VITAMIN B5 ALSO KNOWN AS BEPANTHENE (OR PANTHENOL) INCREASES HAIR GROWTH, PREVENTS HAIR LOSS AND PREMATURE GRAYING
INDICATIONS OF VITAMIN B5
Bepanthene (Panthenol) is a medicine in the form of an injectable solution used as an adjunctive treatment of diffuse hair loss, i. e. decreased hair density.
ADMINISTRATION OF VITAMIN B5
Bepanthene (Panthenol) 250 mg/ml is an injectable solution used for intramuscular injection.
The average dosage is 1 to 2 ampules per day intramuscular injection at a frequency of 3 times a week for 6 weeks. However, your doctor may prescribe you a different regimen, so it is important to follow their advice.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
Do not use Bepanthene if you are allergic to any of the components of the solution for injection.
Find all the special warnings and the list of side effects on the leaflet. For more information about Biotin injection, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
When taking this medicine, drug interactions are possible. So, remember to inform your doctor about the type of medicine you are currently taking.
It is not recommended to use Bepanthene during pregnancy and lactation.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT VITAMIN B5 INJECTION
Volume & Packaging: 6 x 2 ml ampules.
Active substance (for 1 ml of solution): Dexpanthenol (Vitamin B5): 250 mg
Other components: pantolactone, water for injections
Storage Conditions: Store Bepanthene injection at room temperature (up to 25ºC / 77ºF). DO NOT FREEZE. Keep it out of reach and sight of children.
If after administering Bepanthene injection you notice allergic reactions such as eczema, hives, itching or swelling, stop treatment and see your doctor promptly.
If you do not notice any improvement despite the treatment, talk to your doctor.
For any information about this medicine, please consult the package leaflet or ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.