Alora - combined drug of plant origin, has a local analgesic, anti-inflammatory, resolving and regenerative effect.
Release form and composition
Alora is produced in the form of liniment to 30 g of dark glass jars or aluminum tubes. Liniment is a dense mass of dosage for topical use intended to be rubbed into the skin.
100 g of product contains:
- Aloe 48, 8 g;
- Calendula extract 10 g;
- Extract of camomile 20 g;
- Castor oil 11 g;
- Eucalyptus oil 100 mg;
- Menthol 100 mg.
According to the instructions, Alor is used in the complex treatment of the following diseases:
- Post-traumatic arthritis;
In addition, the drug is used for the treatment of soft tissue injuries involving bruising and swelling.
For people confined to bed and leading a sedentary lifestyle, we recommend the use Aloroma as preventing the formation of bedsores.
The drug is contraindicated in persons with hypersensitivity to one or more of its components.
Do not apply to open wounds Alor and abrasions.
Caution should be used liniment women during pregnancy and lactation.
Dosage and Administration
According to the instructions, Alor is recommended to apply to the skin in the inflammation thin layer of no more than 2-3 times a day, gently rubbing. The course of treatment is from 5 to 15 days. If necessary, a second course is appointed in 10-14 days.
The drug should not be applied to damaged skin.
Application Aloroma can cause allergic reactions such as itching, redness and swelling. This usually occurs when a hypersensitivity to the drug or because of non-compliance with key recommendations for its implementation. In the case of allergic reactions discontinue the use of liniment and consult a doctor.
Currently, structural analogues of the drug does not exist.
Conditions and terms
The drug should be stored in a dry place at a temperature not higher than 15 ° C.
Shelf life Aloroma is 2 years from date of manufacture.