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Product name: REDECIL (REDECIL)

Active substance: dioxomethyltetrahydropyrimidine, retinol

Type: A drug that improves tissue regeneration and prevents the development of hyperkeratosis, for external use

Manufacturer: РЕТ�НО�ДЫ ФНПП (Russia)
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Dermatoprotective agent.
Stimulates skin regeneration, enhances the division of skin epithelial cells, inhibits keratinization, hinders the development of hyperkeratosis. Local action is due to the presence on the cell surface of the epithelium of specific retinol-binding receptors.
After application, it easily penetrates the skin.
C max of active substances in the blood is reached 3-4 hours after application and is maintained for 12 hours. T 1/2 - 5.5 h.
Ichthyosis, hyperkeratosis, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, pyoderma, atopic dermatitis, neurodermatitis, eczema, frostbite, burns, erosion, ulcers, cracks, skin atrophy after prolonged use of GCS.

Ointment should be applied to the affected areas of the skin with a thin layer 2 times / day (morning and evening).
Duration of application - 4-12 weeks.
Local reactions: increased itching, hyperemia.

Possible: allergic reactions.

The appearance of these side effects requires the withdrawal of the drug.

Hypervitaminosis A, I trimester of pregnancy, acute inflammatory skin diseases, hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.

The drug is contraindicated in the first trimester of pregnancy.

In the period of lactation (breastfeeding) is not recommended to apply to the skin of the mammary glands.

Do not use in combination with other drugs containing vitamin A and retinoids, to avoid hypervitaminosis A.

It is not compatible with tetracycline antibiotics.

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