There are no officially reported side effects of Sayman Salve from the U.S. Food and Drugs Administration as of March 2015, according to Drugs.com. However, there is a possibility that some common side effects of topical emollients, which include the active ingredient of Sayman Salve, may occur in certain individuals.
The common side effects of topical emollients include burning, mild itching and stinging. Severe allergic reactions may also occur, leading to rashes, hives, difficulty breathing, persistent itching, skin irritation, chest tightness, and swelling of the mouth, lips, face and tongue reports Drugs.com.
Sayman Salve is a product of Lee Pharmaceuticals, a company that manufacturers personal care and cosmetic products, according to Bloomberg. Sayman Salve is designed to protect the skin from minor cuts, burns, and chapped and chafed skin. Further, Sayman Salve can also be used for skin irritation and diaper rash, according to WedMD.