Ingredients: Water, low molecular weight bioregulatory oligopeptides, amino acid complex, succinic and tartaric acids, polysorbate 80, essential oils: mint, juniper.
It is used to rejuvenate and restore the auditory analyzer system.
Pharmacological properties: The ear undergoes aging especially early. An “aging ear” is the anatomical and functional changes of the sound analyzer. Senile hearing loss is one of the most common hearing impairment disorders. The leading role in the development of hearing loss belongs to noise, atherosclerosis, as well as atrophy of nerve fibers in the corti's organ (cochlea) and spiral ganglion. Degenerative phenomena are also observed in the area of the brain responsible for the perception of sounds. The action of a low molecular weight heat-protective bioregulatory oligopeptide 15 is associated with anti-aging and regulatory effects on cells and intercellular contacts in the nervous tissue and stimulation of repair processes in the inner ear. • Thanks to the adaptive effect, the auditory analyzer cells become more resistant to loud noises and oxygen starvation during cerebral arteriosclerosis. • The result of this is the cessation of hearing loss. Indications for use of Oligopeptide 15: • Prevention and correction of age-related changes in the auditory analyzer. • Sensorineural hearing loss. • Discirculatory encephalopathy with the phenomena of hearing loss.
Method of application of Oligopeptide 15: The drug is of central action. For adults and children over 12 years of age, apply in the amount of 12-15 drops to the skin of the inner surface of the forearm and rub in with light massaging movements until completely absorbed once a day. Duration of use is 2-3 months. It is recommended to conduct such courses 2-3 times a year. You should start taking oligopeptides smoothly, from two positions, 5-6 drops per dose per day, increasing the dose to a working time of 1-2 weeks. If necessary, you can connect two more positions of oligopeptides, also smoothly, but next month, etc.
Contraindications: Individual intolerance to the components of the drug, hypersensitivity.