Solugel 8% (Benzoyl Peroxide)




Benzoyl Peroxide

Acne Therapy

Action and Clinical

The topical use of benzoyl peroxide provides therapeutic control of acne through drying and desquamative action as well as antibacterial activity.

Indications And Clinical Uses:

Acne vulgaris.


Patients with a known sensitivity to benzoyl peroxide or any of the components should not use this medication.


For external use only. Do not permit product to come in contact with the eyes or mucous membranes. Very fair individuals should always be started with a single application. Benzoyl peroxide may bleach colored fabrics.

Dosage And Administration:

Wash thoroughly with a non-medicated soap such as Acne-Aid and water. Apply once or twice daily to affected areas or according to the instructions of a physician.

Availability And Storage:

Each g of gel contains: benzoyl peroxide 4% (Solugel 4), or 8% (Solugel 8) in a unique patented hydrophase gel base. Nonmedicinal ingredients: cetyl alcohol, dimethyl isosorbide, fragrance X-23304 ungerer, promulgen G, purified water and simethicone. Tubes of 45 g. Store below 27°C.

SOLUGEL® 4 SOLUGEL® 8 Stiefel Benzoyl Peroxide Acne Therapy

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