Topical application of Allergosan cream may cause itching or irritation, which passes quickly. In some cases, allergic dermatitis or other allergic skin reactions may occur. No general resorptive or systemic effects were observed with topical application of the product.
In which cases should you not apply Allergosan cream?
Allergosan should not be used in patients with a history of hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.
Precautions for use
When should Allergosan cream be used with caution? It is not recommended to apply the product on large areas of skin, damaged skin integrity and burns.
Allergosan cream is more suitable for acute skin reactions with wetting and fluid secretion. Allergosan cream can be used during pregnancy and breast-feeding, but only at the discretion of the attending physician. When applied topically Allergosan cream is not absorbed and does not affect active attention, ability to drive and use machines.
What other drugs affect the action of Allergosan cream? There are no data on the interaction of the product with other agents in topical application. However, the use of other topical medicines at the same time as Allergosan cream is not recommended.