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Anti-Itch Steroid Free

Generic name: camphor and menthol topical [KAM-for-and-MEN-thol-TOP-ik-al]
Brand names: Alevex Pain Relieving, Alevex Pain Relieving Roll-On, Anti-Itch Steroid Free, Arctic Relief, Avedana Pain Relieving Roll-On,… show all 23 brands
Drug class: topical rubefacient

What is Anti-Itch Steroid-Free?

Anti-itch Steroid Free (for the skin) is a blend product that is used to alleviate minor muscle or joint discomfort. The product can also be used as a massage for the chest to ease symptoms that are associated with the common cold.Anti-itch steroids can be used to treat conditions not covered in this medication guide.

Side effects of Anti-itch Steroid-Free

See a doctor immediately. If you are experiencing symptoms warning signs of an allergic response, such as difficulty breathing, hives, or swelling of your lips, face, and tongue,

Anti-Itch Steroid Free can result in serious side effects. Stop using Anti-Itch Sterofree and contact your physician at anytime if you experience:

  • Intense burning, stinging, or irritation at the site where the medication was applied;
  • Breathing issues after applying the medicine to your chest.

The less serious side effects could be more likely, and you could not experience any whatsoever.

This is not a comprehensive list of possible side effects, and other side effects could be experienced. Contact your doctor for advice regarding medical adverse effects.Report any adverse reactions directly to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Follow the directions on the label as well as the packaging. Follow the instructions exactly.

Before you take this drug

Consult a physician or pharmacist about whether it is safe to apply anti-itch steroids in the event that you suffer from sensitive skin.Don't use this medication for a child or infant without consulting with your physician.Consult a physician before using this medicine if you are breastfeeding or pregnant.If you are breastfeeding, refrain from applying this medication to the nipple areas of your body.

How to Take Anti-itch Steroids-Free ?

Be sure to read and adhere to any instructions for use that are included with your medicine. Consult your physician or pharmacist for clarification if you are unsure of the instructions.When you first start using it, you should apply it only to a small area to see the reaction of your skin to the drug.Do not consume by mouth. Topical medicine should be applied solely to the skin. Don't apply it to open wounds or apply it to sunburned, scaly, dry, or inflamed skin.Cleanse your hands prior to and after applying the medicine.Camphor as well as menthol can trigger discomfort or a sensation of cold or burning. This is generally mild and will decrease over time as you continue to use it. If the sensation causes severe discomfort, wash your skin with soap and water.Do not cover the skin with a bandage or a heating pad.Avoid applying this medication within one hour prior to or for 30 minutes after you take a bath or shower.Consult your physician if symptoms don't improve after seven days and if you suffer from a fever, a headache, or an itch or eruption. Contact your doctor if you are experiencing pain or if your pain disappears and returns within several days.Keep the storage at room temperature, far from heat and moisture. Keep the store away from sunlight. Keep away from flames or high temperatures. Avoid burning or puncturing the empty container.

What happens if I miss the dose?

The use of menthol and camphor is in the event of need and doesn't have an ad-hoc dosing schedule. Don't apply the product more frequently than what is stated by the manufacturer on its label.

What happens if I overdose?

A dose of anti-itch steroids is not likely to pose a danger. You should seek medical attention in an emergency or contact the Poison Help Line at 1-800-222-1222 in the event that anyone has swallowed the medication accidentally.

What should be avoided?

Do not take this medicine through your nose, eyes, or mouth. If contact does occur, wash your eyes with water.

Interaction with other drug

Skin care products will not be affected by other medications you take. However, many medications can interact with each other. Discuss with your doctor all of your current medications, such as prescription and over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, and herbal supplements.