Thoroughly wash the affected area with mild soap and water. Gently pat dry.
Squeeze a dollop of Prosacea Gel onto clean fingers. Spread directly onto the affected skin. Wait 10-15 minutes for gel to dry before applying other topical products, like makeup.
Apply Prosacea 1 to 3 times daily until symptoms subside. Most notice visible improvements in just days!*
Enhanced with soothing aloe, Prosacea Gel uses the active ingredient Sulphur, which can be found in rocks, minerals, and even skin and hair! In Prosacea’s formula, Sulphur is present at a near odorless 1% concentration, keeping the gel effective, but gentle enough for regular application. Sulphur 1x is a homeopathic ingredient used in a number of topical products, with healing properties that make it an effective solution for delivering quality care—even on sensitive skin!
Prosacea Gel contains Sulphur 1x.
The 1x is homeopathic nomenclature for the potency of the active ingredient. The "x" refers to a 10-fold dilution, so 1x means the ingredient has undergone one 10-fold dilution. Prosacea Gel is 10% 1x Sulphur, so Prosacea Gel contains approximately 1% Sulphur.
Clean skin thoroughly before applying. Then, cover the entire affected area with a thin layer of Prosacea Gel 1-3 times daily. Massage gently until absorbed into the skin. If you are a new Prosacea Gel user, begin by applying sparingly to one or two small affected areas during the first three days. If no discomfort occurs, continue use. To reduce excessive skin drying, start with one daily application, gradually increasing to 2-3 times daily as needed, or as directed by a doctor. Wait 15-20 minutes after applying Prosacea Gel before layering on any makeup, moisturizer, or sunscreen. This will allow the medication to properly dry and absorb into skin. Consult a doctor or dermatologist about questions and/or recommendations on specific cosmetics, moisturizers, and/or sunscreens to pair with Prosacea Gel.
There is no limit on the time period for using Prosacea Gel. You can use it as long as it seems to be helping your condition. If your condition clears to your satisfaction you can stop using Prosacea Gel. However, if your condition stops improving, or if irritation develops or increases, you should stop use and you may want to consult your doctor.
Speak with your doctor before using Prosacea Gel if pregnant or breastfeeding.
The Sulphur 1x in Prosacea Gel is different from sulfa drug ingredients; "sulfa" is a term used to describe a class of antibiotics. There are no sulfa drug ingredients in Prosacea Gel. If you have additional questions or concerns you should contact a doctor or pharmacist.
Prosacea Gel is not a topical steroid and does not contain any steroid ingredients.
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1Independent, syndicated market research data.
2Prosacea consumer data. Individual results may vary.
3Prosacea Consumer Satisfaction Survey.
*Results may vary.