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Adults and children: Apply 2-4 times a day to the affected area or as needed.
Rash, itching, non-inflammatory skin diseases, burns, insect bites, allergic skin inflammation, and eczema.
Do not use this medicine:
If you are sensitive (allergic) to the active ingredient dimetindene maleate or to any of the other ingredients that this medicine contains.
In cases of known allergies to insect bites.
On open or inflamed wounds, on weepy skin disorders, on mucous membranes or near the eyes (especially in babies and small children).
Avoid using over large skin areas, especially in babies and small children. Avoid extended exposure of the treated areas to sunlight.
Consult a doctor if you have a very severe itch or skin lesions that affect large areas of skin.
Tinden Gel contains propylene glycol so it may cause local skin irritations.
Consult your doctor if your symptoms persist for longer than seven days.
Tell your doctor if you have any other disease, if you are allergic, especially to other medicines, if you are already taking other medicines orally or applying them externally.
Pregnancy and Lactation
Use Tinden Gel with caution during pregnancy and breastfeeding and do not apply it to large areas of skin, or broken or inflamed skin.
Do not use the gel on your nipples while you are breastfeeding.
Storage: Store this medicine in a cool place below 25°C.