Active Ingredient: Lactic Acid
Route of Administration: Local
Dosage Form: Soap
Quantity per package: 1 unit
Availability: Out of stock
Lactibon pH 3.5 is a gentle, soap-free cleanser and acid mantle restorer for daily use. It is perfect for cleaning delicate skin in which common soap is prohibited, in acne and other conditions such as eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, intertrigo, rosacea, ulcerative skin inflammation due to mycosis, pityriasis versicolor, pyoderma, furunculosis, bromhidrosis. This soap bar is especially indicated for the skin of the baby or the elderly or those whose normal conditions are altered. It leaves a pleasant emollient and soft feeling.
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Lactibon pH 3.5 is indicated in the daily cleaning of all normal skin types, to preserve its natural and altered characteristics, to restore the pH and the hydrolipidic mantle. Infant hygiene: The baby’s skin is extremely delicate and vulnerable to any aggressive agent because it has practically no acid mantle. Lactibon pH 3.5 has another great indication in dermo pediatrics: cleaning and removal of the milk scab. It is also very appropriate for cleaning patients affected by childhood viral rashes such as chickenpox, rubella or measles cases. It reduces the pruritus that generates scratching and causes a poor process of epithelialization in the affected areas. The product used daily in the baby’s toilet prevents and eliminates these types of problems by reducing the need and frequency of the use of other topical medications such as antimicrobials, corticosteroids, moisturizers, antipruritic agents, astringent agents, etc. Besides, this product is indicated in atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis (milk crust), diaper dermatitis and sensitive skin.
Dosage and administration
Moisten the skin, apply irritation Bar, gently massage with the foam and rinse.
The use of Lactibon pH 3.5 in denuded skin is not recommended since by virtue of its pH level it could cause irritation in these cases; In addition, contact with the eyes should be avoided.
Irritation (in rare cases).
No cases have been reported.
No interactions are known.