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Benzoyl Peroxide

Benzac AC® (Benzoyl Peroxide)

Benzac (20 gr.) 9-tubes Pack
$12.61 20gr. x 9 tubes
Benzac also known as: Acneclear, Acnepas, Acnesan, Acnex, Acnezoyl, Acnie, Akne bp, Akneroxid, Antopar, Basiron
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Clindamycin 1% + Benzoyl Peroxide 5% (10mg + 50mg)/g Benzac
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Glytone 10% Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Treatment Gel

MMH ID: 10594; Brand: Glytone; Model No: 13169
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How to Treat Acne With Benzoyl Peroxide?

Benzoyl Peroxide is one of the most effective acne treatments available in the United Kingdom that comes both in gel and cream forms. The concentrations vary normally from 2.5%, 5% up to 10%. Talk to your derm before starting to use a product containing benzoyl peroxide. Benzoyl peroxide is powerful against all types of acne lesions (blackheads, whiteheads, and pimples). Its anti-bacterial nature kills bacteria, rather than simply slowing down their growth. BP applied to the skin works instantly, improving acne condition in 5-7 days after starting application. Benzoyl Peroxide perfect for people who cannot take or do not want to take antibiotics orally or can also be used in combination with other antibiotics.

How to apply Benzoyl Peroxide to get most of the treatment:

  • Apply Benzoyl peroxide once or twice a day if necessary. Start using BP from 2,5% - 5% strength to keep any skin irritation to a minimum. Gradually increase the strength up to 10% if needed. All of the acne affected area to be treated not just each acne lesion separately.
  • Gels have to be applied about 15 minutes or so after cleanig the area with soap and water and gently drying with a towel.
  • Benzoyl peroxide Wash should be applied after you wet your skin, then pour some of the wash on to your hands and use it to wash the affected areas. Leave it on for a few minutes then rinse it off.
  • Always avoid getting Benzoyl peroxide on the mucosa (nostrils, eyes and mouth).

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  • Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Treatment

    Treating your Acne with Benzoyl Peroxide

    Benzoyl peroxide is one of the most frequently used acne treatment medications. Benzoyl peroxide is an active ingredient in countless over-the-counter products available on the market today. One of the first proven treatments for acne, it has been used for decades and is still one of the most popular and successful treatments for acne. Benzoyl peroxide works by introducing oxygen into the pore, thereby killing Propionibacteria acnes. When the bacteria population is reduced, the number of breakouts on the skin is reduced as well.

    Acne Treatment Tips for Using Benzoyl Peroxide

    Use Benzoyl Peroxide exactly as prescribed by your doctor. Benzoyl peroxide makes really effective treatment for mild to moderate acne. Start with a lotion or gel in a 2.5% strength. Higher percentages are available but may irritate the skin. Start with a lower strength to allow your skin to become acclimated to the benzoyl peroxide treatments. Move up to a higher strength if results are not seen after several weeks. Benzoyl peroxide must be applied to all affected areas of the skin, as it works to stop pimples before they erupt.
  • Benzoyl Peroxide Feedback

    "For a while I was trying to move away from using Benzoyl Peroxide products, but the simple truth is that I can't seem to get my skin anywhere close to clear without it. I used PC 2% BP for quite a while, but I wanted to try something a little stronger. Now I'm pretty happy with the DDF Benzoyl Peroxide Gel 5%; it doesn't dry me out any more than the 2.5% I used to have, and even though it looks like a lotion, it dries clear and not white, so I can use it during the day if I want. It's inexpensive, though, and doesn't have a ton of extra ingredients to potentially bother my skin, so I'll probably keep using it unless I ever find anything that works better for me than benzoyl peroxide." - Brenda (US)
    "I owe a lot to Benzyl Peroxide 5%. It's one of the first products that actually worked & helped me on my way to clear skin. I can't recommend it enough. It's better if you start with a little & gradually increase to see how much you should use as it is extremely drying. Once you work out how much your skin needs you will see your skin start to clear up usually only after a day or two! It's a winner!" - Jennifer (US)
  • How to use Benzoyl Peroxide?

