Introduction to Calacare Lotion 100ml

It is an antiitching agent that is effective in treating conditions such as sunburn, poison ivy, insect bites, eczema, rashes, chicken pox, and insect stings

It is a mild antiseptic that prevents infection caused by scratching the affected area, and it also has astringent properties that are effective in treating acne and blisters by draining fluid

How Calacare Lotion 100ml Works?

This formula has been prepared by combining Calamine, Diphenhydramine, and Camphor. Calamine prevents oozing from skin wounds and dries other wounds. Diphenhydramine Chloride gives temporary relief to pain and itching. Camphor has cooling and itching properties. It gives a calming effect by calming the itching, pain, irritation occurring in the skin.

How To Use Calacare Lotion 100ml

  • Apply it on the affected area 1 to 4 times regularly
  • You applied it after this also
  • Always ensure that your hands are clean before application

Special Precautions About Calacare Lotion 100ml

  • It is advisable to not use on affected areas for more then 7days Keep it away from eyes and stop immediately if rash or burning sensation occurs Once you get relief don’t stop suddenly consult your doctor for right advice

Benefits Of Calacare Lotion 100ml

  • It is used to treat skin irritation, itching and discomfort
  • It provides cooling effect on the skin
  • Also provide relief to skin wound and dry them

Side Effects Of Calacare Lotion 100ml

  • Hives,
  • Rash,
  • Redness,
  • Headache

What If I Missed A Dose Of Calacare Lotion 100ml

When you remember apply it. Do not double up for the missed dose.

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Health And Lifestyle

Keep the affected area clean, dry and cool. Avoid scratching to prevent further irritation and stay hydrated. Wear loose, breathable clothing to reduce and manage sweating.

Drug Interaction

  • No interaction

DRUG FOOD INTERACTION

  • No interaction

Disease Explanation

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Skin irritation or itching are very common skin concerns that may result due to sunburns, prickly heat, insect bites, or minor skin reactions, making your skin damaged or irritated. They can appear as red spots or patches, tiny and itchy bumps from sweat and minor skin inflammation.

Update on: Wednesday, 5 June, 2024

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Ashwani Singh