What is Acticin
Acticin is a scabicidal agent that is used to treat scabies. It is a topical cream that is applied to the skin.
Benefits of Acticin
and Its Uses.
Acticin cream is a topical medication used to treat scabies, a skin infection caused by a tiny mite. The mites burrow into the skin, causing intense itching and a rash. Acticin cream kills the mites and helps relieve the itching.
Scabies is a very contagious skin infection. It can spread through close contact with an infected person, such as in a household or sexual relationship. It can also be spread through contact with objects or surfaces that have been contaminated with the mites or their eggs.
If you think you have scabies, see your doctor. He or she can confirm the diagnosis with a physical examination and lab tests. Treatment with Acticin cream usually begins within a few days of diagnosis.
Side Effects and Dosage of Acticin
Acticin (Permethrin) is a topical cream that is used to treat scabies, a skin infection caused by a tiny mite. Permethrin is a type of medication called an insecticide. It works by killing the scabies mite.
The most common side effects of Acticin include:
burning, itching, or stinging at the application site
If you experience any of these side effects, contact your doctor.
The dosage of Acticin depends on the condition being treated. Always follow the instructions provided by your doctor.