Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 019155/001.

Names and composition

"LAC-HYDRIN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of AMMONIUM LACTATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019155/001 LAC-HYDRIN AMMONIUM LACTATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020508/001 LAC-HYDRIN AMMONIUM LACTATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
019155/001 LAC-HYDRIN AMMONIUM LACTATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
020508/001 LAC-HYDRIN AMMONIUM LACTATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
075570/001 AMMONIUM LACTATE AMMONIUM LACTATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE
075575/001 AMMONIUM LACTATE AMMONIUM LACTATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE
075774/001 AMMONIUM LACTATE AMMONIUM LACTATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE
075883/001 AMMONIUM LACTATE AMMONIUM LACTATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE
076216/001 AMMONIUM LACTATE AMMONIUM LACTATE LOTION/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE
076829/001 AMMONIUM LACTATE AMMONIUM LACTATE CREAM/TOPICAL EQ 12% BASE

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Answered questions

Any danger in using some samples of expired lac-hydrin 12%?
I found some old samples in my closet of lac-hydrin 12% but the expiry date is 06/2000. Does the expiration date merely signify the lotion won't be as effective or harmful to use past this date? Should I just toss it out and forget about using it or is it still good? Asked by Missy Darrington 1 year ago.

most medication expiration dates just mean its not AS effective as it once was and they cant sell it after that date since its not as effective. I'm not a doctor...so dont take my word for it, but its okay to take expired medication MOST of the time. i've taken Claritin from 2000 and im still alive! Answered by Laci Demonett 1 year ago.

Chemically, the acid part was no longer effective about 6 years ago. The lotion base of it has probably seperated. The preservative systems usually last a year after the date, if you store them perfectly. Pitch it in the trash A new bottle can be had at most pharmacies without a prescription - if I remember its about 15 bucks for an 8 o bottle. Good stuff for certain skin conditions, but not every needs it - and there are better lotions for "just really dry skin" out there Answered by Aubrey Pereda 1 year ago.


What lotions from the grocery stole contain Lac-Hydrin?
Can anyone read grocery store i don't own a credit card so any online links wouldn't help Asked by Alesha Sellen 1 year ago.

Eucerin cream. Answered by Anibal Jahde 1 year ago.


What lotions work best to treat keratosis pilaris?
I've heard Lac Hydrin Five works well, but I wanted to know my other options. Has anyone had any good results using a particular product? Asked by Jolanda Menze 1 year ago.

Well Keratosis pilaris will never go away. Its a chronic condition. Using Lac-Hydrin is the best cream to help the appearance. Basically smooths out the skin. i don't know of a better treatment. Answered by Micah Gascho 1 year ago.


How do u get rid of keratosis pilaris?
i`ve had these small bumps on my arm since i was little. i`m 13 now and the bumps are embarrassing .How do i get rid of them Asked by Alonso Alen 1 year ago.

Lac-hydrin. You can get teh over-the-counter version at Costco for $14 or so. Answered by Lilly Bankert 1 year ago.


What is ammonium lactate 12% cream made for?
Asked by Arlie Fulghum 1 year ago.

Lac-Hydrin Cream is indicated for the treatment of ichthyosis vulgaris and xerosis Answered by Isiah Santillanez 1 year ago.


What are the types of ingrediants that you look for in lotion used for...
Keratosis pilaris. what kind of stuff should the lotion be made with/off? please help me i need to know asap. and please dont tell me what kertosis pilaris is and what it does because i already know. thank you to everyone who helps. Asked by Alethia Bergfeld 1 year ago.

Intensive moisturizing cremes, lac-hydrin, topical retinoids such as Retin A and medicated lotions containing alpha hydroxy acids or urea may be used to temporarily improve the appearance and texture of affected skin. Depending upon the severity of keratosis pilaris in a patient, some who have the disorder may be prescribed Triamcinolone Acetonide cream. The cream is a synthetic corticosteroid and is highly effective in reducing the amount of keratin in pores. It often dramatically reduces the visibility of the red, inflamed bumps and leaves patients with xeroderma feeling as if their dry skin has been quenched. Triamcinolone is typically applied after bathing once every one to two days. Also, beta hydroxy acids can help improve the appearance and texture of the afflicted skin. Milk baths may provide some cosmetic improvement due to the lactic acid—a natural alpha hydroxy acid in milk. Coconut oil may also be helpful if applied to afflicted areas while in the shower. Answered by Hermila Hashim 1 year ago.


How can I lessen the appearance of Keratosis pilaris, also known as chicken skin?
I've had for a long time and it has never really bothered me but I do want it to go away or at least not be too noticable. I have it on my arms (mainly my upper arms) and they has become less noticable on their own, which is nice but I also have it on my thys and legs. I want to treat it but I don't know... Asked by Devon Enny 1 year ago.

