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Pack containing 30ml of Zineryt powder and solvent for cutaneous solution

Don't put up with acne. Get Zineryt and fight your acne with a combination of antibiotics and zinc. Stop the growth of acne bacteria and help heal damaged skin.

Please note, we can only prescribe Zineryt if you are pregnant and/or breastfeeding.

If you would like to request acne treatment, complete a short health assessment and your online doctor will check your request. If it's right for you, they will approve your treatment and we'll post it to your door with free delivery.

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How to use Zineryt

  • Zineryt is supplied in a bottle with a special applicator pad protected by a cap
  • Remove the cap just before use
  • The pad makes it easier to apply Zineryt to the affected area
  • Unscrew the protective cap on the bottle and hold it upside down
  • Place pad against the skin
  • Spread the Zineryt solution to the affected area of the skin including the surrounding skin
  • If you apply too much solution you can dab it off with a piece of tissue

Side effects

Like all medications, there is always a possibility you may experience side effects or have an allergic reaction. Symptoms of allergic reaction may include:

  • rash
  • itching
  • swelling of your: Mouth, Face, Lips, Tongue
  • difficulty breathing
  • temporary stinging
  • redness of skin

Getting a rash – if you experience a painful rash or burning after applying Zineryt which doesn’t ease after a few hours or gets progressively worse each time you use it, you should stop using it immediately and seek medical advice.

What to do about side effects – if you experience any side effects after using Zineryt, you should consult your doctor, pharmacist or nurse for advice. If it’s an emergency and you or someone you know is having difficulty breathing you should dial 999.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Kathryn Basford

Dr Kathryn Basford is an IMC and GMC registered GP who works with our Irish team here at ZAVA. She graduated from the University of Manchester and completed her GP training at Whipps Cross Hospital in London.

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Last reviewed: 10 May 2019