ADDCURE 0.2% CREAM
HYALURONIC ACIDManufacturer : ADLEY FORMULATIONSOrigin of Medicine : India
Addcure 0.2% Cream contains hyaluronic acid, Calendula officinalis oil, almond oil, aloe vera extract, jojoba oil, green tea extract, vitamin E, and peppermint oil. This cream is used to decrease radiation-induced skin damage and promote healing. Hyaluronic acid protects the fibroblasts (plays a vital role in wound healing) from radiation damage and reduces the pain associated with radiation dermatitis. Aloe vera neutralizes the free radicals, reduces inflammation, and possesses antiseptic and cleansing properties. Calendula officinalis, vitamin E, and green tea extract have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory potential. Jojoba oil acts as a soothing agent. This cream is for external use only. Stop using this cream if any irritation occurs. In case the irritation persists, contact your dermatologist.
Uses of Addcure 0.2% Cream:
- Radiation dermatitis (radiation skin damage)
How Addcure 0.2% Cream works:
Addcure 0.2% Cream neutralizes the free radicals, reduces pain and swelling, and promotes the skin’s healing process.
Interactions with other drugs:
Inform your doctor about any medications you are taking or have taken before the treatment.
- Keep Addcure 0.2% Cream out of sight and reach of children.
- Store in a cool and dry place.
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How to use Addcure 0.2% Cream:
Always use Addcure 0.2% Cream exactly as your doctor has told you. This cream is for external use only.
Stop using this cream if any irritation occurs. In case the irritation persists, contact your dermatologist.
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