Medically reviewed by Kovalenko Svetlana Olegovna, PharmD. Last updated on 04.04.2022
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Bioselenium is a suspension for use on the skin or scalp, which contains selenium sulfide as an active ingredient that works against bacteria and fungi (antifungals).</ span>
is indicated for the symptomatic treatment of frequent dandruff and rash with inflammation and peeling (seborrheic dermatitis) of the skin and scalp.</ span>
Bioselenium is indicated in adults and adolescents over the age of 14.
Follow the instructions for taking the medicine in this leaflet or according to your pharmacist's instructions. If in doubt, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Use skin (use external).
the recommended dose is:
Adults </ span> :
one or two teaspoons of suspension twice a week for the first fifteen days and after one to four times a month, depending on the reaction.
Instructions for the proper administration of the drug </ strong>
1-shake the bottle of bioselenium well and pour the equivalent of one or two teaspoons of coffee into the recess of the hand and apply it as a light massage to the area to be treated, adding some warm water, that accelerates foam formation and distributes the drug better.
2 - leave bioselenium switched on for 2 or 3 minutes.
- Rinse off with plenty of water until the medicine is completely removed.
You can repeat the process below.
in case of worsening or persistence of symptoms after a week, ask your doctor.
Use in children and adolescents </ strong>
do not use in children under 14 years of age.
if you use more bioselenium than you should </ strong>
an overdose is not expected given the route of administration. Although accidentally taking large amounts is difficult due to your poor taste, you may experience anorexia (unsuitability), vomiting and anemia.
if you accidentally take it, consult your doctor or pharmacist immediately or go to a medical center or call the toxicological information service on 91 562 04 20, which specifies the product and the quantity absorbed.
the treatment can consist of emptying the stomach by aspiration and washing with a salt cleaning agent.
if you forget to use bioselenium </ strong>
do not use a double dose to make up for forgotten doses. Apply bioselenium by appointment and follow the set frequency.
if you no longer use bioselenium </ span> </ strong>
if you have any further questions about using this medicine, ask your doctor or pharmacist.
like all medications, this medication can cause side effects, although not everyone gets it.
when the medicine comes into contact with the lining of the eyes, it can be irritating and cause conjunctivitis.
Irritation can occur on the skin, so the hair should be thoroughly clarified until the medication is completely removed. It can cause unusual fat in the hair and diffuse hair loss. In rare cases, the hair may be pigmented (usually because it has not been well clarified) and temporary nausea (due to the smell of the active ingredient). Sensitization can also occur.
Notification of side effects </ strong>
if you experience any side effects, talk to your doctor or pharmacist, even if these are possible side effects that are not listed in this leaflet. You can also communicate directly through the Spanish pharmacovigilance system for medicinal products for human use: </ span> www.notificaRAM.es </ a>
by reporting side effects, you can provide more information about the safety of this medicine.