NIX 98.66% W/W STYPTIC PENCIL
Active substance(s): ALUMINIUM SULFATE / ALUMINIUM SULFATE / ALUMINIUM SULFATE
Plastic container with push on cap
from shaving nicks
98.66% w/w Styptic Pencil
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contains important information for you.
Helps to stop bleeding from minor cuts and scratches
Reduces discomfort caused by insect bites and stings
For use by one person only
For external use only
Do not use Nix if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to
aluminium sulphate or talc
2. How to use Nix
Use only on the skin
Moisten end of pencil with water
(do not lick or suck the pencil)
Apply directly onto the wound or sting
Dry the pencil immediately after use using a clean tissue
If swallowed by accident, tell a doctor or go to a hospital
casualty department straight away.
Talk to your pharmacist or doctor if you need more advice or have
any unexpected effects.
3. How to store Nix
Keep out of reach and sight of children
Do not use Nix after the expiry date which is stated on
Ask you pharmacist how to dispose of this medicine
4. What Nix contains
Each cutaneous stick contains aluminium sulphate
98.66% w/w as the active ingredient.
The other ingredient is talc 1.34% w/w
Marketing Authorisation Holder
Bray Group Ltd, 1 Regal Way,
Faringdon, Oxfordshire SN7 7BX
t: +44 (0)1367 240736
Last revised in 03/2010
Read the carton before use
For external use only
Each cutaneous stick contains
98.66% w/w aluminium sulphate
Manufactured by Bray Group Ltd
1 Regal Way, Faringdon,
Oxfordshire SN7 7BX
PL 04286 / 0002
Keep out of the reach
and sight of children.
Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency
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