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Zincream medinova cream paste tb 50 g

26 USD

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Zeller balsam ointment 50 g

29 USD

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Zeller balsam ointment 30 g

22 USD

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Weleda ointment tb 25 g

29 USD

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Weleda calendula spray 50 ml

42 USD

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Weleda calendula ointment tb 70 g

49 USD

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Weleda calendula ointment tb 25 g

27 USD

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Weleda calendula essence fl 100 ml

48 USD

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Wecesin pdr ds 50 g

33 USD

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Webcol alcohol pad 3.3x3.1cm sterile 200 pcs

18 USD

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Warz-ab extor lös 10 ml

24 USD

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Vita-hexyne ointment tb 100 g

33 USD

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Verrukill spray liq 50 ml

43 USD

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Verintex lös ml for external application 20

18 USD

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Unguentolan ointment tb 50 g

17 USD

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Unguentolan ointment tb 100 g

28 USD

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Theraband 2.5mx12.7cm blue extra strength

56 USD

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The med-dry skin lotion tb 200 ml

26 USD

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The med-dry skin lotion 500 ml fl

49 USD

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Terbinafine cream mepha tb 15 g

16 USD

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Stilex tb gel 45 g

26 USD

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Sterillium® med hand disinfection liq 5000 ml

185 USD

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Sterillium® med hand disinfection liq 500 ml

32 USD

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Sterillium® med hand disinfection liq 100 ml

13 USD

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Acne is a common skin condition that affects people of all ages, particularly teenagers and young adults. It is caused by the overproduction of sebum, an oily substance that clogs the pores, leading to inflammation and the development of pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads. There are several types of acne preparations and ointments that can be used to treat this condition.

Ointments with antibiotics against acne are a common treatment option. These ointments contain antibiotics, such as clindamycin or erythromycin, which help to reduce the bacteria that cause acne. They are often used in combination with other acne medications, such as benzoyl peroxide, to help control acne breakouts.

Antimicrobial and antiseptic agents for problem skin are also used in the treatment of acne. These agents include topical solutions containing tea tree oil, which has natural antiseptic properties, and benzoyl peroxide, which helps to unclog pores and reduce inflammation. Salicylic acid is another common ingredient in acne preparations, which helps to exfoliate the skin and unclog pores.

Ointments used in the treatment of skin allergies are also useful for treating acne. These ointments contain corticosteroids, which help to reduce inflammation and irritation of the skin. They are particularly effective for treating acne that is accompanied by redness and swelling.

Retinoids are another class of medications used to treat acne. These medications are derived from vitamin A and work by reducing the production of sebum and promoting cell turnover, which helps to prevent the formation of new pimples. Retinoids can be used topically or orally, and include medications such as tretinoin, adapalene, and isotretinoin.

In addition to topical treatments, lifestyle changes can also help to prevent and manage acne. These include washing the face twice a day with a gentle cleanser, avoiding touching the face, avoiding oily and greasy foods, and using non-comedogenic skincare and makeup products.

In conclusion, there are several types of acne preparations and ointments that can be used to treat acne. These include ointments with antibiotics against acne, antimicrobial and antiseptic agents for problem skin, ointments used in the treatment of skin allergies, and retinoids. It is important to work closely with a healthcare provider to develop a comprehensive treatment plan for managing acne and preventing future breakouts.

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