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Background and Date of Approval
Aloe vera+glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate belongs to the pharmacological class of Anti-inflammatory agents.
Mechanism of Action of undefined
Aloe vera+glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate is thought to work by a combination of mechanisms, including its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and moisturizing properties. The active ingredients in this medication, such as aloe vera extract, calendula oil, and pentamidine, are thought to help reduce redness, itching, and pain associated with radiation-induced dermatitis and other skin conditions.
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Aloe Vera+Glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate is used to treat Radiation-Induced dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, scabies, and contact dermatitis. This medication can also be used to help prevent skin infections.
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Aloe vera+glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate is a topical medication that is applied to the skin. It is not intended to be taken by mouth or injected. This medication is applied to the affected area of the skin twice a day. Using the lotion as directed is important to get the best results.
Warnings, Precautions and Side Effects of undefined
A severe allergic reaction can occur with Aloe Vera+Glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate and can be life-threatening. Symptoms of a severe allergic reaction can include hives, swelling, difficulty breathing, and rash. This medication can make skin infections worse. It can also cause contact dermatitis in some people. This medication can also cause other side effects, such as burning, stinging, and itching.
If you experience any of these symptoms, like hives, swelling, difficulty breathing, and rash, stop using Aloe Vera+Glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate and seek immediate medical attention. If you have a skin infection, talk to your doctor before this medication. If you develop contact dermatitis while using Aloe Vera+Glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate, stop and see a doctor immediately. If you experience any side effects, stop using this medication and talk to your doctor.
Possible side effects of Aloe Vera+Glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate include mild skin irritation, which is the most common and typically resolves within a few days. Some users may experience initial burning or sting upon application, which usually subsides within minutes. Allergic reactions are rare but may manifest as hives, swelling, breathing difficulties, or a rash. In such cases, discontinuing the lotion and consulting a doctor are advised. Additionally, the lotion might exacerbate skin infections, requiring those with such infections to consult a doctor before use.
Word Of Advice
If you have an open wound or infected skin, talk to your doctor before using Aloe Vera+Glycerin+Niacinamide+Alkyl Ester+Sodium Benzoate. This medication can irritate the eyes. If it happens, and gets in your eyes, rinse them with water immediately and seek medical attention if the irritation persists. If you experience any side effects such as skin irritation, burning, and stinging, stop usingthis medication and talk to your doctor. This medication may interact with other medications. If you are taking any other medications, talk to your doctor before using this medication. Use this medication as directed by the health care professional. Do not use more than the recommended amount.
Frequently Asked Question
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