Manufacturer of Medical Gels

An inclusive range of medical gels are manufactured and supplied in multiple-use tubes. Our pharmaceutical gels encompass antibacterial, anti-flammatory, analgesic and antifungal pharmacological properties for use as a topical medication.
Medical Gels
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Ciclopirox Olamine Cream/Gel/Solution
Diclofenac Diethylamine Gel
Diclofenac Sodium Gel/Spray
Erythromycin Gel/Solution/Eye Ointment
Ganciclovir Eye Gel
Ibuprofen Gel
Ketoconazole Cream/Gel
Lidocaine HCL Cream/Ointment/Gel/Solution
Miconazole Nitrate Cream/Oral Gel/Spray
Povidone Iodine Solution/Ointment/Gel
Terbinafine HCL Cream/Gel/Spray
Topical semi-solid gels manufactured for the pharmaceutical industry


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Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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What are Medical Gels?

Medical Gels are topical medications formulated as semi-solid substances and designed for skin application. They have pharmacological properties such as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antifungal actions, making them effective for treating various skin conditions and providing localized relief.

The gel-like consistency of topical gels allows for easy application and absorption into the skin, providing a cooling and soothing sensation upon contact. Gels have a high water content, which can help hydrate the skin and promote moisture retention, making them beneficial for dry or dehydrated skin conditions.

Medical gels are often non-greasy and lightweight, which makes them suitable for use in various climates and for individuals with oily or combined skin types. They are typically designed to be quickly absorbed into the skin without leaving a residue. Medical professionals can recommend specific gels based on the individual's condition, ensuring the appropriate pharmacological properties are targeted for optimal therapeutic effects.

What are Medical Gels used for?

What is the purpose of Medical Gels?

Medical Gels are commonly utilized for their antibacterial properties to treat infections, anti-inflammatory properties to reduce inflammation, and analgesic properties to alleviate pain. They can also be used for their antifungal actions to combat fungal infections and promote healing in various skin conditions.

Can Medical Gels be used on open wounds or cuts?

Topical gels are generally not recommended for use on open wounds or deep cuts unless specifically instructed by a healthcare professional. It's important to follow proper wound care guidelines, which may involve cleaning the wound and applying appropriate dressings or ointments designed for wound healing.

Can Medical Gels be used alongside other topical medications?

The use of multiple topical medications, including medical gels, should be done under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Some gels may have interactions with other topical medications, leading to potential adverse effects or reduced efficacy. A healthcare provider should be consulted to ensure compatibility and avoid any potential adverse interactions.

Can Medical Gels be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?

During pregnancy or while breastfeeding, it is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before using any medications, including medical gels.

How often should Medical Gels be applied?

The frequency of application for medical gels varies based on the specific product and the condition being treated. It's essential to follow the instructions provided on the packaging or as prescribed by a healthcare professional. Overapplication can lead to potential side effects or skin irritation.

Are there side effects associated with the use of Medical Gels?

Like all medications, medical gels can have potential side effects, though they are generally well-tolerated when used as directed. Some common side effects might include redness, itching, or a burning sensation at the application site. If any severe or unexpected reactions occur, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional immediately.

Types of Medical Gels

  • Antibacterial gels contain active ingredients that help eliminate or inhibit the growth of bacteria on the skin's surface, aiding in the treatment and prevention of bacterial infections.
  • Anti-inflammatory gels are designed to reduce inflammation, anti-inflammatory gels provide relief from conditions such as sunburn, insect bites, or skin irritations by soothing and calming the affected area.
  • Analgesic gels are formulated to alleviate pain and discomfort, providing localized relief for muscle aches, joint pain, sprains, or minor injuries.
  • Antifungal gels target and eliminate fungi that cause fungal infections, such as athlete's foot or ringworm, helping to alleviate itching, redness, and discomfort.
  • Wound healing gels promote wound healing by providing a moist environment and delivering active ingredients that aid in tissue repair, reducing the risk of infection and promoting faster healing.
  • Cooling gels provide a soothing and cooling sensation upon application, offering relief from sunburn, minor burns, or hot, irritated skin.
  • Scar-reducing gels are formulated to reduce the appearance of scars by promoting collagen synthesis and helping to improve the texture and color of the scarred area.
  • Moisturizing gels are designed to hydrate and nourish the skin, improving moisture balance and leaving the skin feeling smooth and supple.
  • Acne treatment gels contain ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to target acne-causing bacteria, reduce inflammation, and unclog pores, aiding in the treatment and prevention of acne breakouts.

List of common Medical Gels

Medical gels offer a versatile and efficient way to deliver medications and treatments, particularly when targeting specific skin or eye conditions. This compilation of medical gels encompasses a range of therapeutic applications, from pain relief to ocular Care:

- Diclofenac Diethylamine Gel (DicloCare™) - Erythromycin Gel (ErythroCare™) - Ganciclovir Eye Gel (GaciCare™) - Ibuprofen Gel (IbuCare™) - Ketoconazole (KetoCare™) - Lidocaine HCL (LidoCare™)

Some other types of frequently used medical gels include aloe vera gel, acne gels, and a range of antibacterial gels. The diversity of medical gels showcased here underscores the significance of this dosage form in providing targeted relief and Care for various conditions. By offering localized treatment and direct application, medical gels contribute to more efficient and effective therapeutic outcomes.

Why are we a leading Medical Gels manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma is an established pharmaceutical manufacturer of Medical Gels, renowned for its dedication to delivering value to medical distributors. With a broad range of over 500 branded pharmaceuticals, including various medicated topical gels, our distributors can meet the demands of hospitals, pharmacies and institutions that require effective treatments for dermatological conditions.

Our manufacturing facilities in China, India and the USA strictly adhere to rigorous Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) regulations. We conduct regular internal and third-party facility audits to ensure that our medical gel products consistently meet and exceed industry standards.

Our commitment to manufacturing quality-assured, yet cost-effective medicated topical gel products is backed by a proven track record spanning 20 years. We value strong and collaborative relationships with our pharmaceutical distributors, working closely together to achieve sustainable growth and success in the marketplace while ensuring the needs of healthcare professionals are met.