BOOTS COLD SORE LOTION
Active substance(s): 2 4-DICHLOROBENZYL ALCOHOL / BENZYL ALCOHOL / LEVOMENTHOL / RACEMIC CAMPHOR / 2 4-DICHLOROBENZYL ALCOHOL / BENZYL ALCOHOL / LEVOMENTHOL / RACEMIC CAMPHOR / 2 4-DICHLOROBENZYL ALCOHOL / BENZYL ALCOHOL / LEVOMENTHOL / RACEMIC CAMPHOR
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Text prepared 4/06 Manufactured by the Product Licence holder The Boots Company PLC Nottingham NG2 3AA
Dual Action Cold Sore lotion
5 000167 082388
relieves and soothes pain
Flammable. Keep all medicines out of the sight and reach of children.
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PL 00014/0345 For Use By date see end flap of carton. Do not use after this date.
An antiseptic which helps relieve and soothe the pain of cold sores. Before you use this medicine Read and retain carton for full instructions. Do not use if: You are allergic to any of the ingredients. Propylene glycol may cause skin irritation. How to use this medicine For external use only. Check that the seal is not broken before first use. Adults and children: Dab onto the cold sore as soon as it appears with cotton wool. Repeat frequently. If symptoms do not go away, talk to your doctor.
If accidentally swallowed, talk to a doctor straight away. After you use this medicine This medicine may sometimes cause stinging or an allergic reaction. If concerned, or if anything else unusual happens, talk to your pharmacist or doctor. Active Ingredients: The lotion contains: Benzyl Alcohol 2% v/v, Camphor 0.1% w/v, Levomenthol 0.2% w/v, 2,4-Dichlorobenzyl Alcohol 0.25% w/v. Also contains: Industrial methylated spirit, propylene glycol.
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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
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