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Can I apply Extracalm® on itchy skin due to sunburn?

Yes, you can apply Extracalm® to potentially minimize peeling. We advise you to stay out of the sun.

Can I apply Extracalm® on my face?

Yes. We advise you to keep your eyes closed when you apply Extracalm® to the face. Extracalm® cannot be used on the eyelids or in the eye.

Can I apply Extracalm® to an open wound?

No, we do not advise applying Extracalm® on an open wound. If Extracalm® is applied to an open wound, a stinging sensation may occur. Rinse the wound with clean water or a wound cleanser.

How often can I apply Extracalm®?

It can be applied 2 to 6 times per day until the symptoms have disappeared. Do not use Extracalm® for more than 30 days.

How to store Extracalm® ?

Keep at room temperature (below 25°C), in a dry place and in the original packaging. Do not store Extracalm® in the fridge. Do not use Extracalm® after the expiry date shown on the packaging. The expiry date (USE BY year/month) is the last day of the indicated month and year. Extracalm® is a pressurized container. Protect from sunlight and do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50°C

What is Extracalm®?

Extracalm® is a gel spray for the symptomatic treatment of itch.

What is Extracalm® used for?

Extracalm® is used for itchy, painful, red or irritated skin (not for open wounds) caused by: • Senile pruritus (e.g., elderly itching due to dry/senile skin) • insect bites, • first-degree burns, • sunburn, • dry skin, • dermatological procedures (e.g. peelings, laser treatment), • allergic reactions caused by contact with certain substances , • symptomatic itching of unknown origin