QUENCH CREAM is a topical antimicrobial drug indicated for the prevention and treatment of wounds sepsis in patients with fast, second and third degree burns. QUENCH CREAM has also been used in other skin conditions, such as leg ulcers, where infection may prevent healing.
Minoxidil topical solution USP is indicated for the treatment of alopecia androgenetica in men and women. Onset and degree of hair regrowth may be variable among users.
The most common side effects with Minoxidil Topical Solution 5%
itching and skin irritation of the treated area of scalp. Alcohol present in Minoxidil Topical Solution 5% may cause burning or irritation of the eyes. If Minoxidil Topical Solution 5% accidentally gets into eyes, rinse with large amount of cool tap water.
Other adverse effects reported include Hypersensitivity reactions (including face oedema, generalised erythema, pruritus generalised, swelling face and throat tightness).
Headache, Chest pain, Hypertrichosis, Pruritus Rash, Dermatitis, Oedema peripheral, Weight increase local erythema, dry skin/scalp flaking and exacerbation of hair loss.