Microcid® – antibacterial cream free from antibiotics for treatment of Impetigo
Microcid® is an OTC medicine used for the treatment of impetigo. Microcid® can also be prescribed by a nurse or a doctor.
Microcid® does not contain preservatives and no contact allergy has been demonstrated against the components of Microcid®.
Microcid® is an antibacterial cream without antibiotics and therefore does not cause antibiotic resistance. The cream contains hydrogen peroxide and naturally occurring lipids.
How to use Microcid®
Use soap and water to remove scabs. Try to remove as much of the scabs as possible to get an effective treatment since it is under the surface of the scabs the bacteria have the best chance of surviving. Lubricate with Microcid® 2-3 times a day.
Read more at www.impetigo.eu or at FASS.
Size: 25 g
Microcid® cream contains hydrogen peroxide and is used against Impetigo. Apply 2-3 times per day, or based on need, on the infected area. The treatment should not exceed 3-4 weeks. Avoid contact with the eyes. Contains propylene glycol which might give skin irritation. Read the patient information leaflet carefully before use.
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