D-panthenol, instructions for use
Along with the baby cream the most popularD-panthenol is the child care product. Instructions for use, like the cream itself, should be in the arsenal of any young mother. D-panthenol is usually released in various forms. Most often, ointment and cream. In comparison with cream, the ointment contains a large amount of fat, its consistency is thicker and more viscous, so it is often applied to dry skin. The cream is applied to the wetting surfaces and open wounds, it is easily absorbed and does not remain on the surface. In addition to cream and ointment D-panthenol can be found in the form of an aerosol and emulsion for external use. Aerosol can be useful for a large area of damage, or in cases where the application of the cream causes unpleasant, painful sensations. D-panthenol candles are not available.
D-panthenol cream, instruction and pharmacological action:
Cream or ointment improves the regeneration of tissues, theirused for external use. Dexapanthinol, which is the main active substance, is a derivative of pantothenic acid. This acid is one of the components of coenzyme A and participates in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, in the processes of acetylation. It stimulates the metabolism of cells, accelerates the regeneration of the skin and mucous membranes. Pantothenic acid is necessary for the normal functioning of the epithelium. Ointment applied to the tissue, compensates for its local shortage in the place of damage to the skin. It accelerates mitosis, has an anti-inflammatory effect, increases the strength of collagen fibers and restores the cellular metabolism
D-panthenol, instructions, indications for use:
The cream can be used as a healing agent for the nipples of a nursing woman, in the event that the child dissolves them to cracks. An additional plus - it does not need to be washed off before feeding.
The cream can be used in infants with pediatric dermatitis, if irritation appears after X-ray or solar radiation, as a prophylactic against diaper rash.
The cream is used as a disinfectant andhealing remedy for any damage to the skin: chemical and thermal burns, cuts, scratches, abrasions, bedsores, postoperative wounds, skin grafts, etc.
It is used as a means to neutralize the adverse effects of the environment - for example, cold, humidity, heat.
D-panthenol, instructions, contraindications:
Contraindications for the use of a cream or ointment - increased sensitivity to the components that make up the drug.
Possible side effect is an allergic reaction.
D-panthenol, instructions and method of application:
Cream or ointment is applied to the damaged area from2 to 4 times a day (if necessary, you can and more often) lightly rubbing. Before application to the infected surface, the damaged area should be pretreated with an antiseptic. Aerosol is sprayed evenly 15-20 cm from the damaged surface.
Breast pads are applied after bathing, changing a diaper or before swaddling.
Side effect was not observed when appliedby indications and in recommended doses. The only thing to remember: apply ointment for hard-to-heal skin grafts and trophic ulcers should be after preliminary consultation with the doctor and under his supervision.
D-panthenol, instructions: overdose and drug interactions.
Cases of overdose with D-panthenol were not detected. Interactions with other drugs have not been described.
Store the cream for not more than a year and a half (ointment not more than 2 years) in a dark place at a temperature of no higher than 25 degrees.