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Exorex Lotion is a skin lotion or cutaneous emulsion primarily used for the treatment of psoriasis of the skin and scalp. It contains coal tar solution as its active ingredient. Coal tar works by softening and removing the overgrown skin cells associated with psoriasis. It also reduces inflammation and relieves itchiness.
Exorex Lotion is known for its patented formulation that contains a prepared coal tar extract, which helps to relieve and prevent itching and inflammation associated with psoriasis.
Use and Dosage
Exorex Lotion should be applied directly to the affected areas of the skin in a thin layer, rubbing it gently until it is completely absorbed. It should be used two to three times per day or as directed by a doctor.
To use Exorex Lotion, first gently wash and dry all affected areas of skin. Then, apply a thin layer of lotion to the affected area two to three times a day, rubbing it gently until it is completely absorbed. Follow the instructions on the package leaflet or as directed by a doctor. Additionally, moisturize as often as needed between Exorex Lotion applications using compatible moisturizers such as Exorex Moisturizing Cream for the body and Exorex Scalp. It may take a few weeks of consistent use to see improvements in the symptoms of psoriasis. If you experience any adverse reactions, stop using the product and seek medical attention.
Common Side Effects of Exorex Lotion (Coal tar - non-Rx):
- Stinging (mild): especially for gel and solution dosage forms
- Skin irritation, itching, burning, redness, and dryness
Serious Side Effects of Exorex Lotion (Coal tar - non-Rx):
- Skin irritation not present before use of the lotion
- Skin rash
Forms and Strength
Exorex Lotion (Coal tar - non-Rx) is available in the following forms and strength:
Exorex Lotion: Lotion
- Exorex Lotion should not be used on broken or infected skin.
- Exorex Lotion may increase sensitivity to sunlight, avoid prolonged exposure to the sun or use appropriate protective clothing and sunscreen.
- Exorex Lotion may stain clothing, bedding, and other fabrics, cover treated areas with clothing or bandages until the product is fully absorbed.
- Exorex Lotion should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding without consulting a doctor.
- Exorex Lotion may cause skin irritation or allergic reactions in some individuals, perform a skin patch test before using the product.
- Exorex Lotion should not be applied to sensitive areas such as the face, genitals, or anal area.
- Exorex Lotion should not be used on children under the age of 12 without consulting a doctor.
- Exorex Lotion may interact with other medications or skincare products, consult a healthcare professional before using it in conjunction with other products.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Is Exorex Lotion safe to use?
Exorex Lotion is considered safe to use when used as directed. However, it may cause skin irritation or allergic reactions in some people. Consult with a doctor before using Exorex Lotion if you have a history of allergies or skin sensitivities.
Can Exorex Lotion be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding?
Consult with a doctor before using Exorex Lotion during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
When can I expect to see results from using Exorex Lotion?
Results may vary, but it typically takes a few weeks of consistent use to see improvements in the symptoms of psoriasis.
Are there any side effects associated with using Exorex Lotion?
Exorex Lotion may cause skin irritation or allergic reactions in some people. If you experience any adverse reactions, stop using the product and seek medical attention.
It's important to purchase Exorex Lotion from verified Canadian pharmacy.