Dr. Scholls Extra Thick Callus Removers
Dosage form: disc
Ingredients: SALICYLIC ACID 0.4g
Labeler: Bayer HealthCare LLC
NDC Code: 11523-0463
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Extra Thick Callus
Salicylic acid 40%
- for removal of calluses
- relieves pain by removing calluses
For external use only
- if you are a diabetic
- if you have poor blood circulation
- on irritated skin or any area that is infected or reddened
Stop use and ask a doctor if discomfort lasts
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
▪ wash affected area and dry thoroughly
▪ if necessary, cut medicated disc to fit callus
▪ apply medicated disc with sticky side adhering to skin
▪ cover medicated disc with enclosed cushion
▪ after 48 hours, remove medicated disc
▪ repeat procedure every 48 hours as needed for up to 14 days (until callus is removed)
▪ may soak callus in warm water for 5 minutes to assist in removal
▪ Store between 20° to 25°C (68° to 77°F).
▪ Protect from excessive heat (temperatures above 40°C (104°F)).
antioxidant (CAS 991-84-4), iron oxides, mineral oil, petroleum hydrocarbon resin, silicon dioxide, synthetic polyisoprene rubber, talc
EXTRA THICK CALLUS REMOVERS
salicylic acid disc
|Labeler - Bayer HealthCare LLC (968091715)|
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