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lactezin

Lactezin

Lactoferrin + d-Alpha
Tocopheryl Acetate + Zinc

Lactezin

Product Details

Brand NameLactezin
FormatCapsule

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Lactezin is a natural and safe alternative or complementary therapy for the treatment of acne containing Lactoferrin, Vitamin E and Zinc.

What is in the medicine?

It is the first clinically tested drug approved by the Philippine FDA for anti-acne

Benefits of Lactoferrin

  • Anti-microbial: Helps inhibit bacterial growth and promotes skin immunity
  • Anti-inflammatory: Reduce redness of complexion and inflammation of acne lesions

Benefits of Vitamin E and Zinc

  • Anti-oxidant – Vitamin E helps protect the skin from UV damage3; while also correcting vitamin E deficiencies in persons with acne

Anti-inflammatory – Zinc aids in wound healing of acne lesions and skin renewal5; while also reducing the severity of inflammatory acne lesions

 

1.Farnaud S, Evans RW. (2003). “Lactoferrin—a multifunctional protein with antimicrobial properties”.Mol. Immunol. 40 (7): 395–405.

2. Kim J et al. (2010). “Dietary effect of lactoferrin-enriched fermented milk on skin surface lipid and clinical improvement of acne vulgaris”. Nutrition.26(9): 902-

3. Keller KL, Fenske NA. (1998). “Uses of vitamins A, C, and E and related compounds in dermatology: a review”. J Am Acad Dermatol. 39(4 Pt 1): 611-25.

4. El-Akawi Z et al. (2006). “Does the plasma level of vitamins A and E affect acne condition?”. Clin Exp Dermatol. 31(3): 430-4.

5. James KA et al. (2009). “Emerging drugs for acne”. Expert Opini Emerg Drugs. 14(4): 649-59.

6. Dreno B et al. (1989). “Low Doses of Zinc Gluconate for Inflammatory Acne”. Acta Derm Venereol. 69(6):541-3. 

 

DIRECTIONS 

Take (2) two capsules , one  in the morning and one at night or as advised by the physician         

 

CONTENTS

Each capsule contains:

Lactoferrin 100mg, d-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E) 11 I.U., Zinc (as Zinc Gluconate) 5mg                               

 

WARNINGS

Do not use more than the recommended dose unless recommended by a doctor.

Do not use after the expiry date on the label.

 

STORAGE CONDITION 

Store below 30?C.

 

AVAILABILITY 

100 capsules per box     

 

CLASS 

Anti-Acne           

The contents of this site are for information purposes only and should not be construed as a substitute for professional medical advice. For diagnosis, treatment, and prescription, consult your physician and other healthcare providers. Carefully read all product labels and packaging prior to use.
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