Zvezdochka liquid balm is made according to an ancient Vietnamese recipe based on natural essential oils of peppermint, camphor, clove and levomenthol. Helps with insect bites, in disinfection and aromatization of air. Helps with headaches and dizziness.
Active ingredients: Liquid paraffin 36.00, Levomenthol 22.40, Peppermint oil 18.40, Camphor racemic 8.80, Flavoring Green mediol 0.70, Clove oil 0.46, Chinese cinnamon oil 0.38, Betacarotin dye 0.035
Indications / Application Notes
When applied to the skin, essential oils have a tonic, warming and calming effect. Evaporating from the surface of the skin, the active components of essential oils have a beneficial effect on the human body and create the effect of aromatherapy.
Pregnancy, breastfeeding, individual intolerance to any component of the balm. Damage to the skin, the presence of skin diseases in the areas of application of the balm (pyoderma, dermatitis, eczema). Epilepsy, tendency to cramps, spasmophilia, bronchial asthma.
Mode of application
The balm is applied with a thin layer on the painful areas of the skin and rubbed (with headache - in the temples, the back of the head; with colds, the back and chest are rubbed, with a cold - nose wings). To scare away blood-sucking insects, a small amount of balm is applied to exposed areas of the skin. When an insect bites, the balm is applied to the site of the bite. Zvezdochka balm should be applied to the skin with light massaging movements in the necessary parts of the body, including in the area of active and reflexogenic points. For the correct use of the balm during rubbing and massage, lightly smear the skin at a certain active or painful point. It is necessary to massage it easily, without tension, until the skin turns pink and a sensation of warmth appears. The procedure is carried out 2-4 times a day. Inhalations with the addition of Zvezdochka balm are very effective, especially during outbreaks of respiratory viral infections.
Side effects
Allergic (skin irritation, erythema, rash, peeling, itching, discoloration, hives, contact dermatitis, burns) and bronchospastic reactions are possible. In young children, apnea and collapse may develop when applying a balm in the nose.
Special instructions
Before use, pay attention to your skin. Do not apply balm with hypersensitivity, bleeding, skin diseases (eczema, furunculosis, ulcers, lichen, skin rash, etc.), with inflammation of the veins, thrombosis. Do not massage birthmarks, malignant and benign tumors. Do not use balm in childhood without consulting a doctor. Avoid getting the balm in the eyes, on the mucous membranes, as well as on damaged areas of the skin. Do not apply to large areas of the skin. If allergic reactions occur, wipe the place of application of the balm with a damp cloth and rinse with water to remove the balm from the skin. Because of the danger of photosensitization after applying the balm, sun exposure should be avoided. In case of taking the "Stars" inside, you should immediately consult a doctor. If the balm is accidentally ingested, overdose symptoms include gastrointestinal (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain) and neurological disorders (headache, dizziness, sensation of heat / hot flashes, cramps, respiratory depression, and coma). The treatment is symptomatic. Do not induce vomiting due to the risks associated with subsequent inhalation of camphor and the development of laryngospasm in young children, which can lead to death.
Release form
Liquid balm for external use; 12 ml each in a glass bottle tightly closed with a screw-on plastic cap. Each bottle is placed in a cardboard box. Instructions for use are inside the pack.
Storage conditions
In a dry place protected from light, inaccessible to children, at a temperature of no higher than +25°C.
Shelf life
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