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Nicotinamide Gel

Nicotinamide gel is used to treat acne with its anti-inflammatory properties. It is also known as Niacinamide. Apply this gel over the spots twice a day. Before applying it, wash the affected region with soap and water. If the skin becomes irritated, use it in less quantity until the skin recovers.

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Kindly give instructions to use Nicotinamide gel.

Query: Hi doctor, I have the acne problem. My doctor prescribed me to use Nicotinamide gel. Should I wash my face immediately after using Nicotinamide gel? Please explain.  Read Full »

Dr. Gaurang Gupta

Answer: Hello, Welcome to It is recommended that you use Nicotinamide gel twice each day. If your skin becomes irritated or dry, then you can reduce the number of times, and use it to once daily, or even on alternate days only. The general point is that you should apply the gel to all of the ar...  Read Full »

How to get rid of pus-filled red spots on my face?

Query: Hello doctor, I have extremely oily skin with large pores, and I have a large wrinkle on my forehead. I also have lots of red spots with pus.  Read Full »

Dr. Suvash Sahu

Answer: Hi,Welcome to have seen your query and understood your concern.It seems you have acne and acne scarring in the form of pores.I would suggest you try using the following:Faceclin gel (Clindamycin and Nicotinamide), apply during the day over the pimples.Microbenz (Benzoyl peroxide) 3....  Read Full »

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