Ointment A313 with vitamin A in a 50 g tube, on sale in our online pharmacy, is a vitamin A-based medicine indicated for the adjunctive treatment of irritative dermatitis . All A313 non-prescription drugs on your online pharmacy at low prices.
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For warnings, precautions for use and contraindications, please consult the instructions for use of Ointment A 313 with Vitamin A.
Skin irritation can be caused by friction during sports, for example. The skin can also be irritated from the use of irritants in makeup or household cleansers. Irritative contact dermatitis is more common and is caused by various substances that irritate the skin and cause inflammation. The rash can be treated locally, in particular with the use of a dermal ointment .
When to use A313 Vitamin A Ointment
Ointment A313 concentrated in Vitamin A Tube 50G is a non-prescription drug indicated in the adjunct treatment of irritative dermatitis.
A fat-soluble vitamin, vitamin A occurs in the human body in the form of retinol , retinal (in the retina), retinoic acid (in bones and mucous membranes) or retinyl palmitate (reserves stored in liver). Vitamin A was first isolated from the retina, hence the name " retinol" . Vitamin A is obtained directly by the body from foods of animal sources where it is present in the form of retinol.
How to define irritative dermatitis
- A skin condition, an inflammation that may be more or less painful
- Irritative dermatitis mainly affects areas that contain sebum, mainly the face, but also the scalp and torso
- Irritative dermatitis is caused by a fungus, and can cause lesions
How to use A313 Ointment properly
Ointment A313 without prescription is exclusively reserved for the cutaneous use. We recommend that you apply this repairing ointment locally once or twice a day.
- Vitamin A (or Retinol) is essential for vision, involved in triggering nerve impulses to the optic nerves. It is found as an active healing principle in certain eye drops or ophthalmic ointments prescribed by emergency physicians in the hospital in case of irritation of the cornea.
- It is essential for the growth of young children, since it is involved in cell differentiation.
- It also stimulates the renewal of epithelial cells in the dermis and is, as such, important for the skin and all the mucous membranes.
The lesions of irritant dermatitis are secondary to skin contact with an irritant. They are characterized by lesions of very variable appearance, ranging from simple redness to the formation of bubbles or even necrosis, accompanied by itching, tingling or a burning sensation.
How to treat irritative dermatitis
Treatment for irritative dermatitis can be done with emollient and moisturizing creams . But it is of course necessary, after having identified them using patch tests, to avoid any contact with irritants. When symptoms are severe and widespread, the attending physician will prescribe cortisone products or oral corticosteroids. Applying moist creams or compresses can relieve itching. It is also advisable to favor the wearing of cotton clothes and especially to avoid synthetic or woolen clothes.
Comment on the advice of use and dosage of the dermal ointment A313 to vitamin A with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.
Composition of dermal ointment A313
Synthetic vitamin A (concentrate) - oily form 200,000 IU per 100 g of ointment. Excipients: macrogol 400, macrogol 4000, polysorbate 80
Other names for vitamin A : preformed vitamin A, retinol, retinal, retinyl acetate, retinyl palmitate, retinyl phosphate.
Precautions for use with Ointment A313
- Do not use this cream in the event of a history of hypersensitivity to one of the components, infected dermatoses, oozing dermatoses.
- Consult the package leaflet for contraindications.
- Vitamin A is present in many medicines, some of which are available for self-medication : avoid combining them with this medicine because an overdose of vitamin A is likely to cause serious side effects. Take the dosage and duration of treatment prescribed by your doctor.
- Risk of hypervitaminosis A: Be careful, as there is a risk that vitamin A passes into the blood, this cream should not be applied to a large area of skin, under a closed bandage, on damaged skin, in particular burnt, on a mucous membrane, in premature babies and very young children or during prolonged treatment.
- Like all medicines and sweets containing non-absorbable sugars (sorbitol , maltitol ...), possibility of diarrhea in case of high intake.
A313 and Pregnancy
Therefore, the use of this medication should only be considered during pregnancy if necessary, avoiding simultaneously taking another medication containing vitamin A.
A313 and Breastfeeding
Do not apply to the breasts during breastfeeding because of the risk of ingestion of the product by the newborn.
Where to buy A313 ointment in online pharmacy?
A313 ointment cream is in the form of a 50 g tube. It is sold exclusively in pharmacies in France, the price is freely set by the pharmacist.
Warnings on Medication for Skin Problems
Please note, the non-prescription drug Ointment A 313 Vitamin A is not a product like any other. Read the instructions for the medication Ointment A313 Vitamin A carefully before ordering. Keep medicines out of the reach of children. If symptoms persist, seek the advice of your doctor or pharmacist. Beware of incompatibilities on your current products.
- Please inform your online pharmacist of current treatments in order to identify any incompatibilities with A313 Vitamin A Ointment . The order validation form contains a custom message field provided for this purpose.
- Click here to find the instructions for this medication on the website of the National Agency for the Safety of Medicines and Health Products.
- Pharmacovigilance: Declare one or more undesirable effect (s) linked to the use of a drug.
Advice from your expert pharmacist
Why take medicine in the form of an ointment rather than a cream?
- The difference between two drugs indicated for the treatment of skin irritations is their dosage. The ointment is by definition a water- in- oil emulsion while the cream is an oil- in- water emulsion.
- The A313 ointment form is more oily, therefore more suitable for very dry and localized skin damage such as irritant dermatitis.
- The cream form, with its more fluid texture, is better suited to skin irritations with a larger surface area and is more easily absorbed by the skin.
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