Acnizil™ is a new first-line therapy product for mild to severe acne. It is made from a proprietary silver solution. It is a treatment alternative to salicylic acid, benzyl peroxide, and antibiotics. Patients will appreciate a non-antibiotic therapy that has no side effects. Physicians appreciate effective physician dispense that enhance patient retention and generates revenue.
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Ingredients: Proprietary Silver Solution, Triethalomine (TEA), Carbomer
Directions for Use:
Step 1 - Wash skin with mild cleansing agent, rinse thoroughly, and pat dry. Click here to view our silver-based facial and body wash ».
Step 2 - Apply Acnizil™ to skin daily in AM and PM and allow to dry. Can be used under makeup.
Indications: Acnizil™ is indicated for use on mild, moderate and severe acne.
Safety/Contraindications: There are no contraindications due to the active ingredient silver, which in its purest form, has a very low allergenic probability.
1) Does Acnizil™ require a prescription?
2) Are there any clinicals supporting the efficacy of this product?
3) Is Acnizil™ sold in stores or online?
4) What therapies can Acnizil™ be combined with?
5) How often do you use Acnizil™?
6) Can I wear makeup?
Answer: No. Acnizil's formulation is based on a time-tested and medically accepted ingredient, silver, that is topically delivered non-systemically and is not absorbed in the bloodstream. It kills P. acnes bacteria by means of mechanical, not chemical action.
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Answer: ATS Labs had produced a Kill Time Study report by that demonstrates Acnizil™'s clinical proven capacity to kill the P. acnes bacteria immediately and continuously. Click here to download ATS Labs PDF »
Answer: No. Acnizil is only available to consumers from their physician, who can purchase this practice builder exclusively through Henry Schein.
Answer: Acnizil can be used alone or combined with any acne treatment medication (including retinoids) for more challenging cases.
Answer: Acnizil should be applied at night after cleansing the skin and can be reapplied in the morning after cleansing the skin.
Answer: Yes. Acnizil can be applied as a base under your makeup. Just apply it and let it dry before applying any foundation or makeup.
"Acne is very common during pregnancy but there are very few safe treatment options as many prescription and over the counter products should not be taken while pregnant. Acnizil is a great alternative to antibiotics. It is a safe and effective way for patients to manage acne while they are pregnant."
Michael Swor, MD, OB/GYN
"I use Acnizil for 1st line treatment, prevention and flare ups. Patients have responded well and appreciate a more natural approach."
Todd Horiuchi, MD, Internal Medicine
"Acne is always a challenge. Acnizil can help with mild and moderate cases, and can be safely combined with retinoids for more severe acne."
Ursula Gilliar MD, Skin Specialist
Acnizil™ can be sold directly to patients from the office. When the practice orders a minimum of 12 units (8560011), they receive complimentary registration information to be added to the "Provider Locator" on www.acnizil.com and receive an Acnizil™ marketing package which includes:
Review Targeted Practice Posters Based on Your Patient Demographics:
Female Adult | Female Teen | Male Teen | Obstetric Patient
No Risk All Reward:
We guarantee that if you purchase at least one box of 12 tubes of Acnizil™ and are unhappy with how Acnizil™ sells in your practice or are dissatisfied with the clinical outcomes, Presidium Labs will provide you a full refund on any unsold and unopened tubes. All we ask is that you make an honest effort for 6 months to recommend Acnizil for your patients with Acne. Click here for details »
Clinical Study| Articles of Interest:
Click Here to download: ATS Labs Kill Time Study »
Click Here to Read: Topical Acne Products Can Cause Dangerous Side Effects »
Click Here to Read: Antibiotic Overuse a "Huge Threat" to Patient Safety, Says CDC »
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