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Instructions On Using Procto Glyvenol Cream
Was given naseptin cream however the instructions tad confusing when saying small amount on a finger but is it external or not? And how far do you go?
Naseptin: Is an antibiotic and disinfectant. It is used to treat and prevent infections in the nose. As you note, you place a small amount of cream on the tip of your little finger and carefully apply it inside one nostril and repeat for the other nostril. You can deposit the cream right inside the nostril and then gently rub the outside of your nose to try to move the medicine up a little further in. ...Read more
I use procto glyvenol cream for my anal fissure afterthat my anus become more painful during excretion does this mean I should stop using the medicine?
Not necessarily: Your anal fissures need to be monitored to make sure they heal and get better. The cream helps in the healing process, but wouldn't prevent pain altogether during defecatio if ulcer still present. Make sure oyu take plenty of stools softerns, to lessen the blow, as much as possible! ...Read more
What do you advise if I'm using cosmelite cream from 2 two months.i have become fairis it good to continue.wat should I do.?
Decrease frequency.: Hydroxyquinone is a great skin lightener, isn't it! The effects are not permanent though but you can use it less often. Try three times a week. If you see that your skin is darkening again you may need to use it more often, but you will always have to use it some, to maintain the appearance you wish. Don't get sunburned! Wear non-comedogenic sunscreen. Congrats! ...Read more
Greetings. I want to ask, in my current age (26) is it ok/recommended for me to start using anti-aging creams, products etc.? Thanks in advance
It is OK.: Our skin ages every second especially when we don't eat properly, do not keep it clean, apply harsh solutions to it, stay out too long in the sun without protection, smoke or drink. So, there is nothing wrong to use anti-aging creams. Remember to also keep yourself hydrated. ...Read more
I would: I would stop. You are going to develop side effects from the cream. ...Read more
May/may not b good: Progesterone vaginal gel — brand name crinone, (progesterone gel) is a fda approved medication for the use of hormonal support during fertility treatment and also for hormone replacement and to induce bleeding in some women who do not have a period (pcos for example). Progesterone cream applied to the skin is used sometimes for menopausal hormone replacement but this use is not well-established. ...Read more
Retin-a is a winner. Retinol is a winner, but is more mild.
Most of the other over-the-counter ones are not worth the money. ...Read more
Depends on variables: This is basically a bug killer, like what is in your handy bug spray. Repeated applications to the skin, especially if the skin barrier is broken down by infection, infestation or burns could lead to the toxic material entering your blood. ...Read more
Anti aging cream: I would say you are unlikely to benefit from anti-aging creams at any age. ...Read more
Probably not.: But, there is no standard Ayervedic cold cream so ingredients vary all over the place, plus there can be other substances in there that could affect your skin. It's unlikely to cause serious harm, but could be irritating or cause other negative effects. If it's working to clean your makeup etc. and you see no problems after a few weeks, it's probably fine. ...Read more
Definitely: The cream, first of all, may not treat the condition you have. Secondly, your rash may be more severe so that the topical cream you borrowed may not be as effective for your condition. Please consult your doctor who can prescribe the right medication. ...Read more
Instead of using skin cream for healthier skin, I want to use food. What is a good diet for this goal?
Skin health: Diet matters. Eat balanced, mostly unrefined, unprocessed foods. For protein, egg whites, quinoa, soy, white fish, very lean poultry breast or sirloin. Eat no more than 4 oz of any meat /day. NO animal=NO saturated fats. Only polyunsaturated fats, plant oils. NO refined, processed carbs. Only whole fruits, veggies, whole grains -- mostly oatmeal and brans. Load w antioxidants=fruit-veg. Eat nuts. ...Read more
I'm dark tan and after using lot of fairness creams, nothing works. Is there any other way to have a fair radiant skin naturally?
Sunblock moisturizer: Dark tan is a natural color. Many people use over-the-counter moisturizers that contain sunscreen. Avoiding exposure to the sun will let skin lighten up. A person should take extra vitamin d to make up for not getting vitamin d from the sun. Although having tanned skin from sun exposure is not a medical illness, there are a few uncommon hormonal medical conditions that can cause skin darkening. ...Read more
Effects of radant-i cream is permanent or temporary? That mean does it back to puffy with dark circles after stopped using this? Thx.
Radant i cream: The cream is beneficial forbshort term effects only. ...Read more
I am 27 years old and I want to start using anti-aging cream. Please I want to ask if it is ok to start using it and what is the best kind.
Tretinoin: The form of tretinoin that is one of the mildest is atralin. You apply a pea size amount to your face at night. This medication is used to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, reducing roughness, and improving skin color. It should be used with a skin care and sunlight-avoidance program that includes moisturizer and daily use of an effective sunscreen. ...Read more
Had haomorhoid for 7 days not gone away yet. I have been using cream and suppositories. Still, not gone what shall I do? Can only use cream for 10 day
Bleaching Creams: Common reactions to topical hyrdoquinone include contact dermatitis which is an allergic reaction, dryness, fissuring, erythema, burning, and irritation. Exogenous ochronosis, is a condition in which bluish black pigmentation of sun exposed skin has been seen after long term exposure to hydroquinone. Many doctors feel it should not be used more than 6 months. ...Read more
Questionable: While you may be philisophically inclined to favor natural products, there is minimal scientific evidence that organic cosmetics are better. Some of the most toxic compounds known are organic, naturally occuring plant-derived substances. On the other hand, some of the most exciting new products for skin care are botanical antioxidants such as resveratrol. ...Read more
Suppress adrenal : Too much steroid can theoretically suppress you own adrenal gland production of steroid (cortisol). When used as prescribed this is not likely to occur. ...Read more
What is the active ingredient in the cream?
Knowing this I can give you more info. ...Read more
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