INIZIA IL black FRIDAY 3 |15% su tutto con il coupon 15alcubo | SCOPRI di più

Customer care
  • Foille Insects 0.5% Dermatological Cream 15g -46%

Foille Insects 0.5% Dermatological Cream 15g

5.35€ 9.90€
  • Purchase 3 items for 5.24€ each
  • Purchase 4 items for 5.14€ each
  • Purchase 5 items for 5.03€ each

Foille Insects 0.5%

Dermatological cream

Active principles

100 g of cream contain: Active substance: Hydrocortisone 0.5 g Excipients: cetyl alcohol. For a full list of excipients, see section 6.1.

excipients

Isopropanol, cetyl alcohol, stearyl alcohol, lanolin, monostearate PEG 1000 monostearate PEG 4000, PEG 6000 monostearate, bitter almond flavor and purified water.

Therapeutic indications

Insect bites, itching, rashes and eczema.

Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients. The hydrocortisone use is contraindicated in the case of viral infections, bacterial and fungal.

dosage

Rubbing lightly, spread the cream on the affected part in a thin layer, twice a day. Do not exceed the recommended dose.

Warnings and Precautions

Foille INSECTS should be used only for external use. Do not apply on mucous membranes. Avoid contact with eyes. In children under 2 years Foille INSECTS should be used only after consulting the doctor and assessing with him the individual risk / benefit case. It 'a good idea to avoid prolonged use of Foille INSECTS, particularly on large surfaces. The use, especially if prolonged, the products for topical use may give rise to phenomena of irritation or sensitization. In this case, you must stop the treatment and consult your doctor in order to appropriate therapy instituted. If appeared skin irritation is to discontinue treatment. After a short period of treatment without appreciable results consult your doctor. The cetyl alcohol, present as an excipient in Foille Insects, may cause local skin reactions (as, for example, contact dermatitis).

interactions

None are known.

Side effects

As with all topical preparations you may experience local sensitization reactions. In general, the topical application of corticosteroids does not determine clinical evidence of systemic absorption. When applied on large surfaces, or for prolonged periods of time, or on non-intact skin, or in the case of occlusive bandages, hydrocortisone can be absorbed in an amount sufficient to result in systemic effects.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

To be used under close medical supervision.

.