Arynoin Plus Gel

325.00

(1 customer review)

Arynoin contains two active ingredients; erythromycin (an antibiotic) that works by fighting the bacteria that cause acne, and Isotretinoin (which belongs to a family of medicines called retinoid, like vitamin A), which works by helping the skin so that blocked pores are less likely. This helps prevent spots.

Description

KEY INGREDIENTS

Isotretinoin + Erythromycin 5 Gram Gel (Isotretinoin 0.5mg) (Erythromycin 20mg) (0.05%w/w) (2%w/w)

DESCRIPTION

Arynoin contains two active ingredients; erythromycin (an antibiotic) that works by fighting the bacteria that cause acne, and Isotretinoin (which belongs to a family of medicines called retinoid, like vitamin A), which works by helping the skin so that blocked pores are less likely. This helps prevent spots.

BENEFITS

Arynoin is used to treat mild to moderate acne (spots). It helps to:

  • Fight the bacteria that can cause acne
  • treat existing blackheads, whiteheads, and spots
  • stop new blackheads, whiteheads, and spots from forming
  • lower the number of red, inflamed acne spots
  • make your skin less oily

PRECAUTIONS

  • You are allergic to erythromycin, Isotretinoin, or any of the other ingredients of this medicine.
  • You are pregnant
  • You are planning to pregnancy.
  • Arynoin is for use by adults and adolescents with acne. It is not for use by children under 12 years, as the safety and effectiveness are not known in this age group.

DIRECTIONS

  1. Completely remove any make-up.
  2. Wash your hands.
  3. Rinse the entire affected area of skin with warm water and a mild cleanser and gently pat dry.
  4. Apply a thin layer of gel on the entire affected area of skin, not just each spot, using your fingertips and smooth in.
  5. Take care not to apply too much Arynoin gel especially where it could run into the eyes, the angles of the nose, any skin folds, or other areas of the skin that do not require treatment.
  6. Wash your hands after using the gel.

PREGNANCY AND BREASTFEEDING WARNINGS

  • Isotretinoin is teratogenic, causes birth defects, and is Category X, meaning that there is no indication for its usage during pregnancy.
  • In addition, it should not be taken while nursing.
  • Patients should take 2 pregnancy tests before starting Isotretinoin and take a monthly pregnancy test while on the medication.

Very common side effects

These may affect more than 1 in 10 people:

Skin pain

Rash

Skin irritation

Redness of the skin

 

Skin dryness

Skin peeling or scaling

Skin burning sensation

Itchy skin

 

 

1 review for Arynoin Plus Gel

  1. Arbab Sikander (verified owner)

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