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Pueraria Editor's Pick

Scientific Name(s): Pueraria mirifica Airy Shaw et. Suvatabhandu. Family: Fabaceae. 1 Common Name(s): Kwao Krua , White Kwao Krua , Kwao Keur , Kwao Kruea 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 Uses Most commercial products containing pueraria are available as rejuvenating, antiaging, or skin-lightening creams or gels, as beauty...

Options for Chronic Pain: A Health Care Professional's Guide

decisions. Drug Choices Are Many Medication class options for chronic pain are varied and include: Nonopioid analgesic agents, such as topical analgesic agents , acetaminophen and NSAIDs TCA antidepressants SNRI antidepressants GABA Analog Anticonvulsants Muscle relaxants Tramadol Opioids While many drugs...

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Acne Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

be used with a sunscreen . Antibiotics. Certain antibiotics can be applied directly to the skin to reduce the growth of acne-causing bacteria. If these topical treatments fail, acne is treated next with oral antibiotics. However, these medications can have side effects. They are available only by...

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List of Topical emollients (emollients)

List of Topical emollients (emollients) - Drugs.com Topical emollients Other names: emollients, moisturizers, topical moisturizers What are Topical emollients Topical emollients are creams, lotions, or ointments that contain ingredients that soothe and soften the skin. The word emollient means a...

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Psoriasis Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

symptoms may come and go. Prevention There is no way to prevent psoriasis. Treatment Treatment for psoriasis varies depending on the: Type of psoriasis Amount and location of affected skin Risks and benefits of each type of treatment Treatments for psoriasis include: Topical treatments . These are...

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Eczema Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

should review your skin care routine. Your doctor can ensure you are doing everything possible to prevent symptoms. But sometimes eczema remains bothersome despite these measures. Your doctor may prescribe a corticosteroid ointment or cream. In atopic dermatitis, mild or medium strength topical steroids...

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List of Miscellaneous topical agents

List of Miscellaneous topical agents - Drugs.com Miscellaneous topical agents What are Miscellaneous topical agents Topical agents are used locally, where the medicine is applied on the area being treated. For example creams, ointment and lotions are applied topically on the skin. Eye drops are...

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Seborrheic Dermatitis Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options

grows. Other forms of seborrheic dermatitis usually respond very well to topical treatment with medicated shampoos and / or creams. When needed, an oral anti-fungal medicine can be very effective. Share on GooglePlus Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Print this page Email to a friend Learn more about...

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Salicylic Acid Topical Dosage Guide with Precautions

Salicylic Acid Topical Dosage Guide with Precautions - Drugs.com Salicylic Acid Topical Dosage Consumer Side Effects Dosage Professional Interactions Reviews More Support Group Q & A Pricing & Coupons Applies to the following strength(s): 2% ; 6% ; 1.8% ; 3% ; 0.5% ; 17% ; 40% ; 13.6% ; 1% ; 15% ;...

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Fluoride topical Use During Pregnancy

Fluoride topical Use During Pregnancy | Drugs.com Fluoride topical Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Warnings Fluoride topical is also known as: ACT Fluoride Rinse , ACT Restoring Mouthwash Cinnamon, Biotene , Clinpro 5000 , Colgate Total Advanced Clean, Control Rx , Darby, Denta 5000 Plus , Dentagel ,...

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List of Topical anesthetics

List of Topical anesthetics - Drugs.com Topical anesthetics What are Topical anesthetics Topical anesthetics are medicines that numb and reduce the sensation of pain in the area to which they are applied. They are available as creams, ointments, solutions, eye drops, gels or sprays and may be...

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