Information About Ascabiol Emulsion
Scabies are treated with Ascabiol Emulsion, a combination medication. It destroys the small insects (mites) as well as their eggs. It also eliminates head lice.
Ascabiol Emulsion should be used according to the doctor’s instructions for dosage and duration. Before using this medication, wash your hands. Before using, it is best to read the label for instructions. Before using this medication, wash your hands. Only use on the afflicted areas.
Do not exceed the advised dose of this medication. Notify your doctor if you have any known sensitivities to this medication. Hair loss, rashes, sleepiness, headache, itching, and dry skin are all frequent adverse effects of this medication.
Please visit your doctor if these side effects or any other symptoms you believe are caused by this medication continue for an extended period of time. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have any other disease.
Ascabiol Emulsion Uses
Ascabiol Emulsion Benefits
Scabies is a skin disorder caused by mites, which are microscopic insects that infest and irritate your skin. The mites and their eggs on the skin are killed with Ascabiol Emulsion. This relieves itching, swelling, and redness. Ascabiol Emulsion also aids in the killing of head lice and their eggs, providing relief from itching and discomfort caused by lice. It is usually effective after one or t=wo administrations, but for best results, complete the course of treatment.
Ascabiol Emulsion Side Effects
Most side effects do not require any medical attention and disappear as your body adjusts to the medicine. Consult your doctor if they persist or if you’re worried about them
Common side effects of Ascabiol
- Burning, irritation, itching and redness
- Dry skin
How to Use Ascabiol Emulsion
Use this medication in the dosage and period recommended by your doctor. Before using, read the label carefully.
Q1. What is the purpose of Ascabiol emulsion?
Ascabiol Emulsion is used to treat scabies (a condition in which microscopic insects infest and irritate your skin). Apply a thin layer of this medicine all over your body and wait 8-14 hours before bathing or showering. Try not to get it in your eyes, nose, or mouth.
Q2.What exactly is Ascabiol emulsion for infants?
Because of the increased risk of major adverse effects, Ascabiol Emulsion is not indicated for use in newborns and preterm infants.
Q3. Is Ascabiol used to treat fungus?
Cetrimide and Gamma benzene hexachloride (lindane) are both present in Ascabiol Emulsion 50 ml. Cetrimide is antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal. Cetrimide disrupts or damages the cell membranes of bacteria, resulting in bacterial death.