Abaka Gel

Abaka Gel

Prescription Required




Introduction to

Abaka Gel is specifically designed for external use and should be used according to your doctors instructions Apply a thin layer of the gel only to the affected areas of your skin using clean and dry hands Remember to wash your hands before and after applying the gel In case the gel comes into contact with your eyes nose mouth or vagina rinse with water It may take some time for your symptoms to improve so continue using the gel regularly Make sure to complete the entire course of treatment for optimal effectiveness If your condition does not improve or worsens consult your doctor Although Abaka Gel is generally safe to use it may cause mild side effects such as dryness peeling redness and a burning sensation at the application site These side effects are usually temporary and not severe To prevent them you can use a moisturizer and drink plenty of water Serious side effects are rare but if you experience any allergic reactions such as rashes itching swelling or shortness of breath seek medical help immediately Before using Abaka Gel inform your doctor about any other medications you are currently taking or have recently taken for the same or other medical conditions Pregnant and breastfeeding women should use this gel with caution and after consulting with their doctor If you are known to be allergic to the ingredients in the gel avoid using it and consult your doctor for an alternative During the treatment avoid touching pricking or scratching the infected areas of your skin as this can worsen or spread the acne Additionally protect your skin from unnecessary sun exposure and apply sunscreen before going out in the sun It is also important to consult your doctor before undergoing any cosmetic procedures while using Abaka Gel