What is Xalix?
Salicylic acid is an Keratolytic (peeling agent) which causes skin's outer layer of skin to shed.
Xalix (for your skin) is used for treatments for acne, dandruff, seborrhea, and psoriasis, as well as to get rid of calluses, corns, and warts.Xalix can be used for other purposes not mentioned in this guide.
Side effects of Xalix
Xalix may cause an uncommon but serious allergic reaction or severe skin irritation. These reactions could occur only an hour after applying the medication and may last for a few days or longer.
Stop taking Xalix and seek emergency medical help if you are experiencing indications that indicate reactions to an allergen, such as itching, hives, breathing difficulties, feeling lightheaded, or swelling of your lips, face, tongue, or throat.
Also, stop taking Xalix and contact your doctor immediately if you experience:
- Extreme headache severe headache, the ringing of your ears, trouble hearing, issues with thinking,
- Extreme stomach discomfort, vomiting, or diarrhoea;
- A feeling of lightheadedness, as if you're passing out;
- Extreme dryness, burning, or irritation to the skin.
Common negative side effects of Xalix could include:
- Mild itching, rash, or peeling
- Variations in the shade of the affected skin (usually lightening).
The following isn't an exhaustive listing of all possible adverse reactions, as other reactions could be experienced. Seek advice from your doctor for medical advice about adverse effects. You can report symptoms to the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.
Xalix could cause a rare but severe allergic reaction or extreme itching. Stop using this medication and seek emergency medical assistance if you suffer from symptoms like itching, hives, breathing difficulties, or feeling lightheaded. swelling of your lips, face, tongue, throat, or face.
Before you take this drug
It is not recommended to take Xalix if you are allergic to it.
The use of Xalix in the case of a teenager or child who has flu manifestations and chickenpox can lead to the death of a person or cause a disease known as Reye's syndrome.
Consult a pharmacist or doctor for a recommendation on whether this medicine is safe to use if:
- Kidney disease or liver failure;
- Problems with blood circulation.
Consult a physician before using this medicine if you are nursing or pregnant.
How to take Xalix?
Xalix can be found in many varieties, including liquid gel, gel cream, ointment soap, foam shampoo, pads for cloth, and patches for skin.Follow the directions on the label or as recommended by your physician.Do not chew it. Topical medicines are to be used only on the skin.
Xalix may cause a rare but serious allergic reaction or severe skin irritation. Apply a tiny amount of the medication as a "test dose" to one or two small areas of skin each day for three days. If you don't have an allergic reaction to the medication, you can begin to use the entire dose after the fourth day.You may have shaken the medicine prior to using it. Follow the instructions on the product's label.Do not take Xalix for the treatment of any health issue that hasn't been examined by your physician.
The symptoms you experience may not get better for a few days. Consult your physician if symptoms don't improve or if they worsen.Keep this medicine in its original container at room temperature, away from heat and moisture.Be sure to keep the foam canister clear of flames or extreme temperatures. The canister could be able to explode if it is too hot. Don't puncture or burn an empty aerosol bottle.
What happens if I miss a dose?
Xalix is used when it is needed. If you're on a prescribed dosage schedule, do not miss any doses. Don't take two doses at the same time.
What happens if I overdose?
Get medical attention immediately or contact the Poison Help line at 1-800-222-1222 in the event that anyone has accidentally swallowed the medication.
What should be avoided Xalix?
Do not use Xalix on wounds that are open or on sunburned or windburned skin. itchy, or dry skin.Rinse your mouth with water if this medicine is ingested into your mouth or eyes.
This medication may be flammable. Avoid using near high temperatures or a flame that is open. Clean your hands prior to working with a hair styling tool (such as straightening or curling irons). The high heat can cause the medication to ignite and cause skin burns. Avoid smoking until the gel is completely dry on the skin.
Do not use other medicines for the same areas that were treated with Xalix unless your physician has instructed you to.
Interaction with other drugs
The skin-care products you take aren't likely to be impacted by other medicines you take. However, a variety of drugs may interact. Discuss with your doctor all the medications you are currently taking, such as prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal remedies.