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Glizigen Spray_100763
Glizigen Spray_100763
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Glizigen Spray

Salt Composition : Aqua,glycyrrhizic Acid,polysorbate,propylene Glycol

Manufacturer : KSHIPRA HEALTH SOLUTIONS LLP

Origin of Medicine : India

MRP: 1990
Price :1890
You Save :100 (5%)

1 Bottle(s) Of 250gm

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Introduction to Glizigen Spray

Glizigen spray are skin-protectant drugs that contain the active ingredient Aqua, Glycyrrhizic Acid, Polysorbate, and Propylene Glycol. It is used to deodorize and refreshes the consequences of the aggressive actions of the detergents on the genital area. Aqua refers to the base of the spray, providing a liquid medium for the other ingredients. Glycyrrhizic acid is derived from licorice root and has anti-inflammatory and soothing properties. It can be used to reduce redness and irritation. Polysorbate is a surfactant and emulsifier that helps mix oil and water-based ingredients. It can be commonly used in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products to enhance the stability and consistency of formulations. Propylene glycol is a versatile ingredient used as a coolant and humectant in various personal care products. This helps to retain moisture, improve texture, and enhance absorption.

This spray is used for daily protection and hygiene in intimate areas. It relieves itching, irritation, and redness and provides a feeling of freshness throughout the day. It is also prescribed for genital warts that occur in sexually transmitted diseases. Genital warts are the non-cancerous presentation of the skin and its inner layers caused by human papillomavirus infection. It is one of the most common diseases that are sexually transmitted. Lesions might appear on the penis, vulva, scrotum, womb, urethra, anus, mouth, eyes, nose, and larynx. 

Talk to your physician if you have a history of hypersensitivity reactions. Don't use this spray if you are allergic to it or any other ingredients of this medicine. Don't splash the spray in your eyes while using it. Before taking Glizigen spray, notify your doctor if you are pregnant or planning for pregnancy or breastfeeding. Consult whether this spray is safe to use or not in such conditions.


Uses of Glizigen Spray

  • Genital warts

Therapeutic Effects of Glizigen Spray

Glizigen Spray interacts with viral proteins, resulting in the inactivation of virus particles outside the cell and preventing infectious particles from attacking the cells. This blocks the assembly of viral components and prevents replication of the virus.


Interaction of Glizigen Spray with other drugs

No known drug interactions exist between Glizigen spray when used in skincare products. These ingredients are generally considered safe for topical use, and there is no evidence to suggest that they interact with any medications when applied to the skin. It is necessary to consult with a healthcare provider or a dermatologist before using any new skincare products.


More Information about Glizigen Spray

  • Store the Glizigen spray in a cool and dry place.
  • Keep the spray out of sight and reach of children.

How to consume Glizigen Spray

It can be used for external purposes only. Do not spray on damaged or broken skin. If you develop any rash, stop using it and consult with your doctor immediately. Spray as often as prescribed by your physician. Be careful that the Glizigen spray should not be splashed in your eyes while using it. If any accidental contact occurs, wash your eyes immediately with cold water.


Safety Advices for Glizigen Spray

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Pregnancy

  

Notify your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to get pregnant before using Glizigen spray. Discuss whether this spray is safe to use or not during pregnancy. 

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Breast Feeding

  

If you are breastfeeding, get advice from your doctor before using Glizigen spray. 

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Lungs

  

It is unknown whether Glizigen spray are 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 Glizigen spray are safe to administer in 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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Alcohol

  

It is unknown whether drinking alcohol while using Glizigen spray is safe. Please speak with your physician.

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Driving

  

It is safe to drive vehicles or operate heavy machinery after using this Glizigen spray.


Side Effects of Glizigen Spray

Side effects are unwanted symptoms caused by medicines. Even though all drugs cause side effects, not everyone gets them. Glizigen Spray generally does not cause any side effects. However, if you experience unfamiliar symptoms after using this spray, consult your physician.


Word of Advice

It is highly advised to spray at least 8 inches away from the skin. Do not spray on broken, irritated, or itchy skin. Discontinue the Glizigen spray if you develop any rash, irritation, or discomfort. Keep the spray in a cool and dry place. 3 or 4 times of applications of this spray are enough per day. Do not use it if the plastic in the bottle's pump is broken or missing. Always read the product label and follow the manufacturer's instructions for use. Check the expiration date of the product before using it. Expired products may be less effective and cause skin irritation or other problems.


FAQs

Q 1. Is it okay to use Glizigen spray during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?

The effectiveness of Glizigen spray during pregnancy or breastfeeding has not been established. It is better to consult your healthcare provider before using the spray in such conditions.

Q 2. Can I use Glizigen spray?

Suppose you have a known allergy to this spray or any of its ingredients. In that case, you should avoid using it and consult your healthcare provider before using the Glizigen spray if you have any other medical conditions or are taking other medications.

Q 3. When should I stop using Glizigen spray?

Suppose you notice any side effect symptoms such as allergic reaction (hypersensitivity), severe skin itching, lumps on the skin, or swelling (face, lips, tongue, or throat). In that case, you should stop using the Glizigen spray and consult your healthcare provider immediately.

Q 4. Where should you avoid using the Glizigen spray?

It's important to avoid using the Glizigen spray on any broken, irritated, or infected skin and avoid getting it in your eyes or mouth.

Q 5. How long should Glizigen spray be used?

You must use Glizigen spray for the period your doctor recommends. Overusing the spray may raise the chance of side effects. Therefore, you should only take it for as long as is advised.

Q 6. How to use glizigen spray?

Hold the spray at least 8 inches away from your skin. Do not apply the spray on broken, irritated, or itchy skin. If you experience any rash, irritation, or discomfort, discontinue use immediately. Store the spray in a cool and dry place. Apply the spray 3 or 4 times daily without exceeding the recommended frequency. Check the pump's integrity; do not use it if the plastic in the bottle's pump is broken or missing. Always read the product label and follow the manufacturer's instructions for proper usage. Before spraying, check the expiration date to ensure effectiveness and safety.


Fact Box of Glizigen Spray

Molecule name: Aqua+Glycyrrhizic Acid+Polysorbate+ Propylene GlycolTherapeutic class: Skin protectants

Pharmacological class: 

1. Aqua-Solvents

2. Glycyrrhizic Acid-Hepatoprotectants

3. Polysorbate-Non-ionic surfactants

4. Propylene Glycol-Humectants

Indications: 

Genital warts


References

  1. Catalysis SL, [Revised on 22nd Mar 2018], [Accessed on 08th May 2023], https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=68090181-2e5b-8b37-e053-2991aa0af9d0&audience=consumer
  2. Jose Dominguez Gomez et al., Effectiveness of Glycyrrhizinic Acid (Glizigen) and an Immunostimulant (Viusid) to Treat Anogenital Warts, International Scholarly Research Network ISRN Dermatology, 2012, [Accessed on 08th May 2023], https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3431102/pdf/ISRN.DERMATOLOGY2012-863692.pdf
  3. Catalysis SL, [Accessed on 08th May 2023], https://www.catalysis.es/en/dermocosmetics/glizigen-product-line-protection-and-intimate-hygiene/
  4. Catalysis SL, [Accessed on 08th May 2023], https://depozitbio.ro/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Glizigen-Boli-Infectioase.pdf

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