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MD Rx Melbourne Dermatology Open Pores Overnight Solution Instructions for Use and Further Information

For best results, use MD Rx Melbourne Dermatology Open Pores Overnight Solution in the evening.

Frequency of Use:

The usual usage is once or twice weekly, however you may use the product as frequently as desired providing dryness and irritation do not develop. Although not harmful, these side effects are counterproductive to resolving the appearance of open pores.

For best results we suggest regular use until the desired results have been achieved, then once every 2-4 weeks as maintenance.

Initial Use:

Using luke-warm water, cleanse skin thoroughly using a gentle gel cleanser which rinses without leaving any residue. Do not use a cream cleanser or soap as these can hamper the product's effectiveness. Pat skin dry. Using a cotton ball or square, apply a thin, even layer to areas of concern.

The solution will dry quickly, however it continues to work below the skin's surface.

After 10 minutes, rinse carefully and follow with a moisturizer if desired.

As always, use sunscreen during the day.

2nd and Subsequent Applications:

As above, however if tolerated more solution may be applied in more than one layer and left on for longer.

The nose and forehead areas usually respond the best to more generous application.

Important:

As with all skin care products, avoid contact with mucous membranes (the eyes and mouth).

If eye contact occurs, rinse with water.

A transient stinging sensation and flushing of the skin may occur as a side-effect. This sensation may recur when rinsing off.

To help avoid stinging, do not use within 6 hours of shaving.

Side Effects:

Possible side effects include transient redness, dryness, irritation and slight peeling of the skin. Please follow the instructions above for the best results. It is not possible to harm your skin with this product.

Allergy Information:

Not suitable for individuals with an allergy to any of the ingredients.

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