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BRAND LISTING - Calmurid HC Cream (Hydrocortisone/Urea/Lactic Acid)
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CALMURID HC CREAM (HYDROCORTISONE/UREA/LACTIC ACID)

Calmurid HC Cream Description

If you are experiencing pain, swelling, itching, or inflammation of your skin, ask your doctor about a prescription for Calmurid HC Cream. Whether it’s eczema, an insect bite or sting, or a rash that is causing your symptoms, Calmurid HC Cream has 3 active ingredients that will help calm the symptoms that are causing you to scratch, rub, and itch your skin.

The idea is to control the symptoms quickly before you cause a sore or break in your skin from scratching the affected area. If this happens, then your rash or other inflammatory condition may become infected by the bacteria that live on your body. Calmurid HC Cream should not be applied on open sores or used for treating a skin infection.

How the Active Ingredients Work

Hydrocortisone is a topical corticosteroid that works the same as your own naturally produced cortisol from your adrenal glands. By increasing the steroid level in your body, your immune system will be suppressed by preventing the production of chemicals that cause inflammation.

Urea is a natural substance found in your skin that absorbs and retains water. When you apply Calmurid HC Cream, the Urea will penetrate your outer skin layer and increase your skin’s capacity to hold moisture to keep your skin hydrated.

Lactic Acid works much the same way as Lactic Acid so your dry, itchy patches of skin are moisturized and no longer itchy or flakey. This action also helps the hydrocortisone to reach deeper into your skin layers and decrease the inflammation.

Conditions Treated by Calmurid HC Cream

Eczema is now thought to be the result of structural defects in your outer skin layer (epidermis) that makes your skin more permeable to antigens and toxins that your immune system believes to be a threat. Your skin barrier is now more penetrable which results in itchy, red patches of skin to appear as your immune system becomes over-active which interferes with the natural process of new skin cells replacing old ones as they slough off. The active ingredients of Calmurid HC Cream makes it easier to penetrate the skin layer and turn down your immune system while preventing the release of prostaglandins and other chemicals that cause the inflammation.

Before Calmurid HC Cream is Prescribed to You

Ask your doctor about any risks of using Calmurid HC Cream while you are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Discuss other medical conditions or allergies with your doctor and list any OTC or Rx drugs you take or use, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements so it can be determined if Calmurid HC Cream is safe for you.

Calmurid HC Cream Proper Use and Precautions

You should only apply Calmurid HC Cream for the time indicated by your doctor as long-term use could increase your risk of side effects. Do not wrap or bandage the treated area unless instructed to do so by your doctor. Keep Calmurid HC Cream out of children’s reach and never share your medications with anyone else.

Possible Side Effects of Calmurid HC Cream

  • Stinging upon application
  • Skin thinning/stretch marks
  • Change in skin pigmentation

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