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Onexton is a prescription acne medication that is used to reduce the severity of acne vulgaris. It is a cream that is applied topically directly onto the skin and it works for both inflammatory and non-inflammatory acne. Onexton is commonly prescribed for young people who are not reducing acne effectively with OTC acne creams. Results are most optimal when the medication is applied to clean facial skin regularly to clear excess oil build up. Onexton is PH-balanced for skin health and you can buy Onexton cream with a prescription at most pharmacies plus get a better Onexton price ordering your medication from Canada.
Wash your face gently with a mild cleanser and water, and then dry skin. Apply a pea-sized amount of Onexton cream onto 6 areas of your face on the chin, left cheek, right cheek, nose, left forehead, right forehead and gently rub the cream into your skin until fully absorbed. Finish by washing your hands with soap and water.
The active ingredients in Onexton are clindamycin phosphate and benzoyl peroxide.
Do not apply Onexton medicated acne cream to your face more than once a day. If you do not experience less severe acne, then speak to your doctor again.
Do not use Onexton if you have had an allergic reaction to clindamycin, benzoyl peroxide, or lincomycin.
Do not use Onexton if you have Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, had inflammation of the colon (colitis), or severe diarrhea with past antibiotic use.
Onexton should not be used with any other medication containing erythromycin.
Advise your doctor on all medications and supplements taken when discussing an effective acne treatment and before proceeding to buy Onexton cream.
Onexton side effects are uncommon, but some people may experience burning sensation, skin redness or swelling, itching, or rash.
If any Onexton side effects are severe or worsen you should discontinue use and visit your doctor to look at other acne treatment options.