Tag Archives: Fluid

Nutribiotic Nonsoap Skin Cleanser, Sensitive Skin, 16 Fluid Ounce

NutriBiotic Sensitive Skin Non-Soap Skin Cleanser contains Citricidal, a natural standardized extract of grapefruit seed. This moisturizing formula is specifically designed for individuals with normal to dry skin. Gentle and non-drying Deep cleansing action leaves no pore-clogging residue Natural plant moisturizers help maintain your skin’s moisture mantle and pH balance

MG217 Psoriasis Medicated Conditioning 3% Coal Tar Formula Shampoo, 8 Fluid Ounce

MG217 Psoriasis Medicated Conditioning 3% Coal Tar Formula Shampoo, 8 Fluid Ounce Shampoo and conditioning scalp treatment leaves hair clean, soft and manageable with a fresh, pleasant herbal fragrance Controls redness, itching, scaling, flaking, irritation of the scalp, and scalp build-up Helps prevent recurrence of psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, or dandruff symptoms Controls symptoms of psoriasis,… Read More »

MG217 Psoriasis Cream, 3% Salicylic Acid Multi-Symptom Moisturizing Psoriasis Cream, 3.5 Fluid Ounce

MG217 Medicated Salicylic Acid Formula Multi-Symptom Cream features a unique formula. The fast absorbing cream provides greaseless, non-staining, non-irritating, soothing and moisturizing relief from redness, itching, and scaling. Helps prevent psoriasis symptom recurrence Relieves itching, redness and moisturizes the skin with a 3% Salicylic acid cream containing vitamin E This Sal-acid cream controls flaking and… Read More »

FUROSEMIDE Tablet: Treats High Blood Pressure, and Edema or Fluid Retention associated with Congestive Heart Failure, Cirrhosis of the Liver, and Renal Disease, including the Nephritic Syndrome

“Although, your health condition may impact your everyday life, do not let it define who you are.” Furosemide belongs to a group of medicines called loop diuretics (also known as water pills). Furosemide is given to help treat fluid retention (edema) and swelling that is caused by congestive heart failure, liver disease, kidney disease, or… Read More »