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Topical Anti-Infectives works by decreasing bacteria levels and increasing the sloughing off of skin cells. Azelaic acid interferes with bacteria's reproduction and thus decreases the number of bacteria that causes acne. Azelaic acid also helps reduce skin inflammation. The primary use of anti-infectives (which include Antimicrobial Agents medications), is to kill or inhibit the growth of organisms such as bacteria, parasites or fungi, thus limiting infection. Anti-infective agents that are too toxic to be used systemically (such as bleach or antiseptics medications) are not included in the Medicine Guide at this time.



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