I've had for a long time and it has never really bothered me but I do want it to go away or at least not be too noticable. I have it on my arms (mainly my upper arms) and they has become less noticable on their own, which is nice but I also have it on my thys and legs. I want to treat it but I don't know exactly what to do. I've been searching for answers on the internet but I am wondering what wroks. Please help me. Answered by Thao Brokke 1 year ago.

Lac-Hydrin cream 12% (prescription in the US, OTC in Canada) has been VERY successful for this. If you're in the US, your doctor can write you a prescription....or if you know someone in Canada, they can mail it to you. You should wear a sun-screen with this though, as it makes you more susceptible to sunburn. But it works great for KP! Answered by Jonathan Cader 1 year ago.

Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Leg Makeup (in LIght, Medium, Tan and then Deep glow [for african americans] ). It's waterproof and also stays on as long as you don't put on lotion before hand. Some people have even worn it to a pool and it works. It's like 11 dollars. It's hard to find, try the Sally Hansen or the nail polish aisle. It only washes off easily in the shower as long as you have soap and a washcloth. pretty good. The only thing is glitter. But I'd rather have glitter than kp. If you can't find that then go for any other type of body makeup. Try to get waterproof. Answered by Thanh Semenza 1 year ago.


Is it possible to get rid of Keratosis Pilaris?
I am 21 and apparently have Keratosis Pilaris. How to get rid of it? Is it even possible?. I have it up and down my left and right shoulder. It stops just before the elbow. I think I first got it when I was 12 and it was all over my upper back, chest and shoulders. At first doctors thought it was acne and told me... Asked by Emilie Euertz 1 year ago.

I am 21 and apparently have Keratosis Pilaris. How to get rid of it? Is it even possible?. I have it up and down my left and right shoulder. It stops just before the elbow. I think I first got it when I was 12 and it was all over my upper back, chest and shoulders. At first doctors thought it was acne and told me not to worry about it and to use over-the-counter acne prone skin soap in the shower, but it was making my skin super dry and wasn't helping so I stopped used products for acne skin. Anyway, as I got older it disappeared on my shoulder and back, but it is still on my shoulders. So I finally went to another doctor who specializes in this stuff more years later and I asked about it again and said its not acne its Keratosis Pilaris. He said there isn't much I can do about it. It's nothing to worry about and that I was probably born with it and that it didn't kick in until I hit puberty. Answered by Lacy Sonnenburg 1 year ago.

Lac-Hydrin lotion12% or cream 12% will do it. In the US, you need a prescription for this - in Canada you can get it over the counter. It doesn't dry your skin out, it's acutally moisturizing, and it WORKS for KP! Ask your doctor to write you a prescription for this, I just about guarantee it will work. Answered by Gretta Stuckert 1 year ago.


Any danger in using some samples of expired lac-hydrin 12%?
I found some old samples in my closet of lac-hydrin 12% but the expiry date is 06/2000. Does the expiration date merely signify the lotion won't be as effective or harmful to use past this date? Should I just toss it out and forget about using it or is it still good? Asked by Faustino Widdoes 1 year ago.

most medication expiration dates just mean its not AS effective as it once was and they cant sell it after that date since its not as effective. I'm not a doctor...so dont take my word for it, but its okay to take expired medication MOST of the time. i've taken Claritin from 2000 and im still alive! Answered by Devora Ackmann 1 year ago.

Chemically, the acid part was no longer effective about 6 years ago. The lotion base of it has probably seperated. The preservative systems usually last a year after the date, if you store them perfectly. Pitch it in the trash A new bottle can be had at most pharmacies without a prescription - if I remember its about 15 bucks for an 8 o bottle. Good stuff for certain skin conditions, but not every needs it - and there are better lotions for "just really dry skin" out there Answered by Felice Rosavio 1 year ago.


What lotions from the grocery stole contain Lac-Hydrin?
Can anyone read grocery store i don't own a credit card so any online links wouldn't help Asked by Nancee Menesez 1 year ago.

Eucerin cream. Answered by Hollis Yamashita 1 year ago.


What lotions work best to treat keratosis pilaris?
I've heard Lac Hydrin Five works well, but I wanted to know my other options. Has anyone had any good results using a particular product? Asked by Mui Knowell 1 year ago.

Well Keratosis pilaris will never go away. Its a chronic condition. Using Lac-Hydrin is the best cream to help the appearance. Basically smooths out the skin. i don't know of a better treatment. Answered by Marilynn Bordley 1 year ago.


How do u get rid of keratosis pilaris?
i`ve had these small bumps on my arm since i was little. i`m 13 now and the bumps are embarrassing .How do i get rid of them Asked by Phoebe Tuorto 1 year ago.

