Generic Name and Formulations:
Olive oil, glycerin, pentylene glycol, palm glycerides, vegetable oil, hydrogenated lecithin, squalane, betaine, palmitamide MEA, sarcosine, acetamide MEA, hydroxyethyl cellulose, sodium carbomer, carbomer, xanthan gum; crm; fragrance- and preservative-free.
PruGen Inc. Pharmaceuticals
Indications for PRUMYX:
Dermatoses (including radiation dermatitis). Dry skin.
Adults and Children:
Apply to affected areas 3 times daily or as needed. Broken skin: may be occluded.
Avoid exposure to sun. Treat any infection if present; may be continued during anti-infective therapy. Reevaluate if no improvement after 10–14 days.
Radiation therapy: may dissolve fuchsin dye; do not use 4 hours prior to session.
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