Vitasharm is a complex vitamin preparation that improves skin microcirculation, stimulates the synthesis of collagen, hyaluronic acid, elastin, nourishes the hair follicles and protects the skin from external stimuli, solar radiation and free radicals.
Release form and composition
Vitasharm tablets are made, each of which contains active ingredients:
- 5.68 mg of vitamin A (retinol acetate);
- 5 mg of vitamin B1 (thiamine chloride);
- 5 mg of vitamin B2 (riboflavin);
- 10 mg of vitamin B5 (calcium pantothenate);
- 5 mg of vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride);
- 50 mg of vitamin PP (nicotinamide).
Auxiliary components of the multivitamin preparation are sucrose, starch, talc, calcium stearate, gelatin, magnesium carbonate, polyvinylpyrrolidone, beeswax, titanium dioxide, methylcellulose, aerosil.
In blister packs of 10 tablets, as well as in a glass or polymer container of 30 and 50 tablets.
Indications for use
According to the instructions, Vitasharm tablets are indicated for use in the following cases:
- Vitamin A (retinol) deficiency in the body;
- Deficiency or absence of B vitamins in the body;
- Skin diseases accompanied by hyperkeratosis (psoriasis, eczema, ichthyosis);
- Increased brittle nails;
- Deterioration of hair and skin;
- Hair loss;
- Chronic diseases of the nervous system.
For prophylactic purposes, Vitasharm should be prescribed for hypovitaminosis in order to prevent deterioration of the skin, nails and hair.
Effective drug for strengthening hair follicles and improving the structure of hair and nails.
The Vitasharm multivitamin preparation is contraindicated for use in the following cases:
- During pregnancy and breastfeeding;
- Chronic pancreatitis;
- Hypersensitivity to one or more components of the drug.
Vitasharm use in pediatrics is contraindicated.
Dosing and Administration
According to the instructions, Vitasharm tablets are administered orally. The standard daily dosage of a vitamin complex is 1 tablet after a meal. The drug is taken whole, with a sufficient amount of liquid (at least half a glass of water).
Changing the above dosage regimen is not recommended. As a rule, prophylactic and therapeutic courses of taking medication are 1 month. Repeated use of a vitamin complex is recommended to be coordinated with the doctor.
The use of Vitasharm by patients is well tolerated, side effects are rare.
The most common side effects are allergies in the form of urticaria, skin rash, nausea, anaphylactic reactions caused by hypersensitivity to the components of the multivitamin complex.
According to the instructions, Vitasharm is contraindicated for use during pregnancy due to the high content of vitamin A (retinol). An exception can be made only if the patient has a pronounced vitamin A deficiency.
It is not recommended to use Vitasharm in combination with other multivitamin preparations, vitamins A, group B and their derivatives, since hypervitaminosis is likely to develop.
Theoretically, ethionamide, penicillamine, isoniazid, cycloserine, immunosuppressants, amitriptyline, hydrolazine sulfate, cholestyramine, phenothiazine derivatives, barbiturates, chlorpromazine, probenecid, hormonal contraceptives weaken Vitasharma's effectiveness.
Vitasharm can weaken the effect of sedatives, levodopa, tetracyclines, choline derivatives, muscle relaxants, phenytoin, suxametonium chloride.
In the case of long-term use of Vitasharm in high dosages, the development of symptoms of hypervitaminosis, which require discontinuation of the multivitamin complex, is not excluded.
While taking the drug may stain urine yellow. This is the norm due to the content in the preparation of riboflavin and does not require cancellation.
Structural analogues and drugs that have similar pharmacological effects are:
Terms and conditions of storage
According to the instructions, Vitasharm should be stored in its original packaging in a dark, dry, out of reach of children. The shelf life of a multivitamin complex is 2 years from the date of manufacture.