Freederm Treatment Gel 25g

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Freederm Treatment Gel contains the active ingredient nicotinamide which has been clinically proven to help get rid of mild to moderate inflamed red spots.
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Freederm Treatment Gel

Freederm Treatment Gel contains the active ingredient nicotinamide which has been clinically proven to help get rid of mild to moderate inflamed red spots (the ones that are reddish-coloured, usually tender, and sometimes have pus in them). Nicotinamide is an anti-inflammatory ingredient that is related to an essential vitamin in our diet (Vitamin B3) and works by reducing swelling, redness and tenderness.

Freederm Treatment Gel is suitable for use by adults, children and the elderly.


For adults, children and the elderly

Apply the gel twice daily over and around the affected skin areas as follows:
  • Wash the area.
  • Gently pat the skin dry (avoid rubbing as this may aggravate the skin).
  • Apply a thin film of gel, and gently massage it in.
Continue using the gel twice daily in this way for as long as necessary, (unless irritation occurs). Depending on the severity of your acne, it can take several weeks for the skin's normal repair process to work before you see a real improvement in your skin.


  • Active Ingredient: Nicotinamide 4% w/w.
  • Other Ingredients: Aluminium magnesium silicate, hypromellose, citric acid, macrogol lauryl ether, ethanol and purified water.


  • Do not use Freederm Treatment Gel if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to nicotinamide or any of the other ingredients.
  • There are no specific restrictions to using Freederm Treatment Gel during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Vitamin B derivative requirements, such as nicotinamide, are increased during pregnancy and infancy. However, although there are no known potential risks, as with any medicine caution should be exercised, particularly in the first three months of pregnancy. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine.
  • Only apply Freederm Treatment Gel to your skin.
  • When using Freederm Treatment Gel on your face, keep it away from your eyes, and avoid getting it inside your nostrils, on your lips or inside your mouth.
  • Depending on how sensitive your skin tends to be, it may be a good idea initially to test the gel on a small area, and wait 24 hours before using it on larger areas. This is especially advisable if you have unusually sensitive skin or if you are treating the face (as generally applies when using any new treatment for the first time).
  • If you have groups of spots that are very inflamed and painful causing lots of damage to your skin, you may have severe acne. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice about alternative treatments.

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