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Freederm Gel for Acne-Prone Skin - 10g

Freederm Gel for Acne-Prone Skin - 10g

  • Anti-inflammatory gel
  • Helps treat mild to moderate spots
  • Reduces pimples and redness
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Freederm Gel is manufactured in the UK and widely available over the counter as a treatment for reducing the severity of spots.

The main reason why Freederm can claim that its products have a fast action on spots is that they contain an active ingredient that is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Freederm spot gel is no exception. It contains niacinamide, which is a B-vitamin that is also known as nicotinamide. It has been shown to help clear inflamed, red spots on the skin. Few other acne treatments appear to contain this ingredient.

In this gel, the niacinamide is combined with minimal other ingredients. Freederm generally steers clear of most of the fragrances, preservatives, colorants, and other artificial chemicals that are often found in major high street skincare products in the UK.

This helps to avoid irritation and drying out of skin that is associated with some of these chemicals.

The translucent gel is non-oily, has a cooling effect on the skin, and should be used topically on patches of acne-prone skin and breakouts.

If you have a breakout of red, sore, pus-filled spots, then this gel may help to reduce their size, soothe the irritation, and help make your skin look and feel healthier.




To help clear up and prevent spots from forming, apply the gel twice a day, preferably in the morning and at night time.

First, gently cleanse the affected skin, and the area surrounding it, using your preferred cleanser and warm water.

After patting dry, cover the affected area with a thin film of the Freederm spot gel and leave on.


Freederm Gel is not to be taken internally and contact with the eyes and other mucous membranes (nose and mouth) should be avoided.

Especially avoid using the gel around the sensitive eye area. If there is contact, rinse using plenty of clean, warm water and consult a doctor if irritation persists. Keep this gel out of the reach and sight of children.

Although this gel contains few ingredients, always check carefully before use. If you have a known hypersensitivity to anything contained in this gel, do not use it.

Should you experience irritation or other adverse skin reaction, stop using it and seek medical advice if the symptoms persist.

Side Effects

Freederm Gel has no associated side effects. No reported interactions with other medicines are known.

Scientific Research

For people with Acne

HelloSkin’s experts were unable to find clinical data on the use of Freederm Gel in people with acne.

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