BASED ON PATIENT INSTRUCTION LEAFLET:
(and dosage form):
Driclor contains Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate USP 20% w/w (185 mg/mL) in alcohol.
Driclor is indicated for the treatment of excessive perspiration of the underarms, the hands and the feet.
DOSAGE AND DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Follow these instructions carefully. If there is anything you are not sure about, ask your doctor.
Instructions for use:
Before using DRICLOR
|1.||Ensure the affected areas are perfectly dry before applying DRICLOR. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin.|
|2.||Do not bathe the affected areas just before using DRICLOR. Allow at least one hour after bathing.|
|3.||Do not use a hair removal cream or shave the armpits 24 hours before or after using the product.|
How and when to use DRICLOR
|1.||Apply last thing at night when completely relaxed.|
|2.||Make sure the skin is perfectly dry before applying DRICLOR.|
|3.||The next morning, wash and dry the areas you have treated. Do not re-apply DRICLOR again during the day.|
|4.||At first, you should use DRICLOR each night until sweating stops during the day. You may then find you can cut down its use to twice weekly and then to once weekly and possibly even less often.|
|5.||DRICLOR may cause temporary irritation or redness. If this troubles you, stop using DRICLOR for a while, and if necessary consult your doctor.|
SIDE-EFFECTS AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS:
DRICLOR is FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Do not apply DRICLOR on or near eyes or mouth.
Avoid direct contact of DRICLOR with polished metal surfaces.
Avoid direct contact with clothing.
Plastic sheet may be used between the skin and nightclothes for added protection.
KNOWN SYMPTOMS OF OVERDOSAGE AND PARTICULARS OF ITS TREATMENT:
Driclor is a clear colourless solution.
Always replace cap tightly after use.
Keep the bottle upright in a cool place below 25°.
DRICLOR is inflammable. Avoid a naked flame.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.