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A combination drug called GAMMA BENZENE HEXACHLORIDE...1% W/V, CETRIMIDE...0.1% W/V is used to treat scabies. It destroys the eggs as well as the little insects (mites). Additionally, it eliminates head lice.

Use of this lotion must follow the doctor's directions for dosage and duration. Before using this medication, wash your arms. Check the label for directions before using, it is advised. Prior to taking this medication, wash your arms. Apply a little bit to the troubled regions.

Do not use this medicine any longer than the suggested dosage. If you see any signs of an allergic reaction, consult a doctor as soon as possible.




What is the purpose of gamma benzene hexachloride?

Scabies, sunburn, dry eczema (a type of painful skin rash), dermatitis (red and itchy skin), allergic rashes, hives, nettle rash, chickenpox, heat rashes, personal itching, and insect bites and stings are all treated with gamma benzene hexachloride.

 Gamma Benzene Hexachloride: How Should It Be Used?

You need to take off all of your makeup. Wash your hands, then gently pat dry the affected area. Using your fingertips, apply a thin layer of Gamma Benzene Hexachloride lotion to the area of the skin that is afflicted. Not just each spot, but the entire acne-affected area, should be treated. Always wash your hands before administering Gamma Benzene Hexachloride and thereafter.

 Is it safe to leave Gamma Benzene Hexachloride on all night?

Gamma Benzene Hexachloride is typically administered once daily in the evening at the beginning of the treatment. Once Gamma Benzene Hexachloride has been applied, the area shouldn't be cleaned. Unless it irritates you, leave it overnight. Consult a doctor, nevertheless, if you feel irritation.


Q What would make me decide to stop taking Gamma Benzene Hexachloride?

Stop taking the medication and see a doctor if you suffer significant local irritation, which includes severe redness, dryness, itching, and stinging or burning sensations.