Products destined to be used by humans and on humans to prevent, control or treat and alleviate a disease fall into the medical device category. A product can be considered a medical device if it performs its function in a non-pharmacological, immunological or metabolic way. Its purpose of use must in any case be medical. Sector regulations list a series of essential safety requirements products must comply with, which also include effectiveness.
Favours the reduction of patches in hyperkeratosic skin and soothes irritation.
Decongests nasal mucous membranes and reduces allergic crises.