There are drugs that combine benzoyl peroxide with topical clindamycin. Others combine topical clindamycin with a retinoid. If you are seeing a physician for the treatment of acne, he or she can help you decide if topical clindamycin will be component of your anti-acne regimen. Of note, topical clindamycin is generally considered safe for pregnant and breast-feeding patients.
Mild Acne - Moderate Acne - Severe (Cystic) Acne - Hormonal Acne - Acne During Pregnancy - Acne & Breastfeeding - Retinol - Anti-acne Cleanser - Anti-acne Toner - Benzoyl Peroxide - Zinc Monomethionine & Fish Oil - Pimple Spot Treatment - Blemish Treatment - Scar Treatment - Sunscreen - Moisturizer - Avoiding Exacerbators - Comedogenic Ingredient List - Azelaic Acid - Birth Control Pills - Clindamycin - Doxycycline - Isotretinoin - iPledge - Spironolactone - Minocycline - Bactrim (SMX/TMP)