Foille Sun Cream 30g Dermatology
- Brand: VEMEDIA MANUFACTURING B.V.
- Product Code: 027546011
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100 g of cream contain: Active ingredients: benzyl alcohol, 4 g - Benzocaine 5 g - 0.4 g chloroxylenol. Excipients: cetyl alcohol. 100 g of spray contains: Active ingredients: benzyl alcohol, 4 g - Benzocaine 5 g - 0.6 g chloroxylenol. For a full list of excipients, see section 6.1.
Cream: stearic acid, cetyl alcohol, glycerin, mineral oil, isopropyl palmitate and stearate, polysorbate 60, cocoa butter, triethanolamine, carbomer 974P, sorbitan tristearate, methyl p-hydroxybenzoate, eugenol, propyl p-hydroxybenzoate, butylated, purified water . Spray: 96% ethanol, glucam P 20 (PPG 20 methylglucose ether), ammonium spirit, glycerol, propylene glycol.
Minor burns, sunburn, skin irritations from various chemical and physical agents, insect bites. In the dressing of bruises, abrasions and superficial skin wounds.
Hypersensitivity to the active substances or to any of the excipients. The product is not usable for ophthalmic use.
Cream: apply the cream in a thin, uniform layer, directly on the lesion. In the case of circumscribed lesions should - following the application of the cream - then cover with sterile gauze, kept moist with additional external applications and wrap carefully. The dressing should not be removed until 48 hours, in order not to disturb the granulation process. In certain cases the initial dressing should not be removed and changed also for a greater period of time, it being however kept well moistened gradually with Foille SUN. It is recommended not to exceed a maximum of 4 applications per day, in both adults and children. Spray: In case of more extensive lesions, it is preferable to use the spray. When using Foille SUN cutaneous spray solution, it is necessary to strictly observe the following instructions: 1- shake the can and then remove the protective cap; 2- direct the hole of the dispensing valve towards the area to be treated keeping it at a distance of about a foot. 3- press the delivery valve. It is recommended not to exceed a maximum of 4 applications per day, both in adults than in children.
Warnings and Precautions
Foille SUN is for external use only and should only be used on superficial lesions of the skin and not extended, and for short periods of time. In the case of deep wounds, and insect bites spread, or serious burns or minor burns particularly extensive, always consult your doctor before using the product. If the morbid condition for which this preparation is used persists longer, if irritation occurs, if the redness, swelling or pain persists or if you have an infection, discontinue use and consult your doctor. Do not apply in the vicinity of the eyes. Do not spray on naked flame or incandescent material. Do not breathe: the continuous inhalation of Foille SUN sprays can induce the occurrence of vertigo and dizzy spells, typical of any aerosol product. The use, especially if prolonged, the product may result in sensitization. In this case it should immediately discontinue treatment and institute appropriate therapy. The efficacy and safety of benzocaine depend on a correct dosage. Therefore, it is necessary to use the minimum quantity of product sufficient to achieve the desired effect, applying it with caution in patients with severely damaged mucous membranes and seat of inflammatory processes that may lead to an excessive absorption of this active principle. Do not use the product in children less than 6 months; it is recommended the administration only after consulting your doctor between 6 months and 2 years of age. Foille SUN skin spray contains the excipient ethanol (ethyl alcohol). For those who perform sporting activities, the use of medicines containing ethyl alcohol can cause positive doping tests in relation to the blood alcohol concentration limits indicated by some sports federations. The presence of cetyl alcohol, methyl p-hydroxybenzoate and propyl p-hydroxybenzoate, such as the ingredients of the formulation in cream, and propylene glycol as an excipient in the spray formulation, it may be responsible for localized cutaneous reactions (including delayed type). The presence of butylated excipient which the cream formulation may be responsible for localized cutaneous reactions (eg. Contact dermatitis) or irritation to the eyes and mucous membranes.
None are known.
The use of the products for topical use, especially if prolonged, can give rise to sensitization phenomena. In this case, discontinue treatment and institute appropriate therapy. Rarely has a high absorption of benzocaine can cause serious reactions (increase in methemoglobin, with the appearance of cyanosis), especially in children and the elderly, who require timely hospital treatment.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding