As the name suggests, this is not any medicine to be taken orally. It is just a face wash that is used to treat and heal various skin conditions like irritation, bacterial infection, ulcers, aging, etc. Arterial ulcers and Contusions are also effectively treated by this face wash.
Uses and benefits of Ahaglow Face Wash:
Uses of Ahaglow are mostly related to skin rejuvenation and treatment. It protects the skin against radiation damage. However, it is also related to the prevention, control, and treatment of some of the other bodily conditions, such as:
- Bacterial Infection
- Skin disorders like irritation, inflammation etc.
- Skin aging
- Arterial ulcers
- Radiation Dermatitis
- Venous Ulcers
- Surgical Incisions etc.
There may be some other uses of this product that are not listed here and known to doctors only.
Side Effects of Ahaglow Face Wash:
Though Ahaglow is considered to be safe for the skin, although some people with sensitive skin may observe some side effects. Here is a comprehensive list of the side effects of this medicine. Go through the list and consult your doctor if you observe any of the following side effects:
- Redness or patchiness on the skin
- Worsening of the already developed constipation
- Erythema Multiforme
- Contact Dermatitis
- Burning of the skin
Common Dosage of Ahaglow Face Wash:
There is no fixed dosage of Ahaglow Face Wash. A thin layer or a pea size gel quantity is generally recommended to be used for the patients. However, the frequency of application, etc. depends on the skin condition, age, weight, the reaction of the skin to the first use of the face wash, etc. Use this in lesser quantity to avoid the pilling of the skin.
Composition and Nature of Ahaglow Face Wash:
There are three major ingredients of the Ahaglow Face Wash:
(a) Aloe Vera Topical
(b) Gel base Topical
(c) Vitamin E Topical
Apart from these, there are some secondary compositions also, like vitamins, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, amino acid, enzymes, etc.
There is another face wash named Ahaglow S, which contains Salicylic Acid.
How does Ahaglow Face Wash work?
As discussed earlier, the Ahaglow Facewash contains vitamins, minerals, sugars, saponins, enzymes, amino acids, and salicylic acids. All of these contents combine to protect the skin against any radiation damage. These contents also help in the healing of some existing chronic wounds also.
The presence of enzymes produces some anti-aging effect which helps to keep the skin young and radiant. The antibacterial properties of its content improve the wounds with excessive speed.
Warnings and Precautions – When to Avoid Ahaglow Face Wash?
There is no guarantee that this face wash is safe for all kinds of people. For some, this face wash is safe and very useful, while for some others it may prove useless or allergic. It is better to disclose before the doctor all your medical information like the medicines you are taking, allergy to any specific product, medical history (if any), etc.
Some precautions for this face wash usage are:
- This is not to be taken orally. This has to be topically applied on the skin.
- If you have some open wound, sunburned skin, cracked skin, etc. you must consult your doctor first.
- For the application, wash your hands before using this product and also wash hands after the use of the face wash.
- Cleaning and drying the area where this product needs to be applied is highly recommended.
- Do not use this product more than the recommended quantity, as it may result in pilling of the skin. The thinner layer is the best.
- Try to keep the foam or gel away from entering your nose, mouth or ear.
Substitutes for Ahaglow Face Wash:
There are not many known alternatives/substitutes for this product. Some of the known substitutes are:
- Dacne Foaming Face Wash Gel (Glenmark)
- Ahaglow Face Wash (Pschotropics India Limited)
Ahaglow Face Wash Interactions:
As Aloe Vera is one of the active components of this product, the face wash is vulnerable to interact with certain medicines. Some drugs with which this product interacts or may interact are:
1) Is it safe to use Ahaglow face wash during the pregnancy?
Ans: Actually, the content Aloe Vera Topical is not recommended to be used when someone is pregnant. It is better to consult your doctor if someone pregnant is planning to use this face wash.
2) Is it safe to use Ahaglow face wash for the breastfeeding mothers?
Ans: No, again the use of Ahaglow Face Wash is not recommended highly for breastfeeding mothers. It is always better for breastfeeding mothers to consult their doctor before using this face wash.
3) For which purposes is Ahaglow face wash used mostly by the people?
Ans: Most people use this product for control, prevention, and treatment of various skin disorders like skin irritation, burning, aging, itching, etc. But it is recommended that one must consult a doctor first before using this face wash for such purposes.
4) When can one expect to see the improvement in their condition after using Ahaglow skin Rejuvenating face wash gel?
Ans: The users have reported that they have seen the improvement in their condition on the same day or within one week of its use.
5) Can this gel be used anytime or if there is a particular time like at night, or in the morning?
Ans: No, there is no such decided time. The gel can be used anytime. But if your doctor directs you to something else, follow his advice.
6) Is the nature of the Ahaglow face wash addictive?
Ans: No, the nature of this face wash is not reported as addictive by any of its users, nor any of the government institutions have labeled it as addictive.
7) Can one stop using this Face wash whenever one likes to?
Ans: No. Consult your doctor first before stopping its consumption, or else you may have to face some rebound effect.
8) Is there any driving or heavy machinery operation warnings while using this face wash?
Ans: No, there is not any such warning. The general warning is that, if you feel dizzy, drowsy, head-heavy after applying the face wash, avoid driving or operating heavy machinery.
9) For how many times a day Ahaglow face wash must be used?
Ans: Twice a day is the most common frequency reported by its user. However, it may vary from patient to patient.