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Addcure 0.2% Cream

Salt Composition : Hyaluronic Acid

Manufacturer : ADLEY FORMULATIONS

Origin of Medicine : India

MRP: 2150
Price :1869
You Save :281 (13%)

1 Tube Of 100gm


Introduction to Addcure 0.2% Cream

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. It is an advanced formulated cream used to treat radiation-induced skin damage. Hyaluronic acid protects the fibroblasts (vital 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.

Speak with you if you are allergic to addcure 0.2% cream, hyaluronic acid, or any of the ingredients in them. If you notice a rash, it's important to discontinue use and consult a doctor promptly. Avoid applying it on damaged or broken skin and eyes to prevent adverse reactions. These guidelines will help you use radiocare cream effectively while prioritizing your skin health and safety.


Uses of Addcure 0.2% Cream

  • Radiation dermatitis (radiation skin damage)

Therapeutic Effects of Addcure 0.2% Cream

Addcure 0.2% Cream neutralizes the free radicals, reduces pain and swelling, and promotes the skin's healing process for patients who are undergoing the radiation therapy.


Interaction of Addcure 0.2% Cream with other drugs

Inform your doctor about any prescribed medications, over-the-counter medicines, nutritional or vitamin supplements, and herbal products you take or have taken before the treatment. Certain medications may interact with addcure 0.2% cream and can cause undesirable side effects.


More Information about Addcure 0.2% Cream

  • Protect from freezing
  • Store at 25°C.
  • Keep children away from the sight and reach of this medication.

How to consume Addcure 0.2% Cream

Addcure 0.2% cream is for external use only. Use the cream as recommended by your physician to get the best result. Don't apply it before and after 2 hours of radiation therapy.


Safety Advices for Addcure 0.2% Cream

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Pregnancy

  

It is unknown whether addcure 0.2% cream is harmful to the unborn baby. Notify your healthcare professional if you are pregnant or planning to have a baby think you may be pregnant.

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Breast Feeding

  

It is unknown whether addcure 0.2% cream is excreted in breast milk. So, before starting the treatment, inform your doctor if you are breastfeeding. Consult your doctor for more information.

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Lungs

  

It is unknown whether addcure 0.2% cream is safe for patients with lung problems. Inform your physician if you have any lung disease before starting the treatment. Contact your doctor if you experience any lung-related symptoms.

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Liver

  

It is unknown whether addcure 0.2% cream is safe for patients with liver problems. Inform your physician if you have any liver disease before starting the treatment. Contact your doctor if you experience any liver-related symptoms.

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Alcohol

  

It is unknown whether it is safe to consume alcohol under medication. So, it is recommended to consult your doctor before taking medicine.

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Driving

  

It is unknown whether the addcure 0.2% cream alters driving ability. However, if you experience side effects like tiredness or drowsiness, avoid driving and using machines.


Side Effects of Addcure 0.2% Cream

Side effects are unwanted symptoms caused by medicines. Even though all medicines cause side effects, not everyone gets them.

Addcure 0.2% cream is generally safe to consume and is not associated with significant side effects. However, consult your dietician if you experience any unfamiliar side effects.


Word of Advice

It is advised to consult your doctor immediately if you have severe irritation. Do not rub your skin. It might cause irritation, and avoid direct contact with the eye. Do not use it on damaged or broken skin. Ensure the cream is kept out of reach of children to guarantee their safety if you feel skin or eye irritation. Stop using it and clean your eyes with water. Wash your hand before and after using the cream to avoid complications caused by the cream. Consult your doctor for further information.


FAQs

Q 1. Can I use addcure 0.2% cream if I have skin problems or infection?

No, it is recommended to consult before using the addcure 0.2% cream if you have a skin problem.

Q 2. Can I apply addcure 0.2% cream 2 hours before the radiation?

Addcure 0.2% cream is for external use only. Use the cream as recommended by your physician to get the best result. Don't apply it before and after 2 hours of radiation therapy.

Q 3. Can I take addcure 0.2% cream if I am allergic to hyaluronic acid?

Speak with you if you are allergic to addcure 0.2% cream, hyaluronic acid, or any of the ingredients present in them.

Q 4. What is the use of addcure 0.2% cream?

Addcure 0.2% cream is an advanced formulated cream used to treat radiation-induced skin damage.


Fact Box of Addcure 0.2% Cream

Molecule name: Hyaluronic acid

Therapeutic class: Cosmetics

Pharmacological class: Cosmetics 

Indications: Radiation dermatitis (radiation skin damage)


References

  1. Nehal Mohamed Elmashad et al; Efficacy of Topical Hyaluronic acid during adjuvant Breast Cancer Radiotherapy for radiation dermatitis prophylaxis; Published on 2015; Accessed on 30/12/2023; https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nehal-El-Mashad/publication/289254029_Efficacy_of_topical_hyaluronic_acid_during_adjuvant_breast_cancer_radiotherapy_for_radiation_dermatitis_prophylaxis/links/58416d1508ae2d21756133d1/Efficacy-of-topical-hyaluronic-acid-during-adjuvant-breast-cancer-radiotherapy-for-radiation-dermatitis-prophylaxis.pdf
  2. Ck Kokate, AP Purohit, SB Gokhale, Pharmacognosy, Drugs containing Glycosides, 55th edition, 2018, 9.15.
  3. Khanna, Nehal R et al; Radiation dermatitis:Review article; Published on 2016; Accessed on 30/12/2023; https://journals.lww.com/ijob/fulltext/2013/21010/Radiation_dermatitis__An_overview.6.aspx

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