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Ethyl Acrylate Uses
How do I treat methyl acrylate which has been spilt on my skin (gel nail polish) and given me a major rash?!
Topical steroid : A contact dermatitis is most commonly treated with a topical steroid cream or ointment. If there are any crusted or blistered areas, a topical antibiotic such as Mupirocin is also used frequently. Finally, if it is severe, a course of oral steroid is sometimes necessary. See a dermatologist for appropriate prescription treatment. Over the counter Hydrocortisone is not strong enough in most cases. ...Read more
I just bought Benzac (benzoyl peroxide) AC 5% BP and i saw Acrylates Copolymer which release glycerin to moisturize dry skin so does BP moisturize face and get rid acne?
What does potassium acrylates copolymer do to your hair? Is it bad using it for a long time? It's in johnson's shampoo new formula.
Ethanol: Ethanol (topical and injection): Antiseptic, nerve or ganglion block, replenishment of fluid and carbohydrate calories, septal ablation for HOCM, treatment of methanol or ethylene glycol overdose. Drinking alcohol may offer some health benefits, especially for your heart. On the other hand, alcohol may increase your risk of health problems and damage your heart. ...Read more
When taking flagyl, the products I use can't have alcohol in them, does that mean anything containing ethyl/ethanol as well?
Yes: Macrolide antibiotics like ees (erythromycin ethyl succinate) will be safe. But if your allergic reaction was some time ago, you may want to consider seeing an allergist for pcn testing. Skin testing is now very accurate. You may have outgrown your pcn allergy, or may have even been misdiagnosed, which happens often. ...Read more
I know this is the weirdest question ever but... Can someone use hand sanitizer with 70% ethyl alcohol to wipe themselves with after a bowel movement ?
All the way to drunk: Small amounts loosen the tongue and release inhibitions, larger quantities impair judgement and produce central nervous system depression, delayed reaction times. Even larger amounts produce drunkenness, loss of coordination, slurred speech, loss of consciousness, amnesia and a hangover. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer