Panoxyl Aquagel 10% is specifically for the treatment of acne. It contains Benzoyl Peroxide, an ingredient recommended by dermatologists for the treatment of pimples (acne). It combats pimples through its antibacterial action and peeling (desquamative) effect. The gel base also assists rapid absorption into the skin.£21.03
Panoxyl Aquagel 10% is a topical gel used for the treatment of acne. It contains Benzoyl peroxide which works to break down cells on the surface of the skin, unblock pores and prevent the formation of new spots.
Its antibacterial effects also help to reduce build-up of bacteria which can lead to acne. This product also leaves your skin feeling less greasy.
PanOxyl Aquagel should be used once daily. Wash your skin with soap and water before use.
This is the best. It is drying but I have oily skin so that isn't such a bad thing. Works almost instantly. I used to use Quinoderm cream before they discontinued it. Nothing else works better.
This is TOTALLY brilliant - I've had adult acne for the whole of my life and it's never been completely under control before - basically I've been through a cycle of 'break outs' for ever, and often suffered from 'reinfection' around my face's T zone. I used to control everything using Qinoderm which did work to a point, but then it disappeared from the market. Good thing! This cream was my next choice and it's changed everything - with a week my skin was 95% clear and has remained so for well over a month. No more horrors in the morning mirror. It's so liberating. When you use the cream it actually seems to work like a mild chemical peel on the infected area. For that reason go easy on it - just rub a small amount into infected zones. Expect quite a bit of dry skin about two days later - a moisturiser sorts it out. It would suggest that you stop using Panoxyl as quick as possible, because it is so strong. That said, I still get the occasional blocked pore or spot and as soon as I do one or two treatments get's rid of the problem within a day. And no more dreaded reinfections. Highly recommended.