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PapiX™ long Hydrating gel

ACNEIC AND ACNE PRONE SKIN

Help your patients regain their confidence with a clinically proven effective 1st line treatment option.

PapixTM long

Hydrating gel 3

Due to its moisturising effect, it can be used in combination with treatments that cause skin dehydration or as maintainance treatment for acne4

MEDICAL DEVICE

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Salicylic acid 4

Niacinamide 4

Saccharide isomerate 4

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Formulated without silicons, vegetable or mineral oils and petroleum jelly which could increase sebum production4

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PROVEN EFFICACY IN INDUCING SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENT IN ACNE LESIONS OVER 30 DAYS OF TREATMENT 1+

Global Clinical Impressions score after 30 days of using 3 PapiXTM products in combination

Evidence of efficacy in 90% of the cases

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PapiX™ Range
ACNEIC AND ACNE PRONE SKIN

significant improvement in acne lesions WITH high tolerability and pleasantness of use1

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Dermatologically tested2,4,5

Not photosensitising2,4

Non comedogenic5

Help your patients regain their confidence with a clinically proven effective 1st line treatment option.

+Clinical observational study conducted on 200 volunteers, both male and female, who were suffering from mild to moderate facial acne. The study protocol included two observational levels: T0 and T1 (30 days of treatment). Efficacy was measured according to the Global Acne Grading System (GAGS). The safety and acceptability were evaluated using a Global Clinical Impressions score (the Investigator Global Assessment: IGA) performed at T1 (after 30 days of treatment). The IGA score was rated as follows: 0 = no improvement, 1 = moderate improvement, 2 = marked improvement, 3 = clear-cut improvement/disappearance of baseline lesion/condition. Regarding pleasantness and ease of application, at T1 the volunteers were asked to give their impressions using a semi-quantitative score (Poor, Sufficient, Fair, Good and Excellent). In 76% of the volunteers treated during this study, no associated systemic therapy was administered while 14% received oral antibiotics and 3.5% estroprogestinics.

  1. Rigoni C et al. Clinical observational study of the topical treatment of mild to moderate acne. J Plastic Dermatology 2016; 12: 1-5. 
  2. PapiX high PIL
  3. PapiX long labelling
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  5. PapiX cleanser labelling
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