe to use while breastfeeding. Limited human data suggest that the drug does not pose a significant risk to the child.
  • Driving – No interaction detected / not established
  • Kidney – No interaction detected / not established
  • Liver – No interaction detected / not established


If you miss a dose of Aziderm 10% Cream, skip it and continue taking as usual. Don’t double your dose.


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