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Uggesol

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Last reviewed: 11.04.2020
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The drug ugrezol belongs to the group of medicines used in the treatment of acne (acne). The active substance of the drug is benzoyl peroxide. Additional components: disodium edetate, carbopol 940, diisopropanolamine, water.

Indications Uggesol

Indications for the use of acupuncture: the drug is used to treat acne eruptions in adults and adolescents by rubbing into the skin.

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Release form

The preparation is issued in the form of a lotion, 1 milliliter of which contains 0.1 grams of benzoyl peroxide, and is a creamy mass of a white color with a slight odor of benzoyl peroxide.

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Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacodynamics ugresol: the benzoyl peroxide, which is part of the preparation, has antiseptic and keratolytic effect, dulls the reproduction of anaerobic bacteria in acne eruptions, clears pores.

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Pharmacokinetics

Pharmacokinetics of ugresol: the drug is absorbed into the skin, metabolized and converted to benzoic acid, in the form of which it is removed from the body with urine. About five percent of the drug is excreted in the urine unchanged.

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Use Uggesol during pregnancy

The use of charcoal during pregnancy is possible only after consulting a doctor in the absence of contraindications and an allergic reaction to benzoyl peroxide.

Contraindications

Contraindications to the use of ugresol include the hypersensitivity reaction to benzoyl peroxide.

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Side effects Uggesol

Side effects of acne: the drug can provoke irritative reactions from the skin, which are characterized by their redness, swelling, and also a feeling of itching and burning. Minor irritation can be eliminated by reducing the amount of application of the drug to once a day or using it once every two days. In case of excessive irritation of the skin, the use of charcoal should be interrupted.

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Dosing and administration

The way of application and the dose of the drug: charcoal is applied in a small layer on the affected areas of the skin and rubbed with massage movements. The skin should first be cleaned and dried. On the first day of use, the char assole is applied to the skin once, then, if necessary, two to three times a day. The maximum effect occurs two to three months after the start of the drug. The total duration of treatment is twelve weeks. The drug is contraindicated in the elderly. In case of a severe course of the disease, the charcoal can be combined with other anti-acne agents. Before use, the preparation should be shaken.

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Overdose

Overdosage of the drug charosol can cause the following symptoms:

  • Redness of the skin;
  • Burning and itching;
  • Puffiness and peeling of the skin;
  • Sensation of dry skin.

If the above symptoms occur, the skin should be lubricated with vegetable oil with a cotton or gauze swab. If the symptoms do not disappear for a long time or cause severe discomfort, you should seek help from a dermatologist. In some cases, to neutralize adverse reactions, it may be necessary to use external agents with a glucocorticosteroid content.

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Interactions with other drugs

The interaction of ugresol with other drugs for the elimination of acne can provoke a hypersensitivity reaction of the skin. Among them, preparations containing resorcinol, phenolic acid, sulfur, tritenoin, alcohol, including those used during or after shaving, as well as various cosmetics containing such components. Joint use of the drug ugresol with other medicines for the treatment of acne is possible only after consulting with a dermatologist.

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Storage conditions

Conditions for storage of salt minerals: the drug should be stored at room temperature outside the reach of children.

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Special instructions

When using the drug, it is necessary to avoid its penetration into the eyes, as well as on the mucous surfaces. The drug is able to discolor hair and eyebrows. Before using the saline, you should test for an allergic reaction, for this a small amount of lotion is applied to the area of the wrist or elbow.

If during forty-eight hours on these sites there were red spots, burning, skin peeling or itching, the drug should not be used.

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Shelf life

Shelf life is two years.

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Attention!

To simplify the perception of information, this instruction for use of the drug "Uggesol" translated and presented in a special form on the basis of the official instructions for medical use of the drug. Before use read the annotation that came directly to medicines.

Description provided for informational purposes and is not a guide to self-healing. The need for this drug, the purpose of the treatment regimen, methods and dose of the drug is determined solely by the attending physician. Self-medication is dangerous for your health.

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