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DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
The pharmacist must empty the contents of the enclosed capsule into the shampoo base prior to dispensing to the patient. This product should be shaken well prior to use. No more than approximately one (1) ounce of the medicated shampoo should be applied to the scalp area once daily, worked into a lather and allowed to remain on the scalp for approximately 5 minutes. The hair and scalp should then be rinsed thoroughly with water.
Capex® Shampoo is supplied as a two component package: a capsule which contains the active component fluocinolone acetonide, and a separate package of liquid shampoo. The pharmacist must mix the content of the capsule into the base at the time of dispensing. Capex® Shampoo is dispensed to the patient in a 6 ounce bottle.
Shake well before using.
Store at controlled room temperature 68° - 77°F (20° - 25°C) with excursions permitted between 59° - 86°F (15° - 30°C) in tightly closed containers.
Marketed by: Galderma Laboratories, L.P., Fort Worth, Texas 76177 USA. Revised: December 2015This monograph has been modified to include the generic and brand name in many instances.
Last reviewed on RxList: 6/7/2016
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