Lac-hydrin. You can get teh over-the-counter version at Costco for $14 or so. Answered by Maryam Lowa 1 year ago.


What is ammonium lactate 12% cream made for?
Asked by Henry Kendzior 1 year ago.

Lac-Hydrin Cream is indicated for the treatment of ichthyosis vulgaris and xerosis Answered by Tawnya Demmel 1 year ago.


What are the types of ingrediants that you look for in lotion used for...
Keratosis pilaris. what kind of stuff should the lotion be made with/off? please help me i need to know asap. and please dont tell me what kertosis pilaris is and what it does because i already know. thank you to everyone who helps. Asked by Juliette Boarts 1 year ago.

Intensive moisturizing cremes, lac-hydrin, topical retinoids such as Retin A and medicated lotions containing alpha hydroxy acids or urea may be used to temporarily improve the appearance and texture of affected skin. Depending upon the severity of keratosis pilaris in a patient, some who have the disorder may be prescribed Triamcinolone Acetonide cream. The cream is a synthetic corticosteroid and is highly effective in reducing the amount of keratin in pores. It often dramatically reduces the visibility of the red, inflamed bumps and leaves patients with xeroderma feeling as if their dry skin has been quenched. Triamcinolone is typically applied after bathing once every one to two days. Also, beta hydroxy acids can help improve the appearance and texture of the afflicted skin. Milk baths may provide some cosmetic improvement due to the lactic acid—a natural alpha hydroxy acid in milk. Coconut oil may also be helpful if applied to afflicted areas while in the shower. Answered by Quyen Rzucidlo 1 year ago.


How can I lessen the appearance of Keratosis pilaris, also known as chicken skin?
I've had for a long time and it has never really bothered me but I do want it to go away or at least not be too noticable. I have it on my arms (mainly my upper arms) and they has become less noticable on their own, which is nice but I also have it on my thys and legs. I want to treat it but I don't know... Asked by Sofia Leier 1 year ago.

I've had for a long time and it has never really bothered me but I do want it to go away or at least not be too noticable. I have it on my arms (mainly my upper arms) and they has become less noticable on their own, which is nice but I also have it on my thys and legs. I want to treat it but I don't know exactly what to do. I've been searching for answers on the internet but I am wondering what wroks. Please help me. Answered by Bethany Knewtson 1 year ago.

Lac-Hydrin cream 12% (prescription in the US, OTC in Canada) has been VERY successful for this. If you're in the US, your doctor can write you a prescription....or if you know someone in Canada, they can mail it to you. You should wear a sun-screen with this though, as it makes you more susceptible to sunburn. But it works great for KP! Answered by Basilia Coneys 1 year ago.

Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Leg Makeup (in LIght, Medium, Tan and then Deep glow [for african americans] ). It's waterproof and also stays on as long as you don't put on lotion before hand. Some people have even worn it to a pool and it works. It's like 11 dollars. It's hard to find, try the Sally Hansen or the nail polish aisle. It only washes off easily in the shower as long as you have soap and a washcloth. pretty good. The only thing is glitter. But I'd rather have glitter than kp. If you can't find that then go for any other type of body makeup. Try to get waterproof. Answered by Palma Sheive 1 year ago.


Is it possible to get rid of Keratosis Pilaris?
I am 21 and apparently have Keratosis Pilaris. How to get rid of it? Is it even possible?. I have it up and down my left and right shoulder. It stops just before the elbow. I think I first got it when I was 12 and it was all over my upper back, chest and shoulders. At first doctors thought it was acne and told me... Asked by Stephania Sippy 1 year ago.

I am 21 and apparently have Keratosis Pilaris. How to get rid of it? Is it even possible?. I have it up and down my left and right shoulder. It stops just before the elbow. I think I first got it when I was 12 and it was all over my upper back, chest and shoulders. At first doctors thought it was acne and told me not to worry about it and to use over-the-counter acne prone skin soap in the shower, but it was making my skin super dry and wasn't helping so I stopped used products for acne skin. Anyway, as I got older it disappeared on my shoulder and back, but it is still on my shoulders. So I finally went to another doctor who specializes in this stuff more years later and I asked about it again and said its not acne its Keratosis Pilaris. He said there isn't much I can do about it. It's nothing to worry about and that I was probably born with it and that it didn't kick in until I hit puberty. Answered by Maurita Cliche 1 year ago.

Lac-Hydrin lotion12% or cream 12% will do it. In the US, you need a prescription for this - in Canada you can get it over the counter. It doesn't dry your skin out, it's acutally moisturizing, and it WORKS for KP! Ask your doctor to write you a prescription for this, I just about guarantee it will work. Answered by Mitch Ussery 1 year ago.


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