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Benzaclin is a drug gel typically prescribed to people suffering from acne vulgaris. It is prescribed in a 50g jar, and the dosage is made with 50mg (5%) of benzoyl peroxide and 10mg (1%) of the antibiotic clindamycin. To this point, it is known as one of the best acne reducing creams available. A major side effect to Benzaclin is increased sensitivity to sunlight. This is most likely to be used by patients with moderate acne.

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