AmLactin

Active Ingredient(s): Ammonium Lactate
Category: Skin Care



AmLactin Overview

Ammonium lactate is a compound with formula NH4(C2H4(OH)COO). It is the ammonium salt of lactic acid. It has mild anti-bacterial properties. It has E number "E328" and is the active ingredient of the skin lotions Amlactin and Lac-Hydrin.[1] Ammonium lactate is a mix of lactic acid and ammonium hydroxide. It is used as a skin moisturizer lotion to treat dry, scaly, itchy skin. Those who are using it should avoid exposure to sunlight or artificial UV rays, such as sunlamps or ta...

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Can I Use Amlactin Xl For Acne Breakouts

i have some dr. samples of amlactin xl moisterizing lotin formulation proffessional sample 6 oz is it ok to use on my face for breakouts ## The Amlactin products are really just moisturizers, so they won't do anything to help with acne. And if your skin is sensitive to moisture and oils, it may actually make it worse. Many people have to be careful what they use in such instances. There's some limited Amlactin details here. Did your doctor tell you to use it for acne?

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amlactin cream 12%

prescribed for dark scaley patches on leg&foot

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Ammonium Lactate
  • Capsule: 10mg, 5mg
  • Cream, 10%, 12%
  • Lotion: 12%, 5%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

Other drugs which contain Ammonium Lactate or a similar ingredient: (4 results)

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Can I Use Amlactin Xl For Acne Breakouts
i have some dr. samples of amlactin xl moisterizing lotin formulation proffessional sample 6 oz is it ok to use on my fa... 1 reply
amlactin cream 12%
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