Instructions for the use of "Retinol acetate" - dermatoprotective agent
Instructions for use "Retinol acetate"defines this drug as a dermatoprotective agent that effectively inhibits keratinization, activates the regeneration of the skin and prevents the development of hyperkeratosis. In addition, this drug stimulates the division of epithelial cells and has a pronounced restorative effect. In addition, the instructions for the use of Retinol acetate indicate that this dermatoprotective agent takes a direct part in various oxidation-reduction processes, in the synthesis of proteins, mucopolysaccharides and lipids, in the process of cholesterol formation and in mineral metabolism. It also beneficially affects the function of the sweat, lacrimal and sebaceous glands, several times increases the production of lipase, activates the cell division and myelopoiesis.
Retinol acetate: composition, price
The "Retinol acetate" product, the price ofwhich is, on average, from twenty to sixty rubles, in the form of gelatinous soft capsules of yellow color or an oily liquid of a dark yellow or light yellow hue. The latter includes butyloxytoluene and deodorized sunflower oil. In addition, the oily concentrate of retinol acetate is essential. The instructions for use also indicate that this substance is present in the capsules. In addition, the pills contain sunflower oil, gelatin, glycerin, purified water, methyl parahydroxybenzoate and a yellow dye.
Indications for use
To use this dermatoprotective agent, specialists are usually advised for the therapy of beriberi, A-hypovitaminosis and measles.
People who suffer from dysentery, bronchitisor tracheitis, also recommends starting the use of this drug instruction manual. "Retinol acetate" should be used and during treatment of influenza, acute respiratory disease, pneumonia, xerophthalmia, retinitis pigmentosa and rickets. Among other things, this drug is indispensable for follicular dyskeratosis, ichthyosis, chronic bronchopulmonary diseases, liver cirrhosis, psoriasis, skin tuberculosis, leukemia, epithelial tumors and senile keratosis. In addition, the use of this agent has a positive effect in some forms of eczema, burns, frostbite, inflammatory and ulcerative lesions of the gastrointestinal tract.
Contraindications to prescription
Prescribe this drug is strictly not recommendedin the case of a patient's allergic reaction to any component that is present in the composition, as well as in hypervitaminosis A. Women who are carrying a child, similarly do not advise to begin taking this dermatoprotective agent instruction for use. "Retinol acetate" should not be used in the case of acute forms of inflammatory skin diseases, chronic pancreatitis or cholelithiasis. With great care this drug is used for heart failure and nephritis.