Antibiotic resistance 

Antibiotic resistance is a growing threat since it jeopardizes treatment of infections where antibiotics are necessary. Medical care depends on effective antibiotics in situations such as surgery, transplants and cancer treatment that may involve an increased risk of infection.


Eczema is a skin disease that causes inflammation in the skin’s outer barrier. It is a condition that is not contagious. The term eczema or dermatitis, meaning inflammation in the skin, is a collective term used for several skin conditions where the symptoms are similar.


Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease that has become one of the most common diseases.

Pubic lice

This skin parasite lives on human blood and thrives best on moist, warm skin surfaces. Without access to blood, crab lice die within 24 hours. Itching is the most common symptoms of crab louse infestation.

Head lice

Head lice are the most common of our mammalian parasites to infect humans and infest the hair and scalp. Epidemics often occur at the start of each school year. Head lice live on human blood and bite the skin a few times each day.


Impetigo is a contagious infection of the surface layers of the skin that is most common in children aged between 0-12 years of age, but also affects adults. Impetigo is commonly occurring and is caused by streptococcal and/or staphylococcal bacteria.

Wound healing

No matter the size of a wound, it is important for the healing process that the wound is well treated and controlled. During any healing process the goal should be to heal the wound as quickly as possible because even the smallest wounds can lead to an infection.


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Treatment information

Tenutex® is a cutaneous emulsion containing benzyl benzoate / disulfiram. Tenutex® is a prescription free medicine that is active against Scabies, Head lice, and Pubic lice. Ask your doctor or nurse before using Tenutex® for treating Pubic lice or Scabies. Treatment of Scabies: Wash and dry your body. Carefully massage the hole body except your head with Tenutex®. Only in infants should the head be treated.  Wash off thoroughly after 24 hours. In severe infections, repeat the treatment after 1 week. Avoid contact with the eyes. Tenutex® contains cetostearyl alcohol which may cause local skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis). Read the patient information leaflet carefully before use.