are prescribed in the form of an aqueous solution to weeping lesions of the skin. They precipitate exudate proteins with the formation of the thinnest film, which protects the nerve endings from irritation. Due to this, the sensitivity of the skin decreases, local vascular reflexes are weakened, which, in turn, leads to vasoconstriction. The most pronounced anti-inflammatory properties are: 0.25% solution of silver nitrate (lapis), 2% solution of lead - lead water, solution of copper sulfates (0.1%) and zinc (0.4%), 8% solution of aluminum acetate
- Burov's liquid (1-2 tablespoons per glass of water), 1-2% solutions of tannin and resorcinol. More often astringent solutions are used in the form of lotions or wet-drying dressings.