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They can be triggered by certain foods, nutritional deficiencies, hormonal and menstrual causes, as well as stress. They have also been associated with oral injury and immune system problems.

Ingredients


The active ingredient in Zilactin B has been identified as Benzocaine. Zilactin B is made with a combination of ionized water, SD alcohol 38-B and propylene glycol mixed with boric acid, salicylic acid, tannic acid and hydroxypropyl cellulose, as confirmed by online pharmaceutical resource sites. The active ingredient Benzocaine has local anesthetic properties; it has been known to have adverse effects in people who are sensitive to local anesthetics.

Reviews


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Reviewers of Zilactin B gel for canker sores are largely appreciative of its numbing and soothing properties. Zilactin B forms a protective layer over the sore that is meant to last anywhere between three to six hours. Several users report that the gel delivers more effective aid than a number of homemade and pharmaceutical alternatives. Reviewers report an initial stinging sensation followed by considerable pain and irritation relief.


Zilactin B is meant to create a quick-drying protective film over the sore that is sustained over several hours by the bio-adhesive in the gel. Users do offer suggestions to improve the application of the gel for more effective action, such as allowing the film to dry for a few extra moments to allow the film to form thoroughly.


Walgreens


Walgreens has information on the product but user feedback does not seem to be available on the site. It identifies Zilactin B as a temporary oral pain reliever for discomfort caused by canker sores, dentures or braces. The site recommends medical consultation before use in children. It advises against exceeding dosage and a seven day period of use. The site advises not to use the gel if you are allergic to anesthetics.


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Zilactin B

Zilactin B is a benzocaine topical that works as a local anesthetic by influencing the body's nerve signals. It is largely used to lessen pain reduce discomfort generated by skin problems, sunburn, sore throats, irritation in the genital or anal region, impaired toenails, minor hemorrhoids to name a few. Its use has been associated with a lethal condition called methemoglobinemia, which is why it should be administered under the direction of a medical professional.

Canker Sores


Canker Sores are non-cancerous mouth ulcers that can cause great discomfort. Appearing in simple and complex types, these sores can painfully affect all mouth activity and make a chore out of speaking, chewing or sipping. They can appear in any fleshy area of the mouth, including the tongue, gums, inner lips and cheeks. They tend to be preceded by a tingling feeling or mild burning sensation in the area. They can be identified by their telltale round shape and their white/grey coloring often edged with red. Symptoms also include fever, an overall sluggish feeling and inflamed lymph nodes. Canker sores can grow to uncomfortably large sizes, can spread and may sometimes last more than a fortnight.

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CVS


The CVS website identifies Zilactin B as a benzocaine capable of lessening feeling to treat pain in the mouth area caused by sores or injury. Despite being available over the counter, CVS encourages consulting a professional before use, especially in children. The site advises informing the prescribing professional of your infections, allergies to anesthetics /food dyes/preservatives, pregnancy or lactation if applicable. Strict hygiene while administering the gel is recommended. CVS encourages caution in the prescription and use of the drug.


It may react with medicines containing sulfonamides. CVS discourages the long term use of the gel, insisting that any use be professionally monitored and restricted to the prescribed time. CVS identifies possible side effects that will need to be reported to a doctor: allergic reactions including rashes, heart rate and breathing irregularities, anxiety, perspiration, seizures or tremors. User feedback is not available.

Walmart


Zilactin B cannot be found in Walmart catalogues online.


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