Salicylic acid, which is present in SALICYLIC ACID...12%W/W OINTMENT, is a member of the class of drugs known as keratolytic agents. Skin issues like acne, blemishes (discolored spots on the skin), skin redness, and other skin diseases are treated and prevented using SALICYLIX SF 12% OINTMENT.
Dandruff, corn, and calluses (thickened layers of skin) are also treated and prevented in those who are affected by these conditions.
It is not advised to use SALICYLIC ACID...12%W/W OINTMENT on those who are allergic to salicylic acid. Additionally, using it is not advised for people who have active dermatitis, infection (at the application site), acute viral infection, skin cancer, or tanned skin.
If you are having surgery or have any renal issues, let your doctor know before using SALICYLIX SF 12% OINTMENT.
It is often not advised to use SALICYLIC ACID...12%W/W OINTMENT on pregnant women. It is thought to be safe to use in nursing mothers. Applying the medication to skin areas that might come into contact with a baby's skin should be avoided.
Use caution when using SALICYLIC ACID...12%W/W OINTMENT to children and adolescents (aged 1-15 years). Additionally, it is suggested that older patients utilize it cautiously (aged above 65 years). Before using the medication, speak with your doctor.
The most frequent adverse reactions to using Salicylix SF 12% OINTMENT include erythema (redness of the skin) and/or skin dryness. If any of these symptoms get worse, see a doctor.
In order to cure and prevent the development of skin disorders including acne, pimples, dandruff, corns, and calluses in affected people, SALICYLIC ACID...12%W/W OINTMENT penetrates the affected area of skin and kills the bacteria while also reducing oil production.
Always use SALICYLIC ACID...12%W/W OINTMENT as your doctor has prescribed. Only outside parties may utilize it. Before using, wash your hands and work up a lather by adding water. Apply a tiny coating and massage it into the affected region of damp skin. Applying this medication to your eyes or eyelids is not recommended. Depending on your age, body weight, and medical state, your doctor will determine the appropriate dose and duration for you.