Dexpanthenol 30 ml Cream
What dexpanthenol is used for:
It is used for treating and preventing nappy rash, soreness, skin redness, and for protection against wet nappies. Also used for care of the breasts while breastfeeding and for treating sore nipples and for the prevention and treatment of sore and chapped skin, and is used for treating overstressed and irritated but intact skin associated with: redness and sunburn, pressure marks, mild burns, rough areas of skin (e.g. on the hands, elbows or feet)
Dexpanthenol is converted in the skin into the vitamin pantothenic acid and supports the development and regeneration of the skin from within. The cream has a soothing and cooling effect thanks to its high moisture content.
Do not use dexpanthenol:
If you are allergic to one or more of the ingredients.
Warnings and precautions:
No special precautions are required provided it is used for the directed purpose. Inform your doctor, pharmacist or druggist if you: suffer from any other illnesses, have allergies or, are taking or externally applying any other medicines.
Possible side effects:
Stop using the product and seek immediate medical attention if you develop throat tightness or swelling of the eyes, face, lips or tongue, feel faint, or have difficulty breathing. Stop using the product if you develop hives or itching of the face or body.
Other medicines and dexpanthenol:
How to use dexpanthenol:
Repair of skin in superficial wounds of any kind and the prevention of chafed or split skin: apply one or more times daily, as needed.
Breast care: In nursing mothers: apply ointment to nipples after each breast feeding.
Infant care: Apply at each nappy (diaper) change.
Apply one or more times daily as directed by a physician, for cervical erosions.
How to store dexpanthenol:
Do not store at a temperature higher than 25°C.
Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children.
Do not use this medicine after the expiry date which is stated on the package. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.
Do not throw away any medicines via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how to throw away medicines you no longer use.
A valid prescription should be available upon delivery