11 Apr 2010
Pramoxine, apparently is a topical anesthetic like ointment, gel, or lotion. It's used for rashes, minor skin irritations. I read through it thoroughly but it doesn't mention anything about FDA regulations.Maybe if you Google FDA, type in the name, and if it doesn't show up, I would assume that it is not. Sorry I couldn't answer for you.
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