Azunol Ointment 0.033% for skin inflammation (dimethyl isopropylazulene, guaiazulene, Azulon)
What is Azunol Ointment 0.033% for skin inflammation (Azulon)?
Azunol Ointment contains dimethyl isopropylazulene, also known as guaiazulene, a derivative of azulene and bicyclic sesquiterpene. It provides the following effects:
Guaiazulene promotes wound healing by increasing the proliferation of fibroblasts, reduces redness and swelling by slightly inhibiting immune response and enhances skin barrier functions.
Azunol Ointment 0.033% is effective for treating eczema, erosions, and ulcers due to burns and other skin conditions. Japanese doctors also prescribe it for the treatment of acute skin symptoms in patients with cancer and anorexia nervosa.
Active principles: dimethyl isopropylazulene (guaiazulene, dimethylisopropylazulene)
Amount: 10 tubes of 20 g
Maker: Nippon Shinyaku Co., Inc., Kyoto, Japan
Indications: eczema, skin erosions and ulcers due to burns and other skin conditions
How to take
Apply the required amount of medication several times a day according to the prescription of your doctor.
Contraindications: Do not use in pregnant and lactating women.
If the medicine gets into your eyes, wash it off with water. If irritation occurs, consult a physician immediately.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.