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This is a topical application. So, shake well before using. Before applying, make sure your skin is clean.
Avoid taking a hot bath before treatment. Use a non-irritating cleanser to clean the skin. Massage the affected area with Kwellada-P lotion thoroughly. Leave it on for 12-14 hours.
Wash the entire body with non-irritating cleanser. Change into new clothes. A second application is required after 7-10 days of first application.
If new skin lesion appears, contact your doctor.
The medicinal ingredient is Permethrin 5% (w/w).
The non-medicinal ingredients are:
Before using Kwellada P, don't forget to tell your health practitioner if you are suffering from any allergies from permethrin, synthetic pyrethroid or pyrethrins, chrysanthemums or any other ingredient of this product.
Itching might last several weeks after the treatment. If lesions develop or any live mite is seen, contact your health physician immediately for retreatment. Don't use in pregnancy. If you are nursing, then stop breastfeeding immediately.
Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental swallow seek medical help immediately. This lotion is for external use only.
Do not self-medicate it. Avoid suggesting it to other patients who have same symptoms as yours. It could be harmful if their doctor didn't recommend it.
All drugs cause some side effects. However, some cause minor and some cause major side effects.
Side effects of using Kwellada-P (permethrin) lotion include: