Finevin

Finevin skin cream or a gel is a prescribed treatment used for the patients who are suffering from acne and rosacea. If you have rosacea, a healthcare provider may prescribe Finevin. This medication is a type of gel that is applied to the skin twice daily. It is thought to work by suppressing inflammation, killing bacteria, and slowing down the rapid growth of skin cells. Finevin works for treating rosacea. The active ingredient, azelaic acid, is also effective for treating acne and is the generic name of the medicine also.

Azelaic acid may have some antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and may help to normalize hyperkeratinization a problem with skin cells that leads to pimples and other bumps. Finevin is prescribed for the treatment of rosacea. It is approved for use in adults age 18 and older. The active ingredient in this drug is thought to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which may help to treat the redness and thickened skin caused by rosacea. There are some other uses of Finevin, which include the treatment of acne and dark spots caused by hormonal changes.

How to use Finevin Cream

  • Apply this medication to the face twice daily, after washing with a mild cleanser. Apply it before applying any cosmetics.
  • This medication will not bleach fabrics.
  • Make sure to avoid the area around the eyes and lips.
  • Wash your hands after applying the gel.
  • For the medication to work properly, it must be used as prescribed.
  • Do not use large amounts or apply this product more often than directed. Your condition will not clear faster, but the chance for side effects may be increased. Improvement is usually seen within 4 weeks

Cautions before using Finevin Cream

The precautions that should be followed as hereunder:

  • Finevin is prescribed for the treatment of rosacea. It is approved for use in adults age 18 and older. The active ingredient in this drug is thought to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which may help to treat the bumps and pimples caused by rosacea. Some of the other uses of Finevin include the treatment of acne and dark spots caused by hormonal changes.
  • Finevin is only approved for use on the skin; do not swallow it, and make sure to keep it out of the eyes.
  • Some people experience skin irritation, redness, and burning when first starting Finevin. Make sure to let your healthcare provider know if extreme irritation occurs.
  • Finevin is unlikely to interact with medications, although some skin products could worsen irritation with Finevin so consult your doctor before using any skin care product with this medication.

Finevin Cream side effects

The side effects which may arise due to the usage of Finevin are as follows:

  • Swelling of face
  • Acne
  • Severe, intolerable skin reactions
  • Patchy skin
  • Excess hair growth
  • Worsening of asthma
  • Worsening of cold sores
  • Allergic rashes
  • Burning or stinging sensation of the skin
  • Dryness, and redness of the skin

Finevin Cream Interactions and Overdose

The patients should stop using some skin products temporarily during treatment with Finevin, so make sure your healthcare provider is aware of any other skin products you might be using including sunscreen, cleansers, moisturizers, cosmetics, etc.

Some of the possible effects of an overdose with Finevin skin cream or gel include itching, burning, and stinging.

 

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