Water-based Supatret 0.04 Gel reduces excessive sebum production. Ideally, a spot application overnight is recommended for the time prescribed by your doctor. The amount you need and how long it will take will depend on what you are treating for. You must wash and dry the affected area before applying a thin layer of this medication. Follow your doctor’s instructions. You should not apply it on broken or broken skin, and avoid contact with your mouth, eyes and nose. It may take several weeks for your symptoms to improve, but keep using it regularly to get the most benefit. See your doctor again if you don’t see improvement after a few weeks. Using more of the medication or taking it more often than prescribed will not make it act faster and may increase side effects.
The most common side effects include skin irritation, dryness, and redness. They are usually mild and get better as your body gets used to the medication. Drink plenty of water and use a moisturizer as this can cause dry mouth, lips and eyes. Tell your doctor if these side effects bother you or do not go away. Serious side effects are rare with this medication.
This medication may make you more sensitive to sunlight, so you should limit your exposure to the sun if possible. This can make your skin more fragile. During treatment, it is not recommended to do wax (epilation) or laser procedures. Pregnant women or women who are planning to become pregnant should not use this medication as it can lead to birth defects.
USING SUPATRET GEL
ADVANTAGES OF SUPATRET GEL
Supatret 0.04 Water Based Gel is a form of Vitamin A. It helps treat acne by unclogging skin pores and preventing acne breakouts. It usually takes several weeks for a noticeable effect to occur, so keep using it even if it doesn’t seem to work. Sometimes acne can get worse before disappearing, however, with proper use, your skin will look cleaner. The sooner you start using it, the fewer scars you will have. This medication will help improve your mood and confidence as your skin gets rid of acne. It should not be used if you have eczema or skin that is sunburned.
SIDE EFFECTS OF SUPATRET GEL
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.
- Erythema (redness of the skin)
- Skin irritation
- Dry skin
- Dry lips
- Pale red skin
- Increased sensitivity to light
HOW TO USE SUPATRET GEL
This medication is for external use only. Use it for the dose and duration recommended by your doctor. Check the label for instructions before use. Clean and dry the affected area and apply the gel. Wash hands after application, unless hands are in the affected area.
- Clean the affected area with water and a non-medicated soap. Let it dry for 20-30 minutes before applying Supatret 0.04 Water Based Gel.
- This can make blemishes or pimples worse in the first few weeks of use. Continue to use it as directed by your doctor.
- It may cause a burning or warm sensation upon first use. Tell your doctor if this persists.
- Avoid sun exposure when using water-based Supatret 0.04 Gel, as it increases the sensitivity of your skin. Use protective measures such as sunscreen or protective clothing.
- Avoid facial waxing and laser treatments while using this medication as it makes your skin more fragile.
- Avoid taking tetracycline (such as doxycycline) as it can reduce the activity of Supatret 0.04 Aqueous Gel.
- Do not use Water-based Supatret 0.04 Gel if you are pregnant.
- Tell your doctor if your skin is excessively dry or tender.
HOW SUPATRET GEL WORKS
Supatret 0.04 Water-Based Gel is a form of Vitamin A. When applied to the skin, it reduces sebum production, repairs acne-prone skin and helps keep pores open.
Supatret 0.04 Water Based Gel may not be safe to use during pregnancy. Although human studies are limited, animal studies have shown harmful effects on a developing child. Your doctor will weigh the benefits and any potential risks before prescribing it for you. Check with your doctor.
- Alcohol – No interaction detected / not identified
- Pregnancy – Consult a Doctor
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