Aspergel

Active Ingredient(s): Trolamine Salicylate
Category: Pain Relief



Aspergel Overview

Trolamine salicylate (Aspercreme, Aspergel) is an organic compound which is the salt formed between triethanolamine and salicylic acid. It is used as an ingredient in sunscreens, analgesic creams, and cosmetics. The salicylic acid portion contributes to both the sun protection effect (by absorbing UVB radiation) and to the analgesic effect. The triethanolamine neutralizes the acidity of the salicylic acid. One benefit of this topical analgesic is that it has no odor, in contrast to other t...

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I hade shingles in the right eye four years ago and still have pain in the right side of my face and right side of my head will aspergel help this ## Hello, Alice! How are you? Have you consulted your doctor? It might be due to some nerve damage, and if that is the case, the Aspergel may not be strong enough to help. The FDA lists its typical side effects as including skin redness, irritation and rash. Are you on any other medications?

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Trolamine Salicylate
  • Cream: 10%
  • Lotion: 10%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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