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Biafine Emulsion 93g

Biafine Emulsion 93g

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Indications


Biafine emulsion can be used to treat:
– Erythema caused by radiotherapy; and
– First- and second-degree (i.e. generally superficial) burns, as well as all other forms of uninfected skin damage.

Directions for Use


For dermal application.

Dosage
To treat erythema caused by radiotherapy: use as directed by your doctor. As a guide, apply two or three times a day at regular intervals. Massage gently into the skin.
To treat second-degree burns other skin damage: consult your doctor urgently.
Clean the cut and apply thickly to the entire area. Repeat application so that a certain amount of emulsion remains visible. If necessary, re-cover the cut with a wet-wrap dressing. (Do not use a dry, absorbent dressing.)
To treat first-degree burns: in case of extensive burns, consult your doctor urgently. Apply thickly until skin is saturated. Massage gently into the skin. Repeat between 2 and 4 times a day.

Ingredients


Active Ingredient:
Per 100 g of emulsion:

Trolamine: 0.670 g

Other Ingredients:
Ethylene glycol stearate, stearic acid, cetyl palmitate, solid paraffin, liquid paraffin, perhydrosqualene, propylene glycol, avocado oil, trolamine and sodium alginate, potassium sorbate, sodium methylparaben (E219), sodium propyl p-hydroxybenzoate (E217), fragrance (yerbatone), purified water.

Packaging


Emulsion for dermal application. Tube (93 g).

WARNINGS


– If the burn is extensive or is accompanied by blistering; or if the cut is extensive or deep – consult your doctor prior to use.
If in doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Precautions for Use


– This emulsion is not a sunscreen.
– This emulsion is not a skin care cream. Do not apply it to healthy skin.
If in doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Contra-indications


Do NOT use:
– if you are allergic to any of the ingredients;
– on bleeding cuts; or
– on infected cuts.

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding:
Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using any form of medicine.