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CALLOUS REMOVAL PADS 40% W/W MEDICATED PLASTERS

Active substance(s): SALICYLIC ACID / SALICYLIC ACID / SALICYLIC ACID

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Scholl Callus Removal Pads 40% w/w Medicated Plasters
PL 00587/5000R
Top panel
2 pads
2 medicated discs
Scholl Callus Removal Pads 40% w/w Medicated Plasters
OPEN AT BASE
Front of Pack
Scholl Callus Removal Pads 40% w/w Medicated Plasters
Salicylic acid
Targeted Medicated Action For Effective Removal
2 pads
2 medicated discs
Right Hand Side Panel
MA Holder: Scholl Consumer Products Limited, 103-105 Bath Road, Slough, SL1 3UH, UK
Manufacturer responsible for batch release in the EU: SSL International Plc, Peterlee, Co. Durham,
SR8 2RU, UK
Manufacturer: SSL – TTK Ltd, Irungattukattai‐602105, Tamil Nadu, India
Mfg. Lic. No. TN/GRUGS/CODE/1094
Left Hand Side Panel
Scholl Callus Removal Pads 40% w/w Medicated Plasters
PL 00597/5000R
PA 455/6/3
HK‐20808
MAL19940305X
Diluluskan oleh KKM
Date of revision: January 2012
Scholl and the Scholl Logo are trademarks of the SSL Group.
Back of Pack
Scholl Callus Removal Pads 40% w/w Medicated Plasters – Salicylic Acid, have a targeted
medicated action for the safe and effective removal of calluses.
 Ideal of calluses on the ball of foot and heel areas.
(Heading) Before using
Do not use…
 If you are allergic to NSAIDs (asprin) or any of the ingredients.
See ‘What they contain’
 If you have diabetes or severe circulatory disorders or suffer from nerve damage, unless
your doctor tells you to.
 If the area around the callus is inflamed or the skin is broken.
 If you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
 On the face, anal or genital region or large area of the body.
Take special Care…
 Do not apply to healthy kin or irritated skin, only apply on your feet.
 Do not use and remove the plaster if you feel a lot of discomfort or irritation.

(Heading) How to use
For external use only.
 Ensure feet are clean and dry.
 Remove medicated disc from backing paper.
 Please firmly over the centre of callus, adhesive next to skin. Cover with pad.
 Repeat treatment daily until callus can be removed.
 Keep this carton. You may need to read it again.
Do not use for more than two weeks, unless your doctor tells you to.
If carton seal is broken, do not use.
Not recommended for use on children under 16, unless your doctor tells you to.
(Heading) Possible side‐effects
Skin irritation or rash may occur if applied to healthy skin around the callus. If this happens
temporarily stop using it and when irritation has subsided carefully apply the product only to the
callus.
(Heading) How to store
 Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
 Do not store above 25
 The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.
 Do not use after the expiry date shown on the carton or after 6 weeks of first opening
 To protect the product, keep in the original packaging.
Medicines should not be disposed of via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how
to dispose of medicines no longer required. These measures will help to protect the environment.
(Heading) What they contain
Active Ingredient: Salicylic acid 40% w/w. Discs also contain: polyvinyl alkyl ether adhesive, titanium
dioxide, liquid paraffin, antioxidant (4,4’‐Thiobis (2‐tert‐butyl‐5‐methylphenol)), red iron oxide and
black iron oxide.
Distributed/Imported in Malaysia by Diethlem (M) S.B. 74 Jln University, Selangor, Malaysia.
Contact us on:
UK: 0500455456
Ireland: 016305429

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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