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Adaferin 0.1% Gel treats mild to moderate acne by preventing pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads. Regulates oil, reduces inflammation, clears blocked pores.

Pack Size Qty Price Unit Price  
6 Tube/s
$49.50 $8.25
3 Tube/s
$27.00 $9.00
1 Tube
$11.50 $11.50
  • Generic Name : Adapalene
  • Brand Name : Differin 0.1%
  • Manufacturer Name : Galderma Labs
  • Delivery Days : 10 To 12 Working Days
  • Presentation : Tube Packing

What is Adaferin 0.1% gel?

Adaferin 0.1% gel is a topical medicine the doctor recommends for treating mild to moderate acne. It prevents the formation of small pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads on your skin.

This medication decreases excessive oil production of your skin, reduces inflammation, and cleans blocked pores. Adaferin contains Adapalene, which belongs to a class of medicines called Retinoids.

It ensures faster healing of your formed acne by renewing the skin and reducing the severity of the acne.

You can find Adaferin 0.1% gel under different brand names, including Differin 0.1%.

Uses of Adaferin 0.1% gel

Doctors prescribe this medicine for:

  • Treatment of acne

Acne is a skin disorder that occurs when your hair follicles get blocked with oil and dead skin cells. It causes blackheads, whiteheads, or pimples. Acne is more common among teenagers but affects people of all ages.

Manufacturer of Adaferin 0.1% gel

Galderma India Pvt Ltd., a renowned pharmaceutical company, manufactures Adaferin 0.1% gel.

How does Adaferin 0.1% gel work?

Adaferin gel is a form of vitamin A that treats acne by avoiding accumulation of sebum. This helps to unblock pores and allow natural exfoliation of the outer layers of your skin.

How to use Adaferin 0.1% gel?

Use this medicine as your doctor prescribes, mainly once a day at bedtime. Before applying this gel, gently clean the affected skin with a soap-less or mild cleanser and pat dry.

It is essential to wash your hands before and after applying this medicine. It would help if you use your fingertips to apply a small amount of this medicine in a thin layer.

When using the medicated swab, unwrap the swab and apply a thin layer to your affected areas. This medicine is only meant for use on the skin. Avoid getting the gel in your eyes or on your lips.

Never apply to the inner lip area or inside your mouth/nose. If this medicine gets in your eyes, flush with water immediately.Do not apply this medicine to cut, scraped, or sunburned areas and to skin affected by eczema disorder.

During the first few weeks of using this medication, your acne can appear worse as Adapalene is working on pimples forming inside your skin.

It can take 8 to 12 weeks to notice the benefits of this medicine. Use Adaferin regularly to attain maximum benefits. The earlier you start using this gel, the less likely you will get acne scars.

Precautions and warnings for Adaferin 0.1% gel

Do not use Adaferin 0.1% gel if you are allergic to it or Adapalene or have any allergies. This medicine might contain some inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions.

Before starting your treatment with this medicine, inform your doctor about your medical history, especially of Eczema.

Adapalene can make you more sensitive to the sun. It is suggested you limit your time in the sun. 

Weather extremes like cold or wind can be irritating to your skin. When outdoors, use sunscreen daily and wear protective clothing. If you get sunburned or have skin redness or blisters, immediately tell your doctor.

Wait unless your skin has entirely recovered from a sunburn before applying Adaferin gel. During your treatment with this medicine, avoid electrolysis, chemical depilatories for hair removal, and waxing on treated areas.

Inform the doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. While using Adapalene, you must not become pregnant. This medicine can harm an unborn baby. If you become pregnant, talk to the doctor and know the risks and benefits of Adaferin gel.

Side effects of Adaferin 0.1% gel

A sensation of warmth or stinging might occur after applying this medication to your skin.

Dryness, skin redness, itching, mild burning, scaling, or worsening of acne might happen during the first 2-4 weeks of using this gel. Usually, these effects decrease with continued use of Adaferin.

Some severe side effects of Adaferin 0.1% gel include:

  • Skin peeling
  • Red/irritated skin
  • Eye redness
  • Eyelid swelling
  • Skin discoloration

Seek medical attention if your side effects continue or worsen with time.


Before starting your treatment, check all possible interactions with your doctor once. To avoid drug interactions, do not use the following medicines with Adaferin 0.1% gel:

  • Isotretinoin
  • Resorcinol
  • Benzoyl Peroxide
  • Salicylic acid


It is advised to store this medicine at room temperature, away from direct sunlight and moisture.

Frequently asked questions about Adaferin 0.1% (FAQs)

  • Can I use Adaferin 0.1% gel in the morning?

You must apply Adaferin 0.1% gel as directed by your physician. It is best when applied at night and rinsed off in morning as this medicine is sensitive to sunlight.

  • Can Adaferin gel make my skin darker?

No, it does not make your skin dark. Instead, it can make your skin lighter by healing blackheads, acne, pimples, and spots.

  • Is it safe to use Adaferin 0.1% gel?

Yes, when used in dose and duration as directed by a doctor, it is safe to use Adaferin 0.1% gel.

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