Itch-Soothe Cream is beneficial for various forms of itching, those that are associated with skin allergies, chicken pox (where the skin is unbroken), insect bites and stings.
Itch-Soothe may also be used for the treatment of scabies.
This anti-itch cream is meant for topical use only and should not be applied to broken or damaged skin
Adults may apply a small amount of Itch-Sooth to the affected area 2-3 times everyday, until itching subsides. This product may provide relief for 6-10 hours after each application. If you continue to experience itching after 5 days of using this product, you must consult with your doctor or pharmacist.
ADULTS Take a warm bath and dry the skin. Rub Itch-Soothe Cream into the entire body surface (excluding the face and scalp) until no traces of the preparation remain visible on the surface. Repeat this application once daily, preferably in the evening, for a total of 3-5 days. Pay particular attention to sites that are susceptible to infestation by the mites (eg. the areas between the fingers and toes, wrists, the armpits and genitals). Areas where there is pus formation, should be covered with a dressing impregnated with Itch-Soothe. While the treatment is in progress, you may take a bath before the next application. After completion of the treatment, a cleansing bath should be taken followed by a change of bed linen and clothing.
For children older than 3 years old, the same dosage as for adults may be applied.
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- Before using Itch-Soothe for scabies, discuss appropriate treatment with your pharmacist or doctor.
- Itch-Soothe should not be used if you have ever had an allergic reaction to
the active ingredient or any of the other ingredients in the cream.
- Itch-Soothe should not be used on acutely inflamed, weeping skin conditions or skin wounds owing to the possibility of it being absorbed into the blood stream.
- Itch-Soothe should not be allowed to come in contact with the eye. Where
such contact occurs by accident, the eyes should be washed with saline or water.
Pregnancy and breast feeding:
- Do not use Itch-Soothe during pregnancy unless advised by your doctor.
- It is not known whether Itch-Soothe passes into the breast milk. Nursing mothers should avoid applying Itch- Soothe in the area of nipples.
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