XERAC AC- aluminum chloride liquid
Person and Covey
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For topical application as an antiperspirant (anhidrotic).
Xerac AC when applied to the underarms, should be applied to absolutely dry skin. Only apply Xerac AC before bedtime, since medication should be kept on the skin for 6-8 hours. To reduce irritation, let the alcohol evaporate, leaving a thin film of antiperspirant on the skin. Wear a T-shirt, while sleeping to prevent medication from being rubbed off on the bed linens. Do not apply Xerac AC to broken, irritated or recently shaved skin. Wash the treated area next morning with soap and water. Do not apply other deodorants or antiperspirants while using Xerac AC.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. If contact occurs, wash eyes thoroughly with water. If irritation or sensitization occurs, discontinue use or contact a physician. Xerac AC may be harmful to cotton fibers and certain metals.
Yes. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Aluminum Chloride Hexahydrate
For patients suffering from hyperhidrosis, or patients whose jobs or sports activities cause excessive sweating that exacerbates other skin problems.
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Revised: 01/2020 Person and Covey
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