Brevoxyl Gel Dosage
Generic name: BENZOYL PEROXIDE 40mg in 1g
Dosage form: gel
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Therapy may be initiated with either Brevoxyl® -4 Gel or Brevoxyl® -8 Gel. The medication should be applied once or twice daily to the affected areas. Frequency of use should be adjusted to obtain the desired clinical response. Gentle cleansing of the affected areas prior to application of Brevoxyl® -4 Gel or Brevoxyl® -8 Gel may be beneficial. Clinically visible improvement will normally occur by the third week of therapy. Maximum lesion reduction may be expected after approximately eight to twelve weeks of drug use. Continuing use of the drug is normally required to maintain a satisfactory clinical response.
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