KAMILLOSAN ® Ointment, butylated hydroxytoluene, DIAPER DERMATITIS
pack size:40g Dosage form:ointment
Areas of application: Inflammation of the
skin and mucous membranes. If there is no improvement within 3 days or if there are signs of bacterial infection (e.g. skin lesions covered with pus), a doctor should be consulted.
Contains wool wax and butylated hydroxytoluene.
For KAMILLOSAN ointment, butylated hydroxytoluene, DIAPER DERMATITIS risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
MEDA Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, 61352 Bad Homburg.
KAMILLOSAN ® Ointment Relieves inflammation of the skin and mucous membranes • For small, inflamed wounds
• For inflammation in the area of the lips and oral mucosa
• For soreness and diaper rash in infants (from 4 weeks) and small children
• For inflammation in the anal and genital area
• For rough, dry, low-fat skin.
Natural help for the skin
Inflammation of the skin and itching can have a variety of causes. They can be of an infectious or allergic nature, caused by external irritation or the influence of your own body. Since Kamillosan ® has a beneficial effect on most of these causes, its use is recommended for a number of skin diseases. Kamillosan ®Ointment is a herbal medicinal product for external use in the case of inflammatory skin and mucous membrane changes and contains manzana chamomile, which is rich in active ingredients. It relieves inflammation and promotes wound healing in small inflammatory wounds or inflammation in the mouth and around the lips, such as brittle, cracked lips. It is also suitable for use as a nasal ointment for inflammation of the nasal mucosa caused by a cold or hay fever. Soreness and diaper rash are a common problem in infant care. Due to the delicate and sensitive children's skin, a particularly gentle and non-irritating treatment is required. Therefore, the use of Kamillosan ® has also become popular in infants from 4 weeks and small childrenointment proven. In addition, Kamillosan ® ointment is used for inflammation of the skin and mucous membranes in the anal and genital areas and for the supportive treatment of eczema, particularly in the case of rough, dry, low-fat skin.
Chamomile variety richest in active ingredients
Kamillosan ® ointment contains a dry extract of chamomile blossoms as an active ingredient. Kamillosan ®is the only chamomile extract obtained from Manzana chamomile, which is particularly rich in active ingredients. This variety was bred and patented specifically for Kamillosan. A special manufacturing process guarantees a consistently high content of active ingredients. Important to know: The quality of a chamomile extract depends largely on the original plant. The "real" or "common" chamomile has been known and valued as a medicinal plant since antiquity, and hardly any other native medicinal plant has as diverse healing effects as it. The Manzana chamomile clearly surpasses the chamomile used in other preparations in terms of its active ingredient content.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE:
Unless otherwise prescribed by the doctor, Kamillosan ®Ointment used as follows: Apply a thin layer to the affected skin/mucous membrane areas several times a day. The duration of use depends on the type, severity and course of the disease. Kamillosan ® ointment should not be used for more than 14 days without medical advice. DIAPER DERMATITIS
Diaper rash is one of the most common skin conditions in infants and young children. If diapers are not changed often enough, ammonia forms from the urine, which irritates the delicate skin on the baby's buttocks and causes it to become sore. The skin is then extensively reddened and inflamed, the bottom itches or hurts. The most important measure is to keep the buttocks dry, in particular by changing diapers frequently and, above all, immediately after defecation, and by careful drying after cleaning or bathing. In addition, Kamillosan ® ointment supports wound healing in diaper dermatitis.
INFLAMMATION IN THE ORAL SPACE
Inflammation in the mouth is often noticeable through pain when eating and bad breath. The mucous membrane is usually reddened and swollen, sometimes plaque is also visible. Causes can be incorrectly fitting dentures, poor oral hygiene or incorrect tooth position. Reduced salivation in old age, a weakened general condition, infectious diseases, vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, circulatory disorders, hormone fluctuations, smoking and increased alcohol consumption can also contribute to inflammation in the mouth. Usually several factors are involved in the development of an inflammation of the oral mucosa.
Common cold viruses or allergies are the main causes of colds. The nose itches, sneezing attacks occur, the nasal mucosa swells and makes it difficult to breathe through the nose. Because the nasal mucosa produces more secretions, you have to blow your nose frequently. Frequent blowing and blowing your nose not only irritates and inflames the mucous membrane inside the nose, but also the sensitive skin at the entrance to the nose. The nose is then red, sore and painful - a typical runny nose. Kamillosan ® ointment is recommended for the extra dose of care for colds: it relieves the soreness of the nose and protects the mucous membrane from damaging influences.
Frequently asked questions & answers
What happens when using Kamillosan ®ointment to consider?
If there is no improvement within 3 days or if there are indications of a bacterial infection (e.g. skin lesions covered with pus), a doctor should be consulted. Likewise, a doctor should always be consulted in the event of large skin wounds, burns or unclear acute skin problems. Kamillosan ® ointment should not be used in the eye area due to the risk of irritation. If Kamillosan ® ointment is used in the genital or anal area, the auxiliary agent Vaseline can lead to a reduction in tear resistance if latex condoms are used at the same time. This can affect the safety of condoms.
What to do if a larger amount than recommended is used? No case of overdose has been reported in
connection with the use of Kamillosan ® ointment.
Are interactions with other medicines known?
No interactions with other drugs are known to date.