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ALOE BARBADENSIS EXTRACT

Aloe barbadensis Extract is another term for aloe vera, a plant with medicinal properties. It has been used for centuries to treat burns, acne, and skin problems. It is now widely used as an ingredient in cosmetics and skin care products.

Aloe Barbadensis Extract is applied as a gel to the skin to treat conditions such as acne, inflammation, skin damage, wounds, diaper rash, hemorrhoids, dandruff, scabies, and pain. It can also offer relief for genital herpes, skin itching, scaling skin, sunburns and dry skin.

Aloe Barbadensis Extract is used to treat the following conditions:

Do not give Aloe Barbadensis Extract to those with the following conditions:

  • Pregnancyor breast-feeding
  • Children
  • Intestinal conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, or obstruction
  • Kidney problems

Aloe Barbadensis Extract may have the following side effects:

  • Redness in the eyes
  • Skin rashes
  • Irritation
  • Burning sensation

Precautions

Take extra caution in patients with the following medical conditions:

  • Hypersensitivity reactions

 

Interactions

Aloe Barbadensis Extract may interact with the following medicines:

If you think you may have used Aloe Barbadensis Extract more than the usual dose, seek medical help immediately.

 

Available Brands:

  • Mederma
  • Benzac Skincare

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