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  • Sunburn

    However, only around a quarter (0·5 mg cm 2 ) of this amount is applied by sunbathers.[] Epidemiology How many melanomas might be prevented if more people applied sunscreen regularly? A.C.[] The relation between the sunscreen amount applied and the SPF provided was most likely to follow exponential growth ( r 2  0·903).[]

  • Insect Bite

    If you need to apply both sunscreen and repellent with DEET, apply the sunscreen first and let it soak into the skin for about 15 minutes, then apply the repellent.[] Call 1-800-767-9927 Clean area Apply to the bite area by pressing straight down repeatedly until liquid flow, then dab sparingly If itching persists, apply again in 10 to[] Applying tea tree oil on mosquito bite or bug bites will bring instant relief from itching.[]

  • Blepharitis

    And similarly, if lice are the cause, petroleum jelly can be applied along the base of eyelashes to prevent them.[] All patients were instructed to apply warm compresses and an eye-friendly soap twice daily.[] Multivariate analysis with a multiple Cox regression model was applied to analyse the data.[]

  • Actinic Keratosis

    However, it is not as effective unless it's applied correctly.[] […] and 2 (0.7%) applied only the first and second doses.[] Topical 1% dimethicone lotion applied during and after treatment of facial AK with ingenol mebutate gel 0.015% reduced mean total LSR scores at days 8 and 15 compared with[]

  • Contact Dermatitis

    To apply the topical corticosteroid: Apply your emollient first and wait several minutes before applying the topical corticosteroid, until the emollient has soaked into your[] Most people will only have to apply it once a day. You should apply your emollient first and wait around 30 minutes before applying the topical corticosteroid.[] If you are using an emollient for the first time, you may want to apply a small amount before applying it to a widespread area.[]

  • Rosacea

    Treatments for rosacea include medicines that are applied directly to the affected skin. 1 Some doctors will prescribe a topical antibiotic, which is applied directly to the[] We applied various conventional treatments including topical benzoyl peroxide and metronidazole as well as oral metronidazole, isotretinoin, and doxycycline.[] […] g gel and a treatment course of potassium-titanyl phosphate (KTP) laser therapy is presented, showing a reduction from baseline, maintained after final laser session, by applying[]

  • Muscle Strain

    Continue applying cold several times a day for 20 to 30 minutes at a time.[] Heat can be applied when the swelling has lessened. However, the early application of heat can increase swelling and pain.[] Note: Ice or heat should not be applied to bare skin. Always use a protective covering such as a towel between the ice or heat and the skin.[]

  • Dermatitis

    Tar cream can be applied to scaling areas and removed several hours later by shampooing.[] General measures Discontinue applying all face creams including topical steroids, cosmetics and sunscreens (zero therapy).[] Apply ketoconazole or ciclopirox cream once daily for 2 to 4 weeks, repeated as necessary.[]

  • Acne Vulgaris

    In addition, when topical antioxidants were pre-applied to the skin and then exposed to cigarette smoke, an average decrease of 40.9% in lipid peroxide values was observed[] Linked data Primary Entity # Drugs : international journal of current therapeutics and applied pharmacology reviews, featuring evaluations on new drugs, review articles on[] The results revealed that the number of acne eruptions decreased even though patients were applying make-up.[]

  • Overeating

    The same rationale can be applied to other environments notorious for encouraging overeating.[] Talk to your family doctor to find out if this information applies to you and to get more information on this subject.[] […] for Disease Control and Prevention, Improving Your Eating Habits Copyright American Academy of Family Physicians This information provides a general overview and may not apply[]

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