Adiff Aqueous Gel 15gm
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Adiff 0.1 %W/W Description
Adiff Gel is a derivative of Vitamin A. It is used to treat mild to moderate acne. Adiff is also effective to reduce the redness and pain associated with pimples. It should not be used for children a
nd pregnant women. This Gel tends may cause a burning sensation, redness and dryness of the skin at the site of application. In case you feel any discomfort or notice any severe skin reaction contact the doctor immediately.
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|Side effects||Itching, redness, dryness, scaly skin, mild burning or worsening of acne|
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Uses of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
It is used to treat acne. It has an anti-inflammatory effect on reducing inflammation and pain.
Contraindications of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
If you are pregnant. If you are allergic to Adiff Gel or any other medicine of this Gel.
Side effects of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
Swelling of eyelids Itching Redness Dryness Scaly skin Mild burning or worsening of acne
Precautions and Warnings of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
Can I take Adiff Gel during pregnancy?
Adiff Gel should not be used during pregnancy as it can result in abnormalities in the unborn baby, especially in the first trimester.
Can I take Adiff Gel while breastfeeding?
It can be used by lactating mothers. However, it should not be applied to the breast or areas near the breast of breastfeeding mothers as there can be chances of ingestion by a breastfed infant. Avoid using it on large areas of skin or for a prolonged period.
Can I drive if I have consumed Adiff Gel?
It does not influence driving ability.
Can I consume alcohol with Adiff Gel?
There is no direct interaction between alcohol and Adiff Gel Gel. However, alcohol is known to worsen the infection and inflammation; it's better to avoid consuming alcohol when you are prescribed with this Gel.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You are suffering from a skin condition known as eczema, you experience irritation when you apply this medicine on skin.
- Your doctor may change the dose
- You have any cuts or wounds on skin do not apply this Gel on that area
Mode of Action of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
How Does It Work?
It acts by affecting the growth of cells and decreasing swelling and inflammation.
Directions for Use of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
Use this Adiff Gel as directed by your doctor for external use only. Wash your face before applying this Gel and make sure that the affected area is dry before applying. A thin layer of this Gel should be applied to the affected area. Eye and lips should be avoided. In case your eyes come in contact with this Gel, rinse your eyes with clean water immediately. Wash your hands before & after using this medicine....
Interactions of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
Interactions with other medicines
Adiff Gel is meant for local application on skin and thus is less likely to interact with other medicines taken orally. However, it may interact with other topically applied medicines or products. The use of Astringents of peeling agents together with this Gel can result in skin irritation. The use of products containing certain chemical substances like alpha hydroxy acids, glycolic acid, hair perming solutions, cleansers and scrubs can interfere with the effects of this Gel. Discuss with your doctor if you are already on another topical medicine....
Dosage of Adiff 0.1 %W/W
If you use this medicine in an excess amount your skin may feel irritated and red. You may call your doctor if you feel severe allergic reactions.
If you missed any application of this Gel, apply it as soon as you remember. If it's time for your next application, skip the missed application and continue with your regular schedule. Do not overapply this medicine to compensate for the missed application....
Dr. Mansi Savla
B. Pharm, PharmD
Dr. Ritu Budania
MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Can I apply any cream on my skin?
A: When you buy cosmetics, moisturizers or other skincare products, check for "non-comedogenic" or "non-acnegenic." Otherwise, these products may worsen your acne.
Q: What is Adiff Gel?
A: Adiff Gel is a derivative of Vitamin A. It is used to treat mild to moderate acne. It is also effective to reduce the redness and pain associated with pimples.
Q: How long should I use Adiff Gel?
A: For best results, it’s important to continue using Adiff Gel even after the skin looks clearer to help prevent future breakouts. With continued use, Adiff Gel will continue to clear redness and inflammations caused by acne; prevent blackheads and clogged pores and as a result, restore the skin’s texture and tone.
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