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Doctor insights on: Peracetic Acid Uses

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Is peracetic acid safe to apply?

Is peracetic acid safe to apply?

No not safe harmfull: It can cause harm to skin, eyes and respiratory systm and can cause asthma in some individuals. ...Read more

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Salicylic acid andglycolic acid ok to use together?

Salicylic & Glycolic: You can use the products together. However the two products used together my cause increased dryness or irritation. ...Read more

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Differin vs azelex (azelaic acid) which one is better?

Differin vs azelex (azelaic acid) which one is better?

Differin (adapalene) for acne: Differin is much better than Azelex (azelaic acid) for acne, in my opinion. Azelex (azelaic acid) will be great for moderate acne and post inflammatory hyperpigmentation. ...Read more

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Which is stronger - differin or azelex (azelaic acid)?

Differin, (adapalene) but...: Different people have different results, no pun intended. Today, no one needs to have acne. I start people with topical clindamycin; i required 25 years on systemic tetracycline with good results. A dermatologist can write for a retinoic acid derivative that's very powerful even for the toughest cases. Good luck. ...Read more

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Help docs, is hydraulic acid the same as hydrochloric acid?

Help docs, is hydraulic acid the same as hydrochloric acid?

Why do you ask?: There's no such thing as hydraulic acid. Hydrochloric acid is a powerful reagent that you meet in chemistry class. Hyaluronic acid is a big molecule that provides a jelly-like material that's important for some of your connective tissues. ...Read more

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What is aminocaproic acid used for?

What is aminocaproic acid used for?

Antifibrinolytic: Aminocaproic acid (Amicar) is used to promote clots by blocking the breakdown of clots. It treats conditions that may cause excess bleeding like hemophilia. It is often used during or after surgery to control bleeding. ...Read more

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For acidity or hyperacidity, Ayurveda says to avoid foods that contain tartaric acid, citric acid, lactic acid, does this make sense?

For acidity or hyperacidity, Ayurveda says to avoid foods that contain tartaric acid, citric acid, lactic acid, does this make sense?

Ayurveda for Acidity: I commend you for your desire for Good Health. Hyperacidity can be very uncomfortable. It can be due to various foods, medical condition or stress. Citric acid is used as a preservative and it can aggravate acidity. For hyperacidity, Ayurveda advises to avoid vinegar, tomatoes, sour citrus fruits, orange juice, salsa, onions, garlic, chili peppers, salty fried foods, and alcohol. ...Read more

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Which active agent used in antacids neutralizes the stomach's ph?

Which active agent used in antacids neutralizes the stomach's ph?

By definition...: ...the antacid IS the pH neutralizer. There are a variety of antacids (aluminum, calcium, magnesium-based, others)--which are you questioning? ...Read more

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Is glycolic acid safe while.Breastfeeding?

Is glycolic acid safe while.Breastfeeding?

Glycolic acid: Generally speaking, glycolic acid is considered safe. Avoid using products used for chemical peels as the levels of glycolic acid are much higher and are designed to penetrate much deeper. ...Read more

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Can using folic acid enhacne chemotherapy?

Can using folic acid enhacne chemotherapy?

Counter productive: Speak to your oncologist about any vitamin supplements that you are taking. Folic acid can interfere with the action of certain chemotherapy drug and it may also accelerate the growth of cancers. The same is true for vitamin A and E. ...Read more

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Does hydrogen peroxide and folic acid needs doctor's prescription?

Does hydrogen peroxide and folic acid needs doctor's prescription?

Rx for folic acid: Hydrogen peroxide does not need an rx, nor does Folic Acid at low doses. Just head over to your local druggist and pick some up! ...Read more

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How is valproic acid excreted?

How is valproic acid excreted?

In the urine: Valproic acid is metabolized in the liver by a number of enzymes, but is excreted in the urine. Less than 3 % is excreted unchanged as valproic acid. ...Read more

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Is glycolic acid best for chemical peels ?

It depends: Glycolics work fine if you only need a mild peel, or only have a limited amount of downtime. Tca peels can do more, but require a longer recovery. The hetter (croton oil) peel is, in my opinion, tremendously powerful and useful, but has the longest recovery. ...Read more

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Salicylic acid vs tretinoin/retin a, which is better?

Salicylic acid vs tretinoin/retin a, which is better?

Retin a (tretinoin) if moderate: If you have very mild acne then salicylic acid may be adequate. For more moderate or any cystic component of acne, retina a is "stronger" and will be more likely to help acne resolve completely. Keep in mind retin a (tretinoin) needs to be a "pea" sized amount applied daily, can cause peeling and redness of skin initially. if redness and irritation are a problem, back off to every other day application. ...Read more