Clinsol Gel 15 gm belongs to the class of antibiotic known as lincomycin antibiotics that works by preventing or stopping the bacterial growth. This combination medicine is primarily used to treat inflamed acne. It minimizes the formation of excessive natural oil known as sebum. It also reduces swelling caused due to acne. Acne is a skin related problem in which oils glands (sebaceous gland) of the skin become clogged, thereby forming pimples and sometimes cysts.
Clinsol Gel 15 gm is composed of two medicines namely: Clindamycin and Nicotinamide. Clindamycin is a lincomycin antibiotic that acts by penetrating inside the skin and helps in killing the acne-causing bacteria. On the other hand, Nicotinamide is a form of vitamin B which is responsible for exerting anti-inflammatory effects that are applied to the skin. Together it helps to reduce the swelling, redness and tenderness caused due to acne or pimple. Besides this, it also prevents the formation of pimples, blackheads and whiteheads on the skin.
Uses of Clinsol Gel 15 gm
Clinsol Gel 15 gm is made of Clindamycin and Nicotinamide (Vitamin B3). Clindamycin is a well-known bacteriostatic antibiotic that treats acne, bacterial infection, scars suitable for both dry and wet skin. Topical application of clindamycin helps in the healing of acne by killing the acne-causing bacteria and prevents further bacterial skin infections. Nicotinamide is a synthetic form of Vitamin B3, that stimulates ceramide (fats found on the uppermost layer of the skin).
Directions for Use
You should apply Clinsol Gel 15 gm twice a day on the affected area. Before applying, ensure that the affected area is thoroughly washed and dried for some time. Clinsol Gel 15 gm should be applied to the entire affected area rather than on acne or pimples only. Applying on the larger part of the skin will help prevent the new pimples from erupting. You should always wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after applying Clinsol Gel 15 gm.
Side Effects of Clinsol Gel 15 gm