Mupirocin in the Treatment of Acne
Acne is curable, acne is caused by endocrine disorders, the body secretion disorders which resulting in blood poisoning cannot be timely discharged from the body and breaks out in the face. As long as it is not an uneven blemish, smallpox will naturally disappear, but some may take several years. To speed up the elimination of smallpox, you can eat food or medicines full of vitamin C and vitamin E. In the early stage of acne, it is also a good choice to use Mupirocin Ointment.
Mupirocin Ointment, for local external use of antibiotics, is suitable for skin infections caused by gram-positive cocci, such as pustulosis, furuncle, folliculitis and other primary skin infections, eczema combined with infection, ulcer combined infection, trauma combined infection and other secondary skin infections. It also has the good effect for drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. At the same time, the product had no cross-resistance with other antibiotics.
The effect of Mupirocin Ointment for the treatment of acne:
Acne is a chronic inflammation, it needs long-term control, in the treatment of acne, Mupirocin Ointment as an external dressing for the treatment of acne has a good effect and few side effects. For acne prone skin, it is recommended that you can keep a Mupirocin Ointment regularly. It has good bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effects and it is very safe. When there is a small red dot of acne, use it and it will eliminate the pustule. Continue to use it until the pockmarks become light brown.
Usage and dosage: This product should be topical, applied to the affected part. If necessary, the wound can be bandaged or covered with a dressing, 3 times a day, 5 days a course. The course of treatment can be repeated if necessary. Local application of this product generally has no adverse reactions, occasionally there are the local burning sensation, sting, and itching, usually, it does not need to stop the medicine. Occasionally, the skin is allergic to Mupirocin Ointment. It has been reported that Mupirocin Ointment causes systemic anaphylaxis, but it is very rare.