STRIDEX Naturally Clear
Dosage form: liquid
Ingredients: SALICYLIC ACID 0.1g
Labeler: Blistex inc
NDC Code: 10157-1070
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SALICYLIC ACID 1% WITH ACNE MEDICATION
- For the treatment and management of acne
- reduces the number of acne pimples and blackheads and allows the skin to heal
- helps to prevent new acne pimples from forming
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Allergy alert:do not use this product it you have a known allergy to salicylic acid.
- Cleanse the skin thoroughly before applying medication
- use the pad to wipe the entire affected area
- repeat with a clean pad as necessary to remove remaining traces of dirt,because excessive drying of the skin may occur , start with one application
- if bothersome dryness or peeling occurs, reduce application to once a day or every other day
- do not leave pad on skin for an extended period of time
- keep away from eyes ,lips and other mucous membrane
using other topical acne medications at the same time or immediately following use of this product may increase
dryness or irritation of the skin. If this occurs , only one medication should be used unless directed by doctor.
If swallowed get get medical help or contact a posion control center right away.
stridex naturally clear liquid
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