Dosage form: cream
Ingredients: MICONAZOLE NITRATE 20mg in 1g
Labeler: Ganeden Biotech, Inc.
NDC Code: 65556-398
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Active Ingredient:Active Ingredient....Miconazole Nitrate (2.0%)
For effective treatment of fungus on
skin around and adjacent to the nails.
Helps cure most athlete’s foot and
ringworm. Also Relieves:
Itching Scaling Cracking
Redness Soreness Burning
Any irritation which accompanies
Clean affected area with soap and
water. Apply a thin layer of the
product over affected area twice daily.
Use applicator tools to work product
around edge of nails
For athlete’s foot, pay attention to the
areas in between the toes.Wear wellfitting,
ventilated shoes and change
shoes and socks at least once daily.
Read all package directions and
warnings before use.
For external use only.
If athlete’s foot or ringworm persist for
more than 4 weeks, discontinue use
and consult a physician.
Do not use on children under the age
of 2 without a physician’s advice.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Keep out of reach of children
Inactive Ingredients: Bacillus Ferment, Butylparaben, C13-14
Isoparaffin, Capryli/Capric Triglyceride,
Emu Oil, Ethylparaben, Fragrance,
Isobutyl Paraben, Laureth-7,
Titanium Dioxide, Water.
miconazole nitrate cream
|Labeler - Ganeden Biotech, Inc. (826163979)|
|Registrant - Ultra Seal Corporation (085752004)|
|Ultratab Laboratories, Inc.||151051757||manufacture(65556-398)|
|Ultra Seal Corporation||085752004||repack(65556-398)|
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