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Curoplus Gel from SBL Homeopathy is for pimples, acne, dry skin conditions, abrasions, cuts & bleeding, boils, darkening of the skin due to exposure to sunlight. SBL curoplus gel is quick absorption, deep penetration, non-staining, and easily washable.
- Brand/Manufacturer: SBL Pvt Ltd
- Availability: Online and at medical stores
- Type of medicine: Proprietary Homeopathic Medicine
- Main Indication: Acne
- Presentation: 25 gm Gel in tube
- Price of Curoplus Gel: ₹ 80.00
- Contraindications: No known contraindication
- Interactions: No known interaction
- Side-effects: No known side effects
About Acne and Pimples
Acne which is also known as pimples is a common condition that is seen nowadays. Pimples may vary from few small pimples which disappear in a very short time.
The severity of acne may vary from mild, moderate, and severe form. Acne may be inflammatory and non-inflammatory type.
Non-inflammatory acne is a milder type and is known as pimples or blackheads.
A simple way to distinguish between pimples and acne is that acne develops over a longer period and stays for a longer duration. It also leaves red marks or scars behind.
Pimples usually form quickly and go away again soon afterward.
Mild acne: It includes comedones, blackheads, or whiteheads. These are caused as a result of clogging of pores of the skin. These look dark as blackheads are open and contain a pigment known as melanin. It reacts with oxygen in the air.
Whiteheads are closed. They are white or yellowish in color. It occurs when the oil builds upon the face. It results in the multiplication of bacteria which causes inflammatory acne.
Moderate acne: Those people who have moderate acne have more pimples. Inflamed pimples are called papules or pustules. Papules are small bumps and pustules are filled with yellow pus.
Severe acne: Patients with severe forms of acne have lots of papules and pustules. Sometimes these individuals have nodules that are reddish and painful. Acne in these individuals leads to scarring.
Types of pimples
- Whiteheads: These stay under the surface of the skin.
- Blackheads: These types rise to the skin surface and look black in color.
- Papules: These are small pink bumps. These are generally painful.
- Pustules: These pimples are red at the bottom and have pus on top.
- Nodules: These are large painful, solid pimples that are present deep in the skin.
- Cysts: It is deep, painful, and pus-filled pimples that often cause scars.
Causes of Pimples
It is mostly seen during puberty. This is a time when a child’s body changes to the body of an adult. It caused by a change of hormones mainly androgen, which is a male sex hormone.
Oil is secreted by a special gland known as sebaceous glands. These are oil glands. Sebum produced by these glands helps in the protection of skin and acts as a natural moisturizer. Sometimes a layer of dead cells builds up at the opening of a pore. This causes clogging of pores. So blackhead or whitehead develops. If inflammation occurs it results in the formation of pimples.
- Some medicines also lead to the formation of acne.
- Wearing greasy makeup can lead to acne.
- It is also runs in family.
- Pollution and high humidity can lead to acne.
- Squeezing or pickles at pimples can lead to acne.
- Hard scrubbing can lead to acne.
- Sometimes the pressure of bike helmets, backpacks, or using tight collars can lead to acne.
- About 15 to 20 out of 100 teenagers have moderate to severe acne. It is much more common in boys than in girls.
- Bad effects of having acne:
- Acne often leads to scarring.
- Scarring is a natural process of healing. Scarring may be different in different individuals.
- Flat scars usually heal without scarring.
- Some acne leads to indented scars which are known as pockmarks on the face.
Scarring may be of 3 types
Atrophic scars: In this type acne does not heal properly and connective tissue is made. It results in scarring which causes a dent in the skin. This type of scars is seen in patients who do not squeeze their pimples.
Hypertrophic scars: These are seen on the chest, back or shoulders. This is seen in a severe form of acne. It is a less common type.
Keloid scars: If too much connective tissue is formed then keloid scars are formed. They are usually bigger in size. It is also a rare type.
Curoplus Gel Composition
It has anti-inflammatory properties along with some moisturizing properties. It is very useful for dry and damaged skin. It helps in the early healing of wounds. It helps in soothing the skin. It also acts as an antiseptic. It is a very good remedy when applied locally for any kind of open wound. This helps in the early healing of wounds and is very useful for those wounds that do not heal early. It is suited to a person who has a tendency to take cold very easily especially in damp weather. It is a very good remedy that produces the least amount of pus formation in acne. It is a good remedy for superficial burns. It is one of the best healing agents.
It is a very effective remedy that has anti-inflammatory properties. It causes complete healing of acne. It blocks UV rays and protects from sunburn. It is given when a patient has soreness of parts with a collection of blood and hemorrhage. It is a very good remedy for burns and swelling due to trauma.
It is a very good remedy when a patient has recurring boils. It is given when a person has bad effects of insect bites which results in foul discharge. It is suited to a person who has tired feeling all the time.
It is given when a patient has muscular soreness. It is a very good remedy for acne and boils all over the body. It is suited to old laborers especially gardeners. It is given when a patient has boils with redness and the area is very sensitive to touch.
It is very useful in cases where the skin is dark and has many scars due to the formation of acne. It is useful medicine that helps in clearing acne and pimples. This remedy clears the complexion.
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Curoplus Gel Benefits
This gel is quick in absorption and has a deep penetration. It is easily washable and non-staining in nature.
Curoplus Gel Important Therapeutic Uses
It is indicated for conditions like:
- Acne and Pimples
- Cuts and bleeding
- Painful acne
- Darkening of the skin due to exposure to sunlight
How to apply Curoplus Gel
On a clean face massage this gel and apply on the face.
Contraindications, Interactions, Side-effects, and Suggestions
- It has no known side-effect.
- It has no known drug interaction.
- It is completely safe.
The medication should not be taken if a patient develops any hypersensitivity to any of its ingredients.
Keep the medicines:
- Away from strong smelling substances like menthol, mint, camphor, essential oils, lip balm, deep heat liniments, cough lozenges, chewing gum, aromatic toothpaste, chemical fumes, perfumes, etc.
- In a cool, dry place away from direct exposure to sunlight.
- Away from the reach of children.