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Veltin gel is a prescription acne treatment medication that works much more effectively than the average OTC acne cream when it comes to reducing the severity of acne and keeping facial skin free from blemishes. Tretinoin, an active ingredient in Veltin, is a form of Vitamin A that slows the production of oil from sebaceous glands in the skin. This will result in less acne, and skin becomes clearer. Using Veltin cream also promotes the skin healing itself more efficiently, meaning existing acne will clear up more quickly as well. Acne is common in young people, but this new Veltin acne treatment does a much better job at getting rid of acne.
You can buy Veltin gel with a prescription at most pharmacies, and always get the best price on the product when your order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Apply Veltin cream or gel in the evening once a day.
Gently rub the medication to lightly cover the entire acne affected area. Only a small amount of the medication is needed for each application. The size of a pea in your hand is a good guideline.
The active ingredients in Veltin are Clindamycin and Tretinoin.
Ages 12 and up.
Veltin Gel is contraindicated in patients with regional enteritis, ulcerative colitis, or history of antibiotic-associated colitis.
For topical use on skin only. Not for oral, ophthalmic, or intravaginal use. Keep product away from eyes, lips, and mucous membranes.
Users should avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight (including tanning beds) while using Veltin gel. For individuals who cannot avoid sun exposure; it is very important to use sun protection with sunscreen and wearing a wide-brimmed hat for shade.
Use product if pregnant only after having treatment approved by your doctor.
There is the possibility of drug interaction risks between Veltin acne treatment and drugs that contain erythromycin or neuromuscular blocking agents. Let your doctor know of the medications you are currently taking before getting a prescription to buy Veltin gel.
Side effects from use of Veltin gel as an Rx acne medication are uncommon, but some users may experience erythema, scaling, dryness, burning, itching, or redness. If side effects persist or worsen you should discontinue use and speak with your doctor again regarding other RX medication options for effective acne treatment.