BANIVAL cream monodosi application:
Affect balanitis, balanoposthitis, phimosis due to balanoposthitis, regardless of the cause.
BANIVAL cream monodosi Ingredients : OZOILE® (Stable ozonides with vitamin E acetate), tea tree leaf oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia), sodium hyaluronate, white wax (Cera Alba).
For the prevention, maintenance and treatment of pathologies of the skin and mucous membranes occurring with inflammation, irritation, redness, itching, burning and peeling caused by pathogenic factors.
- Quickly and effectively controls inflammation.
- Stable Ozonides regulate the production of proinflammatory cytokines and interleukins in both the acute and chronic phases. They inhibit cyclooxygenesis and thus rapidly reduce the concentration of prostaglandins. They lower serotonin and histamine levels by activating the catabolic enzymes MAO and DAO.
- Stimulates tissue regeneration.
- The regenerating and healing effect of the tissues is enhanced by the relevant properties of Hyaluronic acid and Cera alba.
- Disinfects the glans penis.
- The antibacterial, fungicidal and virustatic action is potentiated by tea tree oil and Cera alba oil.
BANIVAL cream monodosi Dosage and method of administration:
It is recommended to clean the affected area with Idrozoil before applying Banival.
Apply morning and evening on the affected areas for 5 days.
The period of treatment depends on the speed of the therapeutic response.
BANIVAL cream monodosi More information:
Balanitis and balanoposthitis
It is an inflammatory disease manifested by pain and intense itching in the head area of the penis.
The cause of the disease are pathogenic microorganisms or mechanical trauma to the head of the member. Pathogenic flora can get on the penis from a violation of hygiene rules; and mechanical trauma can result from wearing tight and uncomfortable underwear. Another, less common factor in the development of the disease is the use of external means in the area of the head of the penis, chemicals that irritate the skin. Balanitis and balanoposthitis are contiguous diseases with similar pathogenesis. As a rule, they are inseparable from each other in the clinical course.