Acnesol Gel for the treatment of pimples, blackheads and whiteheads

by Sharron Kane Online Medical Researcher

Acnesol Gel is a kind of antibiotic known as a 'lincosamide antibiotic,' which is used to treat bacterial skin infections such as acne (pimples), as well as infections of the belly, bone, skin, heart, and soft tissues. When dangerous bacteria develop in the body and cause sickness, this is known as bacterial infection. It may infect and proliferate in any area of the body extremely fast. Acnesol Gel is ineffective against viral illnesses including the common cold and flu.


Acnesol Gel 20 gm includes 'Clindamycin,' which prevents bacterial development by blocking bacterial protein synthesis. It has a bacteriostatic action, which means it keeps germs from multiplying but does not kill them. Acnesol Gel efficiently cures infections caused by gram-positive and anaerobic bacteria (those that do not require oxygen to survive), such as sensitive strains of Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pneumonia, and Clostridium perfringens. Acnesol Gel is intended to treat severe infections in the belly, gastrointestinal tract, lower respiratory tract, skin, and genitourinary region caused by susceptible anaerobic bacteria.


Benefits of Acnesol Gel


In Bacterial Infections Treatment


Acnesol Gel is a multipurpose antibiotic that works by preventing bacteria from growing in your body. This medication is used to treat infections of the lungs (pneumonia), stomach, skin and soft tissues, bones and joints, blood, and the heart.


This drug normally makes you feel better within a few days, but even if you feel better, you should continue to take it as directed. If you stop taking it too soon, the sickness may recur and become more difficult to treat.


How to use Acnesol Gel

  • Acnesol Gel is solely intended for external usage.
  • Before using, read the directions on the label or leaflet.
  • The diseased region should be thoroughly cleaned and dried.
  • Apply it on a clean, healthy skin area that is free of scrapes and sores, and gently rub it in.
  • Unless the hands are the region to be treated, wash your hands before and after using the drug.
  • Use it just for the amount of time recommended by your doctor.
  • Apply to skin that has been windburned or sunburned, as well as open sores.
  • Avoid getting the drug in or near your eyes, mouth, or nose.
  • If the drug comes into contact with your eyes, immediately rinse them with clean water.


How does Acnesol Gel Work?


Acnesol which contains Clindamycin is a topical antibiotic that penetrates deep into the skin and kills acne-causing bacteria by blocking bacterial protein production. It works by reversibly attaching to the bacteria's 50S ribosomal subunits, preventing peptide bond formation and suppressing protein synthesis. Protein synthesis inhibition inhibits the development of acne-causing bacteria, resulting in the prevention of acne breakouts.


Side effects of Acnesol Gel


Acnesol Gel 20 gm can cause stomach ache, vomiting, nausea, joint pain/swelling, diarrhoea, heartburn, dark urine, and abnormal liver function tests, just like any other drug. The majority of these Acnesol Gel 20 gm adverse effects do not require medical care and will go away with time. Please contact your doctor if these adverse effects continue. Use of Acnesol Gel for an extended period of time may result in oral thrush or a new vaginal yeast infection. If you have any of the following adverse effects: fever, lymph node swelling, rash, itching or swelling in the face, tongue, or throat, dizziness, or difficulty breathing, get medical help.



  • After using Acnesol Gel, you may experience an allergic response.
  • You're utilizing benzoyl peroxide-containing products, which should not be used together.
  • You should avoid using it over your eyes, mouth, and any scrapes or sores on your skin, since medicine should be used with caution around these regions.
  • You may have a hereditary predisposition to allergy disorders such as rhinitis, asthma, and others, so proceed with caution.
  • It's possible that your skin will be burned or irritated. The doctor may advise you to stop using the medication.


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