Telfast is a hay fever and allergy tablet which is sold in New Zealand, It is known as Allegra in the United states, and is a non drowsy antihistamine which provides 24 hour protection from the symptoms of hay fever and allergies.
Kids are particularly prone to minor skin irritations. Because they love to explore and discover the new things around them, it can't be avoided if they get into minor accidents. Minor skin irritations associated with insect bites, stings and itches and minor burns and sunburn can bring about discomfort and pain. If these are not treated right away, it can lead to secondary infections.
First aid treatment for minor skin irritations
Helps numb local pain
Eases swelling and redness
Moisturises the affected area to help soothe damaged skin
Chlorhexidine 1mg/g, Lidocaine Hydrochloride 10mg/g, Bufexamac 50mg/g. Also contains Chlorocresol as preservative.
How to use for best results?
Apply to the affected area 3 to 4 times daily.
For the initial treatment of minor burns apply cold water and apply cream later.
Are there any warnings and precautions?
Do not use on burns where skin is broken or blistered. For serious burns seek medical advice. If skin irritation occurs or if conditions persists, discontinue use immediately and consult a doctor. Do not use Antiseptic Soothing Cream under bandages or dressings.
Do not use on broken or blistered skin. Do not use the cream after the expiry date. Avoid contact with eyes and mouth. Do not use on children under 2 years old. Do not ingest. Do not use for the treatment of chronic or recurring skin conditions or if you have previously had an allergic reaction to any of the ingredients. Local skin irritation may occur with the use of bufexamac. Consult a healthcare professional before use if you have a current or past history of skin allergy or irritation. Do not use on large areas of skin and do not use for more than 7 days at a time, except on doctor's advice.