Ivrea Lotion 30ml
Ivrea Lotion 30 ml
Doctor’s may prescribe Ivrea lotion 30 ml for treating head lice and tiny insects that attach to your hair and need blood from your scalp to survive. Head lice may contribute to scalp irritation and itching. The lotion is available for topical use only and not for oral, or intravaginal use. The topical solution contains the active ingredient Ivermectin, which works by destroying parasites such as lice and their eggs. The medical treatment is not recommended for use in children younger than six months of age.
Clinical uses of Ivrea Lotion 30 ml
Ivrea lotion 30 ml is a topical prescription treatment for head lice infestation in patients six months of age and older. The lotion contains the active ingredient Ivermectin, which belongs to the drug class avermectin, and because of the death of parasites. The medicine is for topical use only. The lotion needs to apply to dry hair in an amount enough to thoroughly coat the entire scalp and hair. The safety and effectiveness of the drug in patients below the age of six months have not been established.
Read the prescription and instructions for use before you begin to use Ivrea lotion 30%. If you still have a doubt, ask your doctor. Apply Ivermectin lotion to dry hair and scalp. Use enough to cover all your hair and scalp, make sure you apply the solution from the roots to the ends of hair. Leave the solution for about ten minutes and then rinse off with plain water. Adults are instructed to apply the solution for their children. After using the lotion, wait for a full day before applying shampoo or other hair solutions. Avoid getting the preparation in your eyes, mouth or nose. If it happens, immediately wash out with water. Do not use Ivermectin in your mouth, vagina, or other areas of the body. Be sure to wash your hands after using the topical medication.
Ivrea lotion should only be administered to patients under the supervision of a doctor. Before using the topical drug, make sure you tell your doctor if you are allergic to Ivermectin or any other inactive ingredients of the medicine.
Before applying the solution, tell your doctor your medical history, especially of skin diseases such as eczema or psoriasis. Also, your dermatologist should be aware of your pregnancy status. He/she will prescribe the head lice solution only when it is needed.
Side Effects of Ivrea Lotion 30%
The most common side effects associated with the use of Ivrea lotion 30% include eye irritation, dry skin, dandruff, ocular hyperaemia, conjunctivitis, and skin burning sensation.