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What is Tarsum shampoo used for?

What is Tarsum shampoo used for?

Tarsum (for the skin) is used to treat the skin symptoms of psoriasis, including dryness, redness, flaking, scaling, and itching.

How do you use cutar emulsion?

Apply a small amount to the affected area. Massage in gently. Apply usually 1 to 4 times a day or as directed by your doctor. Allow to air dry before touching clothing.

Is coal tar shampoo harmful?

Many people using this medication do not have serious side effects. Long-term use of this product can cause hair follicle problems (tar acne). Contact your doctor if you notice new skin bumps and/or acne in the treated area. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is rare.

Can coal tar shampoo make your hair fall out?

It’s not clear whether long-term, daily use of coal tar shampoo leads to hair loss. However, hair loss itself may be seen in scalp psoriasis due to dry hair and from scratching your scalp.

How do you use Cutemol?

For maximum moisturizing, always apply Cutemol® to damp skin. Cutemol® seals in any moisture present which enhances Cutemol’s emollient action. For dry hands, dampen skin and apply a small amount of Cutemol®. Gently massage your hands so Cutemol® spreads evenly.

Is Cutemol good for eczema?

Cutemol is perfect for people who do not get long lasting relief from typical creams and lotions. Patients use Cutemol to ease suffering from: severe dry skin accompanying psoriasis and eczema. when a rich, but easily spread emollient is needed for split fingertips and heels in the wintertime.

Can you use Cutemol on your face?

You can use this moisturizer anywhere on the face and body to treat rough elbows and knees, cracked fingers and cuticles and symptoms of psoriasis and eczema. Although the formula is rich, it absorbs easily into the skin and is easy to apply so you can use it multiple times throughout the day.

Is coal tar in shampoo safe?

Coal Tar is monographed by the FDA as Category I (safe and effective) OTC drug ingredient for use in the treatment of dandruff, seborrhoea, and psoriasis. Coal Tar is absorbed through the skin of animals and humans and is systemically distributed.