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Calamine 10%w/v + Aloe Vera 10%w/v + Vitamin E Acetate 0.25%w/v Lotion - Manufacturers & Suppliers - Third Party Contract Manufacturing - PCD Pharma Franchise

Calelect A

Calamine 10%w/v + Aloe Vera 10%w/v + Vitamin E Acetate 0.25%w/v Lotion

Brand Name: Calelect A

Composition : Calamine 10%w/v + Aloe Vera 10%w/v + Vitamin E Acetate 0.25%w/v Lotion

Packing : 100ml With Carton

Price : Rs. 180

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Product Description

Calamine 10%w/v + Aloe Vera 10%w/v +  Vitamin E Acetate 0.25%w/v Lotion
 

Calamine + Aloe Vera + Vitamin E Acetate Lotion - This medication is a fusion of three ultimate nutrients with skin-treating properties which involve Calamine, Aloe Vera, and Vitamin E Acetate. These three highly effective components blend with each other and come up with a lotion named Calelect A at QndQ Derma.

Calamine is an OTC topical medication that is helpful in skin infections that causes pain, itching, irritation, etc. These skin infections include sunburn, chickenpox, measles, eczema, stings (insect bites), minor burns, shingles, and other discomforts of skin conditions. 

Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant that has a number of benefits because of its antioxidants and antibacterial properties. It treats various skin conditions including sunburn, mouth sores, minor burns, cuts, psoriasis, eczema, frostbite, small abrasions, etc.

Vitamin E Acetate contains antioxidant capabilities that are used to treat Vitamin E deficiency in the body. It prevents damage to the skin caused by free radicals from UV exposure. 

How to Place Calamine + Aloe Vera + Vitamin E Acetate Lotion?

Follow all the directions mentioned on the product label and ask the doctor or pharmacist if it seems confusing, Take a gentle amount of the lotion and apply it to the affected area with a cotton pad. Allow the medication to dry naturally on the skin. Do not cover, bandage, or wrap the area unless it is directed by the doctor. 

Points to Remark While Applying this Lotion

  1. Do not get this medication in the eyes, nose, mouth, or genital areas, and flush it with water if it mistakenly gets into these areas.
  2. Do not stop or change the dosage of the medicine without checking up with the doctor.
  3. See the doctor if the symptoms get worse or last more than 1 week of the treatment.
  4. Do not apply any other ointment over this medication as it may mistreat the skin.