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Xerac AC Solution (Person & Covey)



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  • DESCRIPTION

    A solution of Aluminum Chloride (Hexahydrate) 6.25%(w/v) in Anhydrous Ethyl Alcohol (S.D. Alcohol 40) 96%(v/v).

    INDICATION

    For topical application as an antiperspirant (anhidrotic).

    DIRECTIONS

    Apply Xerac AC to the axillae at bedtime or as directed by physician. To help prevent irritation, the area should be completely dry prior to application. Do not apply Xerac AC to broken or irritated skin. Keep container tightly closed.

    ADVERSE REACTIONS

    Transient stinging or itching may occur. If intense, remove with soap and water.

    WARNING

    For external use only. Some users of this product will experience skin irritation. Keep out of the reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If irritation or sensitization occur, discontinue use or consult a physician. Xerac AC may be harmful to certain metals and fabrics. Do not use near open flame.

    HOW SUPPLIED

    35 cc plastic bottle Dab-O-Matic (NDC 0096-0709-35)

    60cc plastic bottle Dab-O-Matic (NDC 0096-0708-60)








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