Malfur medicated soap comprises a unique formula expert in Keratolytic, Anti-Pruritic, and Antiseptic action that helps with soothing itchy and inflammatory skin conditions. A blend of Salicylic Acid and Sulphur in medicated soap synergistically performs extraordinary antiseptic action when used alone or in combination therapy.
When given in adjuvant therapy or when used as a single treatment, Malfur medicated soap bar benefits itchy, inflammatory skin conditions.
- Seborrheic dermatitis,
- and some fungal skin conditions
1. Salicylic Acid
Malfur medicated soap comprises Salicylic acid, a keratolytic (skin-peeling) substance that causes the skin’s epidermis to shed. Topical salicylic acid also treats skin conditions that involve scaling or an overgrowth of skin cells, including psoriasis, dandruff, seborrhea, and acne.
Salicylic acid in Malfur medicated soap is also well known for its ability to reduce inflammation. It indicates that it may aid in reducing swelling and redness, particularly linked to dry, itchy skin conditions. In addition, Salicylic acid also possesses antibacterial qualities that may aid in the destruction of germs associated with itchy skin conditions.
Similar to Salicylic acid, Sulphur or Sulfur is also keratolytic, which causes the dead skin to shed. It aids in removing dead skin cells that may layer up in psoriasis or other scaly skin conditions.
Sulphur is also rich in antifungal, antibacterial, and antiparasitic properties. Its inclusion in Malfur medicated soap add-in medicinal and therapeutic characteristics that can help treat skin conditions like dry, itchy areas and irritation. Being keratolytic, it helps moisturize and soften rough, dry skin. Additionally, Malfur medicated soap comprises anti-inflammatory and antibacterial characteristics of Sulphur, helps soothe itching, and treats mild to severe cases of psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, and similar skin conditions.
- Store below 30°C.
- Avoid getting into the eyes. If this occurs, then rinse properly.
- Do not apply on broken skin. Avoid getting near your eyes, nose, or mouth. If it enters, wash it with water.
If undue irritation develops or increases, discontinue use and consult a physician.
- Salicylic Acid
- Use Malfur medicated soap twice daily or as directed by a physician.
- Make some lather and make sure that all affected areas of the skin are covered.
- Leave on for 60-90 seconds and then rinse thoroughly.
- Use daily for optimal results. If uncomfortable dryness or peeling develops, reduce the application of Malfur medicated soap to once daily or every other day.
Q1. Can sulfur and salicylic soap soothe itchy skin?
The keratolytic and antibacterial action of Malfur medicated soap helps moisturize and soften rough, dry skin, ultimately treating eczema and other itchy skin conditions. Moreover, its anti-inflammatory role also lessens itchy skin irritation.
Q2. What adverse effects the sulfur salicylic acid soap can cause?
The potency of added sulfur and salicylic acid in Malfur Antiseptic Soap is mild enough for sensitive skin. A person highly sensitive to any of Malfur medicated soap’s ingredients may experience mild burning, tingling, stinging, itching, or redness. In that case, cease its use and consult.
Q3. Is sulfur soap effective against fungus and bacterial infections?
Malfur medicated soap comprises sulfur, known for its keratolytic, antifungal, and antibacterial properties. It makes this antiseptic soap effective against conditions like Tinea Versicolor, scabies, dandruff, and acne vulgaris.