Panoxyl topical for acne treatment

General Overview

Panoxyl is a particular brand of the generic benzoyl peroxide (BPO), which is an organic substance in the peroxide group. It is comprised of two benzoyl parts connected by a peroxide bond. It is a standout among the most essential natural peroxides regarding its applications and the size of its production. Benzoyl peroxide is used as an acne treatment and apart from that for dying flour, hair and teeth, for cross-connecting polyester resins, and for some different purposes.

It is on the World Health Organization’s List of Essential Medicines, the most imperative drugs required in a fundamental health system. Among many brands used in USA, Panoxyl dominates in the field of topical acne treatment of benzoyl peroxide.

panoxylInstructions to use Panoxyl

Follow the Patient Information guide if accessible from your pharmacist before you begin using Panoxyl and every time you get a refill. On the off chance that you have any inquiries, ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Before using this item for the first time, check if you are allergic to it. To check, put a little amount on maybe a couple little zones of acne for three days. In the event that you have an allergic response, quit using this item and get medical attention immediately (see the side effects of an allergic response in the Side Effects section). In the event that you don’t have an allergic response, you can go on using Panoxyl.

There are numerous benzoyl peroxide products accessible. Most can be used without a prescription. A few items, (for example creams, lotions and cleansers) may require a prescription. Seek counsel with your doctor or pharmacist on the decision of the item that is best for you. In the event that you are using the over-the-counter item to self-treat, read and take after all direction on the item before using this drug. On the chance that you have any inquiries, ask your pharmacist. If your doctor has endorsed this prescription, use it as directed. A few medications require shaking before use. Check your product label to know if your medication should be shaken.

Abstain from getting this solution inside your nose or mouth, or on any place of exposed skin other than the affected area, since it may bring about disturbance. In the event that this happens, flush the area with water. Benzoyl peroxide which is the main constituent in Panoxyl may fade hair or fabrics. Use carefully, and keep away from contact with hair, clothing, and furniture.

Panoxyl is offered in various forms, such as a spot treatment, cleansing bar, foaming wash, and creamy wash. These all included different percentages of the active ingredient. Apply Panoxyl to the areas of your skin influenced by acne.

If you are using any of the various face wash options, wet your face before applying. Apply the recommended amount into your hands and lather. Apply to your face and neck appropriately, ensuring to cover the affected areas in particular. Rinse thoroughly with cold or warm water. Pat dry. If you are using the topical gel, apply to a particular trouble spot using a Q-tip. Allow to dry and leave over night.

If you are using the Panoxyl pads or sponges, wash the influenced skin with a mild cleanser, and then pat dry. Wipe the cushion or wipe delicately onto the skin to apply the medication, normally once or twice a day as prescribed. The dose depends on your medical condition and reaction to treatment. Change in acne is typically seen following 3 weeks of use and considerable results following 8-12 weeks of usage. Do not use more than recommended. Your condition won’t enhance any quicker, and your danger of poor reactions will elevate. On the off chance that your condition continues or worsens, or in the event that you think you may have a serious medical issue while using Panoxyl, meet a dermatologist as soon as possible.

What are the possible side effects of Panoxyl?

Skin responses like peeling, bothering, itching and reddening may occur, particularly toward the beginning of treatment. In the event that any of these effects endure or exacerbate, tell your doctor or pharmacist immediately. You may need to apply less of the medication or use it less frequently. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist for more details.

An intense allergic response to this medication is uncommon. Seek medical help immediately on the off chance that you see any side effects of a serious allergic response, including: rash, itching/swelling (particularly of the face/tongue/throat), dizziness and breathing issues. This is not a complete rundown of conceivable symptoms. If you experience different symptoms not listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

What are the precautions to be taken when using Panoxyl?

Before using Panoxyl, inform your doctor or pharmacist of any allergies you have. Panoxyl may contain inactive substances, (for example, perfumes), which can bring about allergic responses or different issues. Talk with your pharmacist for more points of interest. Before using Panoxyl, tell your doctor or pharmacist your medical history. Panoxyl may make you more sensitive to the sun. Keep away from exposure to sun as much as you can. Use a sunscreen and wear covered garments when outside.

During pregnancy, this prescription ought to be avoided as, long term side effects caused to the fetus are unknown.. Discuss the dangers and advantages with your doctor. It is not known whether this medication goes into breast milk. Talk to your doctor before breast feeding.

What are the possible interactions with Panoxyl?

Drug interactions may change how Panoxyl functions or put you at risk for other side effects. Keep a list of all the medical products you use (counting medicine/nonprescription medications and herbals) and discuss it with your doctor and pharmacist. Try not to start, stop, or change the dose of any prescriptions without your doctor’s advice. A product that may interfere mostly with Panoxyl is dapsone which is another topical treatment.

What if I overdose?

Panoxyl may be harmful if swallowed. If you swallow or an overdose is suspected, contact a poison control center immediately.

What if I miss a dose?

If you are using a spot treatment and forget to apply it during your regular routine, apply when you remember. If the time is near when you would regularly apply it, don’t double the dose. Simply apply it at a regular time and skip the missed dose. Same with the face wash – if you’re close to the time you need to wash your face again, don’t do it twice. Using too much product won’t speed up the results and may worsen the results.

How should I store Panoxyl

Store Panoxyl at room temperature far from light and moisture and check the storage data in the label of this product for the precise temperature range. In the event that you have any inquiries regarding storage, ask your pharmacist. Try not to store in the bathroom. Keep Panoxyl away from kids and pets. Try not to flush Panoxyl down the toilet or pour them into a drain unless directed. Properly dispose of this product when it is expired.