Bianca Rosa Salicylic Acid USP is a carefully blended salve with 1.5% strength of the active ingredient. Salicyclic Acid, derived from the bark of the willow tree, works to maintain normal, healthy unblocked pores of the skin with regular topical use...
Bianca Rosa Salicylic Acid USP is a carefully blended salve with 1.5% strength of the active ingredient. Salicyclic Acid, derived from the bark of the willow tree, works to maintain normal, healthy unblocked pores of the skin with regular topical use. It offers natural support for mild and non-cystic acne complaints and overall healthy skin.
Apply Bianca Rosa Salicylic Acid USP salve/ointment morning and evenings, or as directed by a health care practitioner. On a moist cotton wool pad or with the fingertips, apply to the desired area of the body. Massage onto thoroughly cleansed skin with a gentle circular motion.
Those allergic to aspirin (acetylsalicylate) should not use products containing salicylic acid (Beta Hydroxy Acid, or BHA).
Not to be used during pregnancy and lactation. Do not exceed recommended dose.
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Salicylic Acid USP (1.5%) INDICATION: Keratolytic (peeling agent). WARNING: External use only. Do not apply to wounds or broken skin. Avoid contact with eyes. Consult your doctor before use. SIDE EFFECTS: Seek medical attention immediately in case of accidental ingestion or adverse reactions. DOSAGE: Use as directed by your doctor. General Guidelines: Acne, danfruff, and psoriasis, 1-2 times daily; Warts, corns, and callouses, 2-3 times daily.
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