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Dexpanthenol ointment 5% – [30 g vial]


A drug that improves trophism and tissue regeneration, for external use

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Dexpanthenol Pharmacodynamics
Dexpanthenol – a derivative of pantothenic acid. Pantothenic acid is a water-soluble vitamin of group B (vitamin B5) – a component of coenzyme A. It stimulates skin regeneration, normalizes cell metabolism, increases the strength of collagen fibers. Increased need for pantothenic acid is observed in skin or tissue damage, and its deficiency can be compensated by topical application of dexpanthenol. It has a regenerating, mild anti-inflammatory effect.

In violation of the integrity of the skin: healing of burns (including sunburns), minor skin injuries (abrasions, cuts, cracks, etc.). Prevention and treatment of dry skin, including as a consequence of dermatitis of different genesis (manifested by peeling, redness, irritation, a feeling of tightness), as well as daily care for the areas of skin most exposed to external factors (face, hands).
For breast care during breast-feeding (cracked or reddened nipples), for care of infants and children (diaper rash, diaper dermatitis).

Hypersensitivity to dexpanthenol or other components of the drug.
Usage during pregnancy and lactation
Dexpanthenol can be used during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
If the drug is used to treat cracked nipples during lactation, it should be washed off before breastfeeding.

Directions for use and dosages

  • Externally.
  • The ointment is applied a thin layer to the affected area, lightly rubbing, 2-4 times a day (more often if necessary). If applied to an infected skin surface, it should first be treated with any antiseptic.
  • Nursing mothers should apply the ointment to the nipple surface after each breastfeeding.
  • Infants should apply the ointment after each change of underwear or water treatment.
  • Duration of application of the drug and the possibility to repeat the course of treatment depend on the individual characteristics of the course of the disease in the patient and is determined by the therapeutic effect achieved and tolerability of the drug.
  • If after treatment no improvement occurs or new symptoms appear, it is necessary to consult a doctor.
  • Use the drug only according to the method of administration and in the doses specified in the instructions. If necessary, please consult a physician before using the drug.