Caldesene Powder

Last Update May 25, 2016
Caldesene Powder is a skin medication.
Uses: Caldesene Powder is approved for Diaper Rash and Rash and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Caldesene, Desitin
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What people say about Caldesene Powder

Positive 95 "I had had a lot of pain on the side of my left breast up until then, and it seems like the strap helped to ease the pain. ...I still get some discomfort when I work but not nearly a bad as before."Read more positive discussions
Negative 20 "I have been using Caldesene powder but it didn't seem to help much, I went back to the chemist today as his rash is weeping slightly and they gave me Timodine so I am using that as well as the powder... "Read more negative discussions
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Alcohol warning on Caldesene Powder
There may be a negative interaction between Caldesene Powder and alcohol.
How do I obtain Caldesene Powder?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
Ingredients
Zinc Oxide/Corn Starch, Undecylenic Acid, Cod Liver Oil/Zinc Oxide
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