A ground-breaking prescription treatment forpediculosis capitits (head lice). Pesticide free and gentle on hair. Existing over-the-counter head lice treatments contain neurotoxic chemicals ("nerve poisons") that can result in potential toxicity. Resistance has also become a problem now that lice have had such prolonged exposure to these products.
Unlike older treatments,LiceHALT® LOTION is non-neurotoxic and works via asphyxiation, thus effectively by-passing the possibility of resistance.
ingredients: benzyl alcohol in a natural base of olive oil, and the essential oils of lavender, eucalyptus and geranium
Scalp disorders can be painful, annoying and unslightly; many cause undue stress and embarrassment. # General Pruritus of Scalp: Pruritus or itching of the scalp is a very common problem. It commonly occurs in middle aged people, for no obvious reason. The usual response is to scratch, and this will often cause scratch marks and little crusty sores throughout the scalp. Dandruff can also cause an itchy scalp.
0.1% Triamcinolone Scalp Lotion # Seborrhea of the Scalp: Seborrhoeic dermatitis is the name given to a red, itchy, scaly reaction in the scalp. It is similar to dandruff, except the scale is more marked and the scalp is often inflamed. It can be very itchy and can affect other parts of the body, including the face, eyebrows, beard and central chest area.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis affects areas with high densities of large oil glands. The inflammation is caused by the body’s reaction to a yeast on the scalp and to products that break down oil produced by the oil gland.
0.5% Progesterone Clear Lotion 1% Phenol Lotion
Psoriasis of the Scalp: While seborrhoeic dermatitis tends to involve almost all the scalp, psoriasis often occurs in small, localised patches of redness with quite prominent thick scaling. Because psoriasis may only occur on the scalp, it can be mistaken for a severe case of dandruff. Psoriasis has a genetic link - there is often a family history of the condition. It may be triggered by some form of stress.
Anal fissures are small tears in the lining of the anal canal. They can result from the passage of hard or large stool during a bowel movement. They are also common in small children between 6 months and 2 years old.
Symptoms include pain and bleeding during of after bowel movements. Most anal fissures heal without surgery, but those that don't may become chronic and cause considerable discomfort.
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