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User Reviews for Sodium hyaluronate

Also known as: Bionect, Gelclair, Hylira, IPM Wound, RadiaPlexRx, Xclair

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Dermatologic Lesion 1 reviews 102 medications
   
10
Dermatitis 3 reviews 332 medications
   
9.7
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Summary of Sodium hyaluronate reviews 4 reviews 9.8

Reviews for Sodium hyaluronate

RadiaPlexRx (sodium hyaluronate) for Dermatitis: "I had my doctor write an prescription for this when the aloe and Biafine they recommended just wasn't doing the trick. I was in fairly bad shape after 2.5 weeks of treatment. By the end of the fourth week, 1.5 weeks on Radiaplexrx, I was better than at the end of the 2nd week. Now I'm in my 5th week and it is starting to get bad again, BUT I believe the gel has slowed down the process. I wish I had used it from the beginning."

   
9.0

nomoreburnsplease December 20, 2009

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For Dermatologic Lesion: "Laser treatment - great results. Soaks in and is not greasy. I have skin that easily breaks out and it doesn't cause breakouts either. Helps peeling skin and saw results immediately!"

   
10

whipetdog August 20, 2009

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For Dermatitis: "My Doctor gave me a prescription for Sodium Hyaluronate 0.1% Lotion for my scaly dry skin. After just one application, my skin is like a baby's."

   
10

Toot Toot June 22, 2008

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Hylira (sodium hyaluronate) for Dermatitis: "Awesome"

   
10

Anonymous April 9, 2008

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