consist of the smallest powdery substances suspended in a liquid, for example, water and glycerin, water - glycerol and alcohol. At rest, the powders settle and a clear boundary is noted between them and the liquid. Immediately before use, the medicine must be shaken or shaken until a uniform suspension is formed. Hence the other name for this dosage form - "talkers."
Powders applied to the skin after evaporation of water remain on it with a thin layer and are retained for many hours due to glycerin. Other medications, for example, ichthyol, tar, etc. can be added to this dosage form, depending on the indications. Chatterbox calms superficial inflammatory processes and reduces unpleasant subjective sensations. It is applied to the skin with either a soft brush or a piece of cotton wool wound on a stick. The talker dries quickly, no dressing required. Remove the talker by rinsing with water.