Chap Stick

Active Ingredient(s): Padimate O
Category: Sunscreen

Chap Stick Overview

ChapStick is a brand name of lip balm manufactured by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare and used in many countries worldwide. It is intended to help treat and prevent chapped lips, hence the name. Many varieties also include sunscreen in order to prevent sunburn. Due to its popularity, the term has become a genericized trademark. It popularly refers to any lip balm contained in a lipstick-style tube and applied in the same manner as lipstick. However, the term is still a registered trademark, with ...

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estra noreth and chapped lips

I started taking Estra/Noreth .5 one week ago. For the last three days my lips are very oddly chapped and chapstick does nothing for it. I never have had a problem with chapped lips. Now I'm in agony and applying chap stick every few minutes. Could this be a side effect? ## Hi Dana, How's it going? Sorry to hear about your problem with chapped lips. I had that same problem when I took Accutane, so I know how severe and bothersome it can be.. even when you keep applying more chap stick thinking it will help, but then it just dry's back up within a few minutes Lol. Based on my research though, dry/chapped lips aren't actually listed as a side effect of Estradiol / Norethindrone, but I did find "blistering or peeling of the skin" to be noted as a side effect on some...


Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Padimate O
  • Emulsion
  • Lip Balm: 1.5% + 44%
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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