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Pixol Solution, PL 39974/0015
label-leaflet text 26/09/2011 for COA
Triple tar solution
Tar 2.0% w/w
Coal Tar Solution 0.5% w/w
Cade Oil 0.1 % w/w.
Bath additive
20/150/300 ml
Pixol contains three tars which have skin softening and antiseptic properties so it can relieve the
symptoms of psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis, and help seborrhoea and dandruff.

Add 20-30 ml (1-1½ capfuls) to a full bath and mix well. Soak the affected area for up
to 20 minutes. For a hand basin, use 5 ml (¼ capfuls) Pixol.


Wet the body, apply Pixol directly to the skin; leave for 2-3 minutes then rinse


Wet the hair thoroughly, pour 5-15 ml (¼ - ¾ capfuls) of Pixol on to the scalp,
massage in, leave for 2-3 minutes then rinse thoroughly.

Do not use Pixol if you are sensitive to any of the ingredients, or on broken or weeping skin
conditions. Keep Pixol out of your eyes. Do not go in the sun for prolonged periods as Pixol might
make you react to sunlight. Pixol does not usually cause problems, but if you are worried in any way,
contact your doctor or pharmacist.
Pixol also contains triethanolamine lauryl sulphate, coconut diethanolamide, tetrasodium edetate,
fluorescein sodium, chlorophyll DD paste, fragrance, denatured
ethanol, purified water.
Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
Do not use after:
Do not store above 25oC.
Boston Healthcare Limited
6, Navigation Court, Calder Park, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF2 7BJ
September 2011

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