- For bruises and edema - gel Altaziaja 10mg / 1g. This is a medicinal product containing aluminum acetate. The gel applied topically to the skin shows anti-erosive and astringent effects.
Active substance - Aluminum acetate (1g gel contains 10mg of active substance) and adjuvants: menthol, ethyl parahydroxybenzoate, propyl parahydroxybenzoate, 96% ethanol, carbomer, triethanolamine, purified water.
Aluminum acetate is an astringent and anti-osteo - arthritic active, which helps to alleviate the symptoms of bruises and post-traumatic edema. In addition, the Altaziaja medicinal product contains menthol, which has a cooling effect and thus reduces pain within the inflammatory zone.
Medicinal product Altazia 10 mg / g gel indicated for topical use in case of bruises, post-traumatic and joint edema, and also in first grade burns.
Altaziaja Additional Information:
Keep out of the reach of children at room temperature. For pregnant women and nursing mothers, medical consultation is necessary. Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes (when it comes to such contact, wash thoroughly with water). The content of ethyl parahydroxybenzoate and propyl parahydroxybenzoate in the drug may cause allergic reactions (possible late-type reactions).
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any gel component. Do not use on extensive, open wounds, on infected or diseased skin. Do not use in children under 3 years of age.
During treatment with Altaziaja gel, undesirable effects may occur in the form of local skin reactions. Intensive applications can cause skin maceration. In case of hypersensitivity reactions, granulomatous, erythematous, follicular reactions may occur. In patients with severe renal failure, there is an increased risk of hyperaluminitis and hypophosphataemia.
Topical application is recommended as directed in the leaflet or doctor's directions. Apply a small amount of gel to the area of pain, it is recommended to use in the form of packs. Application frequency: 3-4 times a day. If you do not have any improvement, ask your doctor for help.