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Ban Labs Cutfar Ointment

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Ban Labs Cutfar Ointment

Ban Labs Cutfar Ointment

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Description:Cutfar Ointment is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Ban Labs Ltd. It promotes wound healing, used for treating Chilblain, Injuries. Erythema, Skin rash. 

Due to excess dryness skin lose its softness and leads to cracks and cuts. Cutfar an unique combination blended with Vipadikahara malaham & Jatyadi taila gives high occlusive effect and creates layer on the skin which give smooth and supple skin.

 

Benefits of Cutfar Ointment:

  • Assists repair of cracked heels.
  • Local antiseptic.
  • Prevents secondary infections

 

Ingredients of Cutfar Ointment:
Vipadikahara malaham – 25 % w/w  a traditional Ayurvedic medicine used for the treatment of cracked heals.
Jatyadi taila – 1 % w/w – It is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal oil, used for quick wound healing in blisters, sinuses, non healing wounds etc. it is used for external application.
Ointment base – q.s. to 100 %

 

Indication of Cutfar Ointment:

  • Cuts & wounds
  • Chilblain
  • Injuries
  • Erythema
  • Skin rash

Direction for use of Cutfar Ointment:

Apply gently 2-3 times a day over the affected part, or as directed by the   physician.

 

Side effects of Cutfar Ointment:

  1. There are no known side effects with this medicine.
  2. This product is meant only for external application.
  3. Avoid accidental oral consumption.
  4. Store in a cool dry place, away from sunlight.
  5. Keep out of reach and sight of children.
  6. This product can be safely used during lactation period and in children for a limited period of few weeks time.

How long to use?

This product can be used for a period of 2 – 3 months of time, based on your doctor’s advice.