Sulfacet-R

Active Ingredient(s): Sulfacetamide + Sulfur
Category: Rosacea



Sulfacet-R Overview

The drug combination sulfacetamide/sulfur is a topical acne medication manufactured by Medicis under the trade name Plexion and also available under other trade names such as Clenia, Prascion, and Avar. It combines sodium sulfacetamide, a sulfonamide antibiotic, and sulfur, a keratolytic agent.[1] It is available in four formulations: as a cleansing cloth, cleanser, topical suspension, and as a facial mask. The sulfacetamide inhibits the growth of the bacterium Propionibacteri...

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sulfaetamide + sulfur

Where do I get it and what does it do? ## Sulfacetamide and Sulfur is used as a type of antibiotic, It is most commonly used in topical preparations to treat dermatological problems. In the U.S. it is a prescription medcation that you would have filled at a pharmacy. You can read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Sulfacetamide + Sulfur
  • Cream: 10% + 5%
  • Emulsion: 10% + 5%
  • Gel: 10% + 5%
  • Liquid: 10% + 5%
  • Lotion: 10% + 5%
  • Soap: 10% + 5%
  • Suspension: 10% + 5%
  • Swab: 10% + 5%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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