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NixodermNixoderm

For skin problems externally caused pimples, blackhead, itching, rashes, ringworm of the skin and scalp.

 

Nixoderm is a firm ointment that adheres to the skin. Thus it is formulated to keep active ingredients in contact with the skin for the maximum amount of time. This gives better results than liquids or thin, greasy applications that quickly run off. Give it a fair trial and you will benefit from its medication.

 

Active Ingredients

Benzoic Acid ........................... 6%

Salicylic Acid ........................... 2.5%

Precipitated Sulphur ................. 4.6%

 

Treatment for Eczema, Pimples, Rash

When the skin is red, itching, burning, cracking or peeling, use care in cleaning your skin and do not use harsh or irritant soaps. After cleansing, apply gently but thoroughly a liberal amount of Nixoderm so that the entire surface is covered.

 

This should be done twice daily, in the morning and the evening. The treatment should be followed for seven days then discontinued for three days and resumed for a further seven days. Continue this pattern of treatment until the condition has cleared up. If the skin problem persists after prolonged treatment, you should consult your doctor.

 

Treatment for Foot Itch

Itching, cracking, peeling and scaling of the skin of the feet, on the soles, and in between the toes usually is caused by a germ or parasite which burrows deep down under the skin. This is a stubborn condition and usually requires treatment over a considerable period of time. On account of the germs being buried under the skin, it often seems that the feet are entirely healed, and then it will break out again. For that reason it is well to follow the treatment for two or three weeks after the skin seems to be well.

 

It is helpful to bathe the feet for a few minutes twice a day morning and evening in a bowl of warm water to which has been added 2 tablespoons of table salt and 1/2 tablespoon of baking soda. The feet should then be fried thoroughly and apply gently but thoroughly a liberal amount of Nixoderm into the affected area, paying special attention to the areas between the toes.

 

This should be done twice daily, in the morning and the evening. The treatment should be followed for seven days then discontinued for three days and resumed for a further seven days. Continue this pattern of treatment until condition has cleared up. this is one of the most stubborn skin conditions, hence symptoms may disappear only to re-emerge.

 

Therefore it is recommended that treatment continue for three weeks after symptoms have disappeared. Clean panty hose and socks (preferably cotton) should be worn and changed every day. This same condition often affects the hands the same method of treatment applies.

 

Treatment for Ringworm

Ringworm is due to fungus which burrows under the surface of the skin and is evidenced by round or circular red blotches on the skin.

 

In treating this condition, apply gently but thoroughly a liberal amount of Nixoderm twice daily, in the morning and the evening. the treatment should be followed for seven days then discontinued for three days and resumed for a further seven days. Continue this pattern of treatment until condition has cleared up. This is also one of the most stubborn skin conditions, therefore it is recommended that treatment continue as long as it is necessary.

 

Your skin and Nixoderm

Diet has a major effect on skin problems; eating fresh vegetables and reducing the amount of fat in your diet can help avoid them. Should they arise however you will find that Nixoderm can be soothing and curative treatment. When Nixoderm is first applied to extremely sensitive skin, it can cause smarting. To avoid this, apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly before the application of Nixoderm; this need only be done for the first few applications since your skin will become accustomed to Nixoderm's effect.

 

Storage

Store at 25C and out of direct sunlight.

Further information can be obtained from other sources, including doctors and pharmacists.

 

Caution

Keep away from children

 

Side effects

None known.

 

Shelf life

Please refer tot he expiry date on the label.

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