Traducción de calamine en Español:


loción de calamina, n.

(calamine lotion)

Pronunciación /ˈkæləˌmaɪn//ˈkaləmʌɪn/



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    loción de calamina femenino
    • Treatment of mild to moderate rash includes application of cool compresses or diluted aluminum acetate solution, such as Burow's solution, or calamine lotion.
    • Resist scratching, lather with soap and rinse to avoid secondary infection, and apply calamine lotion to relive the itching.
    • A cool bath and soothing lotions (e.g. calamine, 1% menthol aqueous cream) may ease the itch.
    • Applying calamine lotion to itchy areas may help.
    • If you get bitten, wash the area with soap and water or apply calamine lotion or one of the many cortisone creams on the market.
    • Quinine salts appeared in many preventative types of sun lotion and calamine was often used to take out the sting.
    • Sometimes jaundice causes itching which can be treated with preparations such as calamine lotion.
    • Neither would most rush off to the Doctor or hospital for insect bites or a minor sniffle they could fix themselves with calamine lotion, or eucalyptus inhalation.
    • The longer he continues in practice, the fewer the names recalled, and the therapy diminishes to calamine lotion, Lassar's paste, sulphur ointment, and chrysarobin.
    • You may substitute Benadryl lotion or a calamine preparation with menthol, but these are less effective.
    • Your doctor might have you use antihistamine pills, a steroid cream, calamine lotion, or zinc oxide cream.
    • Apply 0.5 percent or 1 percent hydrocortisone cream, calamine lotion or a baking soda paste to the bite or sting several times a day until your symptoms subside.
    • If your skin is itchy, avoid using alcohol, calamine lotion or powder - because all three tend to dry your skin, she says.
    • Works better than calamine lotion for itchy rashes.
    • Apply a soothing cream such as aftersun cream, calamine lotion or preparations containing aloe.
    • Crotamiton or calamine cream or lotions have soothing qualities and may help to relieve itching.
    • Moisturising, after-sun or calamine lotions can ease some of the discomfort.
    • She pulls me by the arm and leads me to the bathroom, opens the drug cabinet and takes out a small brown bottle labeled calamine lotion.
    • Put calamine lotion on itchy areas (but don't use it on the face, especially near the eyes).
    • It lasts a week and can be soothed with calamine lotion.
    • Over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream or calamine lotion will reduce itching and inflammation.
    • Antihistamines and calamine lotion can be used to bring down swelling and ease itching.
    • I've used hydrocortisone creams and calamine lotion, but they only relieve my symptoms minimally.
    • If chilblains develop, don't scratch them; soothing lotions such as witch hazel or calamine will take away most of the discomfort.
    • Like calamine lotion on burnt skin, it soothes the blistering heat of the local cooking.
    • Lotions containing calamine may be used on open lesions to reduce pain and pruritus.