Frequently Asked Questions
Desonide is one of the medium-acting corticosteroids, and it is safe to use Janunide ointment in adults and children over ten months old, and Janunide gel in children three months old and over. The use of stronger corticosteroids has more side effects and is contraindicated in children.
The active ingredient of both desonides is 0.05%. The medicinal form of the gel has greater effectiveness than other topical forms, and in addition to the anti-inflammatory effect, it also has a cooling effect, making it a more suitable form for hairy and moist areas of the body such as the scalp, armpits, and external genital area.
The pharmaceutical form of the ointment has more permeability and strength than other topical forms and is more suitable for areas with thicker skin such as palms, elbows, and feet, as well as for dry skin and hyperkeratosis lesions.
Depending on the type of disease and re-stimulation or the presence of allergens, there is a possibility of lesions returning
Janu-brim gel is a specific treatment for redness caused by rosacea. Due to the difference in the mechanism of action of Janunide gel, it is not related to the treatment of rosacea.
If the duration of exposure to the sun is less than one hour, you can still use the product despite the reduced effect of the active ingredient. Exposure to the sun for more than an hour or inside the car in hot weather will destroy the formulation, and it is better to prepare a new medicine.
In the medicinal form of gel, unfortunately, the structure of your medicinal gel is damaged, so buy a new medicine. If there is no change in the consistency and appearance of the formula, you can use it, but preferably discard the medicine and prepare a new Janunide ointment.
Clean the contact area with a tissue and rinse the residue well with water. Do not try to remove the medicine with your tongue or by swallowing.
Swallowing the drug leads to gastrointestinal side effects such as nausea and diarrhea. If the medicine is swallowed by the patient, immediately rinse the mouth with plenty of water. Then go to the hospital immediately. It should be noted that vomiting should not be induced under any circumstances.
Do not rub the eyes after contact with the medicine and immediately wash the eyes with plenty of water for several minutes. While washing, open and close your eyes several times to ensure sufficient washing. See a doctor if eye inflammation persists.
It can be used for up to 90 days provided the medicine is stored in the conditions stated in the box. However, at the end of 90 days, you can be certain about the stability of Janunide by controlling the color and smell of the product and its consistency. Although the weight of the product is such that with proper and regular use, it will be used up less than 90 days after opening the medicine.