Adults and children above 12 years old: Apply to the effected area as needed,not more than 3 times daily for 7 days.Children under 12 years old: consult a doctor.
Stop use and ask a doctor if:1. Rash,ache or excessive skin irritation occurs.2. Conditions worsen.
Please remove the first patch before applying a new one.
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Notice: - Adults and children above 12 years old: Apply to the effected area as needed,not more than 3 times daily for 7 days. - Children under 12 years old: consult a doctor. - Stop use and ask a doctor if: 1. Rash,ache or excessive skin irritation occurs. 2. Conditions worsen. - Please remove the first patch before applying a new one.
How to Use: 1. Wash your hands before applying the patch. 2. Clean and dry the affected area. 3. Bend the patch and remove the film to expose the adhesive side. 4. Apply the adhesive side directly on the skin in the affected area. 5. Only use one patch to the affected area, the patch can last up to 8-12 hours. 6. Wash your hands after removing the patch.
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