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topical

(of a drug, ointment, etc.) for application to the body surface; local
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In a phase 2b trial, the researchers randomized 194 adults with atopic dermatitis to one of three concentrations of a topical cream containing the selective TRPV1 antagonist PAC-14028, or a placebo vehicle.
For those who want to tackle it, there's a new breed of treatments and topical creams that can offer impressive results.
Revibra C10 is a pure vitamin C topical cream that helps to reduce all signs of ageing and bring back healthier, younger and more vibrant skin tone as its predecessor Strea.
EAI has been effectively treated with 4% hydro quinone topical cream twice a day and tretinoin topical cream at night.2101 (1) Lesions that have epithelial atypia have improved with 5-fluorouracil topical cream.
Greensboro, NC, October 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Dudley Wellness Company, Inc., an emerging wellness company, is changing women's lives by creating a topical cream to relieve pain associated with menstrual cramping.
Noxicare is available in two forms, a topical cream and in capsules that are taken orally.
Likewise, it may be possible to enhance the natural microbiome and biochemical shield on the surface of skin with a topical cream containing Lipigenine biofunctional," said Justine Cotton, marketing manager, skin care biofunctionals, Ashland Care Specialties.
Seventy-one healthy adults ages 18-50 years will be recruited into this clinical trial; 27 subjects will use the topical cream with Tocomin (TOP group) and the other 44 subjects will be given both topical cream with Tocomin and oral supplementation with Tocomin SupraBio (OTOP group).
Both the cancer salves and Curaderm BEC5 topical cream are options to consider.
Amiket is a prescription topical cream, a combination of 4% amitriptyline and 2% ketamine, designated to treat chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) following taxane-based therapy.
Washington, Feb 9 (ANI): Scientists have identified two distinct neuronal signaling pathways activated by a topical cream used to treat a variety of skin diseases-one pathway produces the therapeutic benefit and the other induces severe itching as a side effect.
In this study a topical cream containing Aloe vera considerably enhanced wound healing and reduced postoperative pain and pain on defecation following hemorrhoidectomy compared with placebo.