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Azclear Action Medicated Lotion

The dual action formula attacks pimples by fighting bacteria and unblocking the oil ducts. The Lotion acts to reduce redness and dry up pimples. Contains 20% w/w Azelaic Acid.

Always read the label and follow the directions for use.

Azclear Action Medicated Lotion

The dual action formula attacks pimples by fighting bacteria and unblocking the oil ducts. The Lotion acts to reduce redness and dry up pimples. Contains 20% w/w Azelaic Acid.

Always read the label and follow the directions for use.

Active (w/w) - Azelaic Acid 20%.
  • Contains 20% w/w Azelaic Acid.
  • Fights acne, pimples & blackheads.
  • Dual-action attacks pimples fighting bacteria and unblocking the oil ducts.
  • Acts to reduce redness and dry up pimples.
  • Can help reduce rosacea on the skin.
  • Can help reduce skin pigmentation.
  1. Use morning and night.
  2. Before use cleanse hands and affected skin.
  3. Apply a small amount of Azclear Action medicated lotion directly onto affected skin.

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Initial mild irritation may occur. If severe irritation occurs discontinue use. Improvement may not be visible until after 4 weeks. Consult your doctor or pharmacist if your condition has not improved within 8 weeks. Store below 30°C.

Apply to affected areas before bed, or under your sunscreen during the day. Give the lotion time to sink in before applying other products directly on top to avoid pilling.
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AZELAIC ACID

An antibacterial compound1 which has been shown to be effective in helping to treat mild to moderate acne2,3. It also doesn't bleach fabrics4.

1. Nazzaro-Porro M. Azelaic Acid. Journal of American Academy of Dermatology 1987, Volume 17, Issue 6: 1033-1041.

2. Graupe K, Cunliffe WJ, Gollnick HP Zaumseil RP. Efficacy and safety of topical azelaic acid (20 percent cream): an overview of result from Europaean clinical trials and experiemntal reports. Cutis 1996; 57(1S):20-35.

3. Bjerke R, Fyrand O and Graupe K. Double-blind comparison of azelaic acid 20% cream and its vehicle in treatment of papulopustular rosacea. Acta Derm Venereol 1999; 79: 456-459.

4. Norris J, Cunliffe WJ and Burke B. Azelaic acid really does work in acne - a double-blind national and international study. Br J Dermatol. 1987; 117:34-35.

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Honestly, it's a lifesaver! It helps with redness, and dark spots from my acne, dries up the acne itself and also reduces flare-ups.I struggled with pretty bad flare-ups the past year all of a sudden and this lotion has helped a lot in bringing back how clear my skin previously was.
Skin Type: Combination/Oily
Reviewed by: Yasmin on 09 Jan 2024
I have been using this for less than a week with perioral dermatitis that was going nowhere. The results have been amazing, I could not be happier!!!! My face is almost back to normal. There was no itching or additional sensitivity. It’s so gentle I’ve even used it around my eyes.
Skin Type: Sensitive
Reviewed by: Michelle on 24 Sep 2023
Wow! Wow! Wow! I have been using the Medicated Lotion for the last year for my Papulopustular rosacea and has helped immensely with my flare ups. About 4 months ago I added the Foaming Wash to my regime and again has made a huge difference to my skin. Just recently added the Soothing Gel, and Wow!!! Used it the first time as part of my night time routine and it was nice to wake up without my usual red cheeks and forehead. I should have added the soothing cream a lot sooner! Great product! Highly recommend this product for anyone that suffers with Papulopustular rosacea.
Reviewed by: Trish on 03 Feb 2023
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