This drug is used in adults to treat a type of skin inflammation called Rosacea.
Each gram of Gilaranco-Ivermectin 1% cream contains 10 mg of the active Ivermectin ingredient.
Ivermectin is associated with a class of broad-spectrum antiparasitics with unique antiparasitic action. The mechanism of Ivermectin in the treatment of rosacea inflammation is unknown.
Dosage and Method of Use
Use Ivermectin cream once a day on damaged or inflamed parts of skin. Divide your face into five zones. (Forehead, chin, nose, each cheek) Use a pea-sized amount in a thin layer for each zone of the face. Avoid contact on eyelids, eyes, inside the mucous membrane of the nose and lips. In case of accidental contact, wash the area immediately with plenty of water.
Clean your face completely from any cosmetic or hygiene products before using Ivermectin cream. You can use cosmetic products after Ivermectin cream becomes dry. Be sure to wash your hands after using Ivermectin cream.
The amount of Gilaranco-Ivermectin cream, depends on your doctor's view and the type of skin inflammation you have. Usually, treatment of inflammation takes place 4 weeks after the usage of the cream. Complete the course of treatment and if there is no improvement after 3 months, stop using Ivermectin cream and consult your doctor or pharmacist.
Drug interactions: none
- Ivermectin 1% cream is used only for adults over 16.
- Inform your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking other medications while using Ivermectin.
- Ivermectin is only for skin Avoid using for other areas of the body such as eyes, mouth and mucous.
- Ivermectin 1% cream should not be used for children and juveniles.
- If any allergic reaction occurs, stop using this product and consult a doctor or pharmacist.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
- Avoid eating or swallowing it.
Ivermectin side effects have been reported in less than 1%, which include eye irritation, dandruff, dry skin, burning sensation and itching.
Pregnancy: group C
A controlled study has not been conducted regarding the use of topical Ivermectin in pregnant women. Ivermectin cream can be used during pregnancy if the doctor favors its benefits to its harms.
Use in breastfeeding
Due to the low absorption of topical Ivermectin, a study on secretion in milk has not been done.
- Keep at temperature below 30°C.
- Do not let it freeze.