    Benzoyl Peroxide Daily Usage

    Benzoyl Peroxide is one of the most powerful medications used to treat mild to moderate acne. It works by destroying the P.acnes bacteria that cause pimples. Start with a Benzoyl peroxide lotion or gel in a 2.5% strength. Higher percentages are available but may irritate the skin. Start with a lower strength to allow your skin to become acclimated to the benzoyl peroxide treatments. Move up to a higher strength if results are not seen after several weeks. Benzoyl peroxide may be used in combination with other acne treatments.
    1. Wash face with a mild cleanser to remove surface dirt & oil.
    2. Pat your skin dry with a clean towel.
    3. Before going to bed at night, rub about a nickel-sized amount of benzoyl peroxide all over your face.
    4. Apply a slightly extra amount of benzoyl peroxide on acne-prone areas such as the T-zone.
    5. In the morning, remove the benzoyl peroxide with a mild cleanser and lukewarm water.
    6. Apply an oil-free moisturizer afterward to prevent over-drying of your skin.
    7. Continue this process every day to prevent pimples from forming.
  • Benzoyl Peroxide Side Effects

    Benzoyl peroxide

    The most common side effect dryness generally mild and can be reduced by using an oil-free moisturizing lotion daily.
    If you experience mild irritation, try decreasing the frequency of use. If irritation is severe or persists even with infrequent application, discontinue use. Contact dermatitis (red, dry, itchy skin) can be due to irritation or allergy. Discontinue use immediately and treat with a mild topical steroid, such as hydrocortisone cream (available in most drugstores). 1–2% of the population experiences a mild allergic reaction to benzoyl peroxide. This is usually characterized by itching and redness.


    In the United States, the typical concentration for benzoyl peroxide is 2.5% up to 10% for both prescription and over-the-counter acne treatments. Higher concentrations are used for hair bleach and teeth whitening. Benzoyl peroxide, like other peroxides, is a powerful bleaching agent. Contact with hair can cause permanent color dampening almost immediately. For instance, contact with a towel that has been used to wash off benzoyl peroxide-containing hygiene products. Benzoyl peroxide can bleach clothing and linens; make sure your skin is completely dry before touching any cloth! 
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  • Benzoyl Peroxide Tips & Warnings

    Benzoyl peroxide is intended for external use only. Refrain from letting benzoyl peroxide get into your eyes, nose, or mouth, and do not swallow it. Do not apply dressings, bandages, cosmetics, lotions, or other skin medications to the area being treated unless your doctor tells you. Keep benzoyl peroxide away from your hair and coloured fabrics because it may bleach them. Do not let anyone else use your medication. Tell your doctor if your skin condition gets worse or does not go away. It's important for you to keep a written list of all of the prescription and over-the-counter medicines you're taking, as well as any products such as vitamins, minerals, or other dietary supplements.
    Benzoyl peroxide may bleach hair, towels, and clothing. Take great care during and after application to avoid letting it come in contact with any of these materials. You may want to wear an old shirt if benzoyl peroxide is applied to the back or body. Let the lotion dry thoroughly after your nightly skin care treatments before getting into bed at night, to avoid bleaching your pillowcase.
  • Benzoyl Peroxide FAQs

    Whether you’ve just started using benzoyl peroxide, or you’re considering trying this acne treatment, you probably have questions. Get answers to some common questions about benzoyl peroxide, and learn how to get the best results from your treatment.

    Benzoyl peroxide is a topical medication used to treat acne breakouts. It can be found in lotions, creams, gels, and even toner-like solutions.

    Benzoyl peroxide is classified as an antimicrobial, which means it helps reduce the amount of acne-causing bacteria on the skin. Less bacteria means less breakouts!

    Benzoyl peroxide, like many acne medications, can cause dryness and peeling. It can also make your skin more sensitive to the sun, so it’s important that you wear sunscreen every day.

    How Long Will It Take to See Results? Benzoyl peroxide, like all treatments, takes time to work. You may need to wait eight to 10 weeks or more before seeing a noticeable improvement in your skin.

    Benzoyl peroxide treatment need to be restricted while you are pregnant. You may only be able to use a certain number of acne treatments like benzoyl peroxide. Consult your doctor how to apply this treatment properly.