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Sklice is a drug that contains ivermectin in a lotion form in 0.5% concentration for the topical treatment of head lice in patients older than 6 months. Due to its strength, Sklice lotion can often eliminate head lice in a single application without the need for nit combing. Ivermectin is a broad-spectrum antiparasitic agent which binds to certain nerve and muscle cells in parasites but not in mammals, making it well-suited to treating head lice. Ivermectin was originally used in tablet form to treat river blindness, another parasitic condition. You can compare prices for Sklice in many different pharmacies in your area using searchRx’s tool. Put in your zip code and prescription, and you’ll find a coupon to get optimum savings. Make sure to bring your coupon to the pharmacy to get the best price on Sklice.
Sklice is used for the treatment of head lice in children and adults. It comes in a lotion form.
Sklice comes in the form of a lotion for topical usage. Tubes of lotion are only available in a 117g size and a 0.5% strength. Dosage is dependent on the prescribing doctor.
Some more serious side effects of Sklice may include burning, itching, drying, redness, or stinging of skin or eyes, dandruff, discharge, and more. You should consult your doctor if any of these side effects occur.
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