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NAPPYHEAL CREAM contains Zinc Oxide which belongs to the group of medicines called Skin Protectives. It is used for the treatment of all types of rashes, inflammation & erythema caused due to the use of diapers in adults, children, and neonates as well as with tight clothing.
NAPPYHEAL CREAM also helps to protect. chafed skin due to diaper rash and helps seal out wetness/moisture.
Before using NAPPYHEAL CREAM inform your doctor if you have any pre-existing liver, kidney, heart or lung diseases. There is no information available on the use of NAPPYHEAL CREAM in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Please consult your doctor before applying.
If you experience any side effects or unusual symptoms after using NAPPYHEAL CREAM. Contact your doctor.
NAPPYHEAL CREAM is a mild astringent with soothing, protective, and weak antiseptic properties. It creates a physical barrier to prevent skin irritation and helps in healing damaged skin.
Apply NAPPYHEAL CREAM as advised by your physician. It is for external use only. Change wet and soiled diapers promptly, clean the diaper area with warm water, dry the area completely. Apply NAPPYHEAL CREAM gently & liberally on the affected area as often as necessary with each diaper change, especially at night when exposure to wet diapers will be long. At the surfaces with marks of tight clothing, gently apply NAPPYHEAL CREAM and wear loose clothing. Your doctor will decide the correct dose depending on the child’s age, body weight and type of infection.
There is no information on the use of NAPPYHEAL CREAM in pregnant women. Ask for your doctor’s advice before using.
There is no information on the use of NAPPYHEAL CREAM in breastfeeding women. Ask for your doctor’s advice before using.
Do not apply NAPPYHEAL CREAM if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to Zinc oxide or to other ingredients of this medicine.
Use in paediatrics:
NAPPYHEAL CREAM can be used in children and newborns. However, ask for your doctor’s advice before using it for your child.
Use in geriatrics:
There is no information on the use of NAPPYHEAL CREAM in elderly patients. Ask for your doctor’s advice before using.
A. Drug-Drug interactions:
Tell your doctor if you are applying or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without a prescription, vitamin supplements or herbal products.
If you or anyone else accidentally ingests or applies too much of NAPPYHEAL CREAM, consult your doctor immediately or visit the nearby hospital.
|Pharmacological Category||:||Skin Protectives|
|Therapeutic Indication||:||Diaper rashes|
|Dosage Forms||:||Cream, Gel, Ointment|
What is NAPPYHEAL CREAM used for?
NAPPYHEAL CREAM is used to treat all forms of rashes, inflammation, and erythema due to diapers in adults, kids, and newborns, as well as due to tight clothing. It is used to treat and prevent diaper rash, protect itchy skin caused by diaper rash and help to prevent moisture. Contact your doctor before applying NAPPYHEAL CREAM
How NAPPYHEAL CREAM work?
NAPPYHEAL CREAM is a mild astringent with soothing, protective, and weak antiseptic properties. It creates a physical barrier to prevent skin irritation and helps in healing damaged skin. Additionally, it reflects UV light and serves as a physical sunscreen.
What are the side effects of applying NAPPYHEAL CREAM?
NAPPYHEAL CREAM usually don’t cause side effects. If you experience any side effects after using NAPPYHEAL CREAM, contact your doctor.
Is NAPPYHEAL CREAM harmful to infants?
A child cannot be harmed by licking or swallowing a NAPPYHEAL CREAM; however, large amounts might rarely cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. A kid that swallows a small bit will probably be alright.
Are there any other precautions or warnings for NAPPYHEAL CREAM?
Before using NAPPYHEAL CREAM, tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to it or if you have any other allergies. NAPPYHEAL CREAM may contain inactive ingredients, which can cause allergic reactions or other problems. Talk to your pharmacist for more details.
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