How To Use
Doc, I have consulted, he said if using this medication is applied to the entire face, but when I read on this website it is said in areas with acne, how do you think about the use of medication correctly?
Medicline is a topical drug that contains the antibiotic Clindamycin phosphate. Topical antibiotics can be used as a form of acne therapy.
Acne can occur due to several stages namely skin hyperproliferation and excessive sebum production which clogs the skin follicles, as well as an increase in the bacterial colony of Propionibacterium acnes on the skin and inflammation in the skin.
Medicline can be used lightly in areas of acne prone skin. If you get pimples on all parts of the face, of course, thinly applied to almost all facial skin. But if it is only in certain areas, just apply it on the breakouts. Its use is recommended 1-2 times a day. Medicline is applied after the face is cleaned with water and soap then dried with a clean towel. Wash your hands thoroughly before applying the medication. Medicline can be applied with the help of a bud bud, with fingers, or with facial cotton. Avoid the face, mouth, nose area.
Some of the side effects that can arise when using medication are: burning sensation in the skin, stickiness, skin irritation.
Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.