WHAT IS CETRILAK® CETRIMIDE SOLUTION
Cetrilak® 5% Cetrimide 100ml is a strong, concentrated & effective antifungal, antiseptic and anti-viral FDA approved solution. Cetrilak 5% Cetrimide is used for wounds, infection of cuts, grazes, insect bites, minor burns and other conditions. This salt may also be used for purposes not listed in this guide. Cetrilak 5% Cetrimide is a topical antiseptic for minor cuts, scratches, minor burns, and skin irritations. It contains cetrimide 5% antiseptic to cleanse and kill bacteria on and below the skin surface, also protects against infection and promotes rapid healing. Odourless, water soluble antiseptic solution for use on minor cuts, wounds, abrasion. Cetrilak Cetrimide 5% Solution is well tolerated, has no side effects, it mainly used for the following conditions:
- Seborrheic dermatitis treatment;
- Dandruff treatment, cetrilak cleans the scalp, removes flakes, through antibacterial activity kills germs, fungus, bacteria and viruses;
- Cleaning wounds and skin witn burns;
- Cleaning and calming rashes;
- Gently and complete sterilization of any sensitive areas.
CETRILAK CETRIMIDE SOLUTION MAIN COMPONENTS
Cetrimide IP – 5.0 % w/v;
Isopropyl alcohol IP – 10.0 % v/v;
Purified water IP – 100.0 % v/v;
Perfume – q.s.
WHEN CETRILAK CETRIMIDE SOLUTION SHOULD NOT BE USED
- Hypersensitivity to any ingredient of the solution;
- Pregnancy and lactation;
- Children under 1 year;
- Asthma or urticaria.
HOW TO USE CETRILAK CETRIMIDE SOLUTION
As an antiseptic: dilute Cetrilak to 0.5% to 1.0% (add 10 to 5 parts of water)
For dandruff treatment:
- Dilute it to a strength of approximately 3% (1:1). Apply on wet hair and rinse with water;
- Avoid contact with eyes, nose, mouth, brain membrane, middle ear. In case of contact rinse thoroughly with warm water;
- Cetrimide can also be used in combination with chlorhexidine and benzalkonium chloride;
- With long-term repeated use may cause low irritation at the site of application;
- When applying Cetrilac 5% Cetrimide solution simultaneously with other agents (shampoos, conditioners, etc.), are possible undesirable phenomena as a decrease in therapeutic effect.
- Apply after consultation with the attending physician.