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CVS Anti-Fungal Powder

CVS Anti-Fungal Powder

Price: $8.49
Sku: 955323
Size: 2.5 OZ
Wt: 0.21 LBS
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Other Information: Store between 59-86 degrees F. Lightly shake bottle to loosen settled powder. Misc: Miconazole nitrate 2%. Relieves chafing, itching, burning & scaling. Cures & soothes most: jock itch; athlete's foot; ringworm. Compare to the active ingredient in Zeasorb (This product is not manufactured or distributed by Stiefel, owner of the registered trademark Zeasorb). CVS.com. CVS quality guarantee. Made in the USA.

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Active Ingredients: Miconazole Nitrate (2%). Purpose: Antifungal. Inactive Ingredients: Aldioxa, Chloroxylenol, Fragrance, Imidurea, Powdered Cellulose, Talc.

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Directions: Clean the affected area & dry thoroughly. Apply a thin layer of the product over affected area twice daily (morning and night) or as directed by a doctor. Supervise children in the use of this product. For Athlete's Foot: Pay special attention to spaces between the toes; wear well-fitting, ventilated shoes, & change shoes & socks at least once daily. For athlete's foot & ringworm, use daily for 4 weeks; for jock itch, use daily for 2 weeks. If condition persists longer, consult a doctor. This product is not effective on the scalp or nails.

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Warnings: For external use only. Do not use: on children under 2 years of age unless directed by a doctor. When using this product: avoid contact with the eyes. Stop use and ask a doctor if: irritation occurs or there is no improvement within 4 weeks for athlete's foot and ringworm, or 2 weeks for jock itch. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.

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