Features of Calmoseptine Ointment
- Calmoseptine Moisture Barrier Ointment relieves discomfort and itching from rashes, eczema, and insect bites
- Forms a barrier on the skin to prevent urine or other irritants from making contact with the irritated skin
- Menthol has been shown to cause vasodilation, this may increase circulation to an area and aid in healing
- Adequate pressure relief for bedridden and wheelchair bound patients
- Mild antiseptic ingredients prevent secondary bacterial and fungal infections
What is Calmoseptine used for?
- Diaper rash in full-term infants through adults
- Skin protection in incontinent adults
- Relieves pain and helps promote healing
- Skin protection around feeding and drainage tube sites
- Protection for peri-wound skin
- Pain and itch relief in Lymphedema and Venous stasis
- Under compression therapy
- Stage 1 pressure ulcers
- Minor burns, cuts, scrapes
- Skin folds, other moist areas subject to fungal infections
- Perianal soreness and dermatitis
- Insect bites
- Eczema and psoriasis
- Calmoseptine Ointment is not approved for use in deep injury or puncture wounds.
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Remarkable Results offered by Calmoseptine for Diaper Rash
This rash cream for adult private areas has been proven to offer best relief from rashes. The below mentioned images display the treatment from day 1 to day 3:
- On day 1, an 81 year old female was admitted with multiple dermal ulcers, diarrhea (8-10 stools daily), and a Foley catheter for urinary incontinence.
- 8x10 inches of perianal skin was red and raw from fecal erosion. Treatment with Calmoseptine Ointment was started.
- By day 3, the patient was less agitated and more comfortable.
- A 1x3 inch reddened area around the anus was all that remained. Diarrhea continued, but with the use of Calmoseptine Ointment applied twice daily, healing took place rapidly.
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How to use Calmoseptine Skin Moisture Barrier?
- Cleanse the skin with a mild skin cleanser
- Gently dry or allow to air dry
- Apply a thin layer of Calmoseptine Moisture Barrier Ointment 2 to 4 times daily, and after each incontinent episode or diaper change
- When necessary, remove the Calmoseptine ointment with baby oil or mineral oil
How to remove Calmoseptine Moisture Barrier Ointment?
- Wipe with a clean dry cloth or gauze. Skin or wound cleansers with surfactants may also be used. Baby oil (mineral oil) and vegetable oil are excellent for quick removal.
- If the skin is tender or fragile, or if stoma powder has been used and the ointment is crusted, patting or rubbing with oil (mineral, vegetable, or baby oil) will soften the ointment for easier removal.
- Any residual can then be removed with soap and water or a skin or wound cleanser
How to store and/or throw out Calmoseptine?
- Store at room temperature.
- Do not freeze. Protect from heat.
- Keep calmoseptine cream at a dry place. Do not store in the bathroom.
- Throw away unused or expired ointment. Do not flush down a toilet unless told to do so.
- Calmoseptine Ointment Active Ingredients:
- 0.44% Menthol (External analgesic/Anti-itch)
- 20.6% Zinc Oxide (Skin protectant/Anorectal astringent)
- Calmoseptine Ointment Inactive Ingredients:
- Chlorothymol, calamine
- Sodium bicarbonate
- Phenol, and thymol in a suitable ointment base
- For external use only
- Not for deep or puncture wounds
- Keep out of reach of children
- Avoid contact with eyes
- If condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days, consult a doctor
Calmoseptine Moisture Barrier Ointment FAQ's
Can Calmoseptine Cream be used on open wounds?
Calmoseptine Cream should not be applied on open or deep wounds, animal bites, infections, or nasty burns or cuts.
How do you remove Calmoseptine from skin?
It is possible to extract calmoseptine by wiping it with a clean, dry cloth or gauze. Wound cleansers with surfactants can also be used. If the skin is very tender, or if the stoma powder has been used and the ointment is crusted, patting or rubbing with mineral, vegetable or baby oil may softened the ointment for easy removal.
Can Calmoseptine be used on babies?
Calmoseptine cream was originally developed for use in infants. It is not recommended that it be used on premature newborns.
Does Calmoseptine leave any allergic reactions?
There are very few reports of allergic reactions to Calmoseptine Ointment. Calmoseptine Ointment does not contain Latex or any "food products" such as nut, nut oils, wheat, gluten, fish oils, or dairy derivatives. People with allergies to Lanolin or Menthol may react to Calmoseptine Ointment.
How much amount of calmoseptine ointment should one use each time?
It only takes a thin layer for Calmoseptine Ointment to be effective. In most cases, using too much will not cause any problems but it can be messy. Under ostomy appliances, only a very small amount should be used and it must be rubbed in well. Add a small amount of stoma powder to make wafer adhere better.
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