Children over 6 months:
Do not use if the tube seal is broken or appears tampered with at purchase.
Wash and dry hands before and after use. Rub the gel into the skin sparingly with a light massaging action. Apply two to three times a day or whenever relief is needed. Always replace cap after use.
It can be used all over the face and body. Avoid contact with the eyes. For external use only.
All adults, including those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, the elderly and children under 6 months, should only be treated under medical supervision.
It is suitable for children over 6 months.
Do not use if the trigger is unlocked or appears tampered with at purchase.
Wash and dry hands before and after using the spray gel. Holding the bottle approximately 10cm from the skin, spray the gel onto the skin. If required gently rub the gel into the affected area with a light massaging action. Apply two to three times a day or whenever relief is needed. Be careful not to spray into the eyes or directly onto the face and do not breathe the spray.
Application to the face can be best achieved by applying via your hand and gently rubbing-in in the normal way.
Children under 6 months should only be treated under medical supervision.
Patients should stay away from school, nursery or work until all the spots have crusted over. This is usually 5 days after the spots first appeared.
- Drink plenty of fluid (try ice lollies for a child who is not drinking) to avoid dehydration
- Take paracetamol to help with pain and discomfort
- Do not take ibuprofen for pain relief with paracetamol
- Put socks on a child’s hands at night to stop scratching
- Cut a child’s nails
- Use cooling creams or gels from your pharmacy
- Speak to your pharmacist about using antihistamine medicine to help itching
- Bathe in cool water and pat the skin dry (do not rub)
- Dress in loose clothes