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. Odorless, water-soluble antiseptic solution for use on minor cuts, wounds, abrasion. Cetrilak Cetrimide 5% Solution is well-tolerated, has no side effects, is 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 with 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.