|Ketoconazole 1% W/W,ZPTO 1% W/W
Description: Ketzall soap is a medicated soap used for the treatment of fungal skin infections. It is a combination of two active ingredients, ketoconazole, and zinc pyrithione. Ketoconazole belongs to the class of azole antifungals and works by preventing the growth of fungi on the skin. Zinc pyrithione has antifungal and antibacterial properties and helps to control the growth of fungus and bacteria on the skin.
Uses: This soap is used to treat various fungal skin infections such as ringworm, jock itch, athlete's foot, and other fungal infections of the skin. It also helps to relieve symptoms such as itching, redness, and scaling of the skin.
Side effects: Some common side effects of this soap include skin irritation, itching, and dryness. These side effects usually go away on their own after the discontinuation of the soap. If you experience any severe allergic reactions such as swelling, difficulty breathing, or rash, stop using the soap and seek medical attention immediately.
|All Skin Type
|Third Party Manufacturing
Shine In (Neem + AloeVera + Wheat Germ Oil) Soap: Natural Skin Care
Description: Shine In is a natural soap made with the goodness of Neem, Aloe Vera, and Wheat Germ Oil. Neem is known for its antibacterial properties, Aloe Vera soothes the skin, and Wheat Germ Oil is rich in vitamins and antioxidants.
1. Skin Cleansing: This soap is used for daily cleansing of the skin, helping to remove dirt, impurities, and excess oil.
2. Skin Nourishment: The soap's natural ingredients, like Aloe Vera and Wheat Germ Oil, can provide nutrients that support healthy skin.
3. Skin Irritations: Neem's antibacterial properties may help soothe minor skin irritations.
1. Allergies: If you are allergic to Neem, Aloe Vera, or Wheat Germ Oil, avoid using this soap.
2. Patch Test: Before using on your entire body, do a patch test to check for any adverse reactions.
3. Avoid Eyes: Avoid getting the soap into your eyes, as it may cause irritation.
Side Effects: Neem Aloe Vera Wheat Germ Oil Soap is generally safe for most people. However, individual reactions may vary. Some people might experience mild skin irritation. If you encounter severe skin reactions, discontinue use and consult a dermatologist.
Remember to use the soap as you would any regular soap and follow the manufacturer's instructions. If you have concerns about its use, consult a healthcare professional or dermatologist before incorporating it into your skincare routine.