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a substance that relieves or prevents itching

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They were most likely to have used a topical antipruritic, astringent, or low-potency corticosteroid, or a combination of these.
Consumers are likely to be more open to purchase products in categories such as antiparasitics/lice (head and body) treatments, topical antifungals, haemorrhoid treatments and antipruritics as the stigma of the condition itself will lead them to treat it at the earliest opportunity.
In contrast, with patients who habitually scratch lesions they describe as non-pruritic, neurotic excoriations could be the source of PN, making the nodules less likely to respond to antipruritic therapies.
WASHINGTON -- Antipruritic therapy in patients with atopic dermatitis should combine peripherally acting anti-inflammatories, immunomodulating agents, moisturizers, and centrally-acting inhibitors, Dr.
Consumers are increasingly shifting from seeking symptomatic relief to addressing underlying health conditions, with this likely to result in volume decline for many products including cold sore treatments, antipruritics and haemorrhoid treatments.
Orion is especially strong in antipruritics and antifungals with brands, such as Hydrocortison (antipruritics), Daktarin and Nizoral (antifungals).
Particularly for those with chronic eczema, scabies or psoriasis, antipruritics are a necessity.
However, the major composition within the market was still made up of core products such as antifungals, antipruritics, and medicated shampoos.
The company also produces a number of antipruritics brands, including Betacort, Cloderma, Cortiderm and Furaderm.
Antipruritics is a category which includes products that are used to treat insect bites, which are more common during favourable weather conditions.
USPRwire, Fri Dec 18 2015] The growth rate of dermatologicals in 2015 is expected to be 14%, slightly smaller growth compared to the previous year, due to the drop of the growth of dermatologicals categories such as antipruritics, topical allergy remedies/antihistamines and topical germicidals/antiseptics.
The long-term usage of dermatological products such as antipruritics and topical antifungals can result in skin burns, with this being much less of a risk with herbal/traditional products.
Many of the problems that dermatologicals treat are more frequent in old age, with hair loss treatments, topical antifungals, haemorrhoid treatments and antipruritics all benefiting from demand from the older population.
Product coverage: Acne Treatments, Antiparasitics/Lice (Head and Body) Treatments, Antipruritics, Child-Specific Medicated Skin Care, Cold Sore Treatments, Haemorrhoid Treatments, Hair Loss Treatments, Medicated Shampoos, Nappy (Diaper) Rash Treatments, Topical Allergy Remedies/Antihistamines, Topical Antifungals, Topical Germicidals/Antiseptics, Vaginal Antifungals.
The company's Canoderm and Miniderm brands, categorised under antipruritics, are indeed the two most popular dermatologicals brands in Sweden, generating value shares of 12% and 9% respectively in 2015.