Metrocream for rosacea
Chemical Name METRONIDAZOLE (me-troe-NI-da-zole)
This medication is used on the skin to treat a disease called acne rosacea, a skin disorder common in adults. It works to decrease redness, swelling and therefore the numerous pimples caused by acne rosacea.
This medication is an antibiotic. For the treatment of acne rosacea, metronidazole is believed to work efficiently by decreasing swelling. With the Metocream 0.75%, you can get rid of the skin disorder.
You can purchase the Metocream 0.75 cream online from Canada Pharmacy. The product will be delivered right to your doorstep without any hassle.
The white, smooth, emollient cream contains metronidazole 0.75%.
Inactive ingredients include radical alcohol, emulsifying wax, glycerin, isopropyl palmitate, carboxylic acid and caustic soda, pure water, and sorbitol resolution.
Metocream for rosacea is solely for the skin. Wash and dry your hands before and after applying this medication. Wash and dry the area to be treated. Wait for a quarter-hour, and then apply a thin layer of medication typically once or twice daily, or as directed by your doctor. Wait five minutes before applying cosmetics.
Avoid applying this medication around the eyes, unless directed by your doctor. Your eyes could start to water and irritability could occur if this medication is applied near the eyes. Avoid getting this medication in your eyes. If this happens, rinse your eyes with cold water.
It may take at least 3 weeks of continued used before any improvement is seen, and it may take up to 9 weeks for full results. If no improvement is seen in 3 weeks, consult your healthcare professional.
Store Metrocream at room temperature.
Keep all medicine in a safe place and out of the reach of kids.
These factors may affect you while you use this medication:
- Blood disorders
- Sun exposure
- Irritation of eye
- Skin irritation
Also, inform your doctor:
- If you are pregnant
- If you are breastfeeding
The side effects of Metrocream are:
- Cold symptoms
- Difficulty in breathing
- Swelling of face, lips, tongue or throat
- Metallic taste in your mouth
- Numbness in your hands or feet
- Runny nose
- Scaly skin
- Skin irritation
- Sore throat
- Vaginal discharge
Product Code: 1646
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