Dosage form: lotion
Ingredients: BENZOYL PEROXIDE 5g in 100mL
NDC Code: 49520-101
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ACTIVE INGREDIENT BENZOYL PEROXIDE 5%
PURPOSE ACNE TREATMENT
USE FOR TREATMENT OF ACNE
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
DO NOT USE * IF YOU HAVE VERY SENSITIVE SKIN OR ARE SENSITIVE TO BENZOYL PEROXIDE.
ASK A DOCTOR OR PHARMACIST BEFORE USE IF * PREGNANT OR LACTATING. YOU ARE USING OTHER TOPICAL ACNE MEDICATIONS AT THE SAME TIME OR IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING USE OF THIS PRODUCT. THIS MAY INCREASE DRYNESS OR IRRITATION OF THE SKIN. IF THIS OCCURS, ONLY ONE MEDICATION SHOULD BE USED UNLESS DIRECTED BY A DOCTOR.
WHEN USING THIS PRODUCT * AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES. IF CONTACT OCCURS, FLUSH THOROUGHLY WITH WATER. * KEEP AWAY FROM LIPS AND MOUTH.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN * IF SWALLOWED, GET MEDICAL HELP OR CONTACT A POISON CONTROL CENTER RIGHT AWAY.
* AM: APPLY SIDE 1 BENZOYL PEROXIDE TO CLEAN SKIN.
PM: APPLY SIDE 1 BENZOYL PEROXIDE TO CLEAN SKIN. ALLOW TO DRY. NEXT APPLY SIDE 2 WITH RETINOL. ALLOW TO DRY. DAILY USE OF SUNSCREEN IS RECOMMENDED. * IF BOTHERSOME DRYNESS OR PEELING OCCURS, REDUCE APPLICATION TO ONCE EVERY OTHER DAY.
* AVOID STORAGE AT EXTREME TEMPERATURES (BELOW 40°F AND ABOVE 100°F).
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS CHAMBER A: WATER, POLYACRYLAMIDE, C13-14 ISOPARAFFIN, LAURETH-7, ACETYL CARBOXYMETHYL COCOYL GLYCINE, PHENOXYETHANOL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, DECYLENE GLYCOL, CARBOMER.
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benzoyl peroxide lotion
|Labeler - mybody (004460532)|
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