Relief Soothing Bath Treatment
Medically reviewed on January 27, 2017
Dosage form: granule, effervescent
Ingredients: OATMEAL 1g in 1g
Labeler: Blue Cross Laboratories, Inc.
NDC Code: 22431-359
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Active Ingredient (in each packet) Purpose
colloidal oatmeal, 100% Skin protectant
Uses Temporarily protects and relieves minor skin irritation and itching due to one or more of the following
poison ivy, oak, or sumac
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison Control Center right away.
When using this product
do not get into eyes
in some skin conditions, soaking too long may overdry
to avoid slipping, use mat in tub or shower
Warning For external use only
Turn warm water faucet on to full force.
Slowly sprinkle one packet of colloidal oatmeal directly into tub or container.
stir any colloidal oatmeal that may have settled at the bottom.
soak affected area for 15-30 minutes as needed or as directed by a doctor.
pat dry (do not rub) to keep a thin layer on the skin.
No inactive ingredients
|RELIEF SOOTHING BATH TREATMENT
colloidal oatmeal granule, effervescent
|Labeler - Blue Cross Laboratories, Inc. (008298879)|
|Registrant - Blue Cross Laboratories, Inc. (008298879)|
|Hefei Yatai Daily Chemical Products Co., Ltd.||654641724||manufacture(22431-359)|
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