Permite BB 75 gm
- Permite BB is a permethrin bar with skin-friendly pH of 5.5, specially designed to complete the treatment in scabies.
- Permite BB helps to restore the skin’s acidic pH, thereby promoting the repair of the disturbed skin barrier.
- Regular bathing with Permite BB after scabies treatment will help the skin recover to its normal self and reduce the persistent itching post scabies.
- Permite BB strengthens the skin immunity by limiting the growth of the bad pathogen S.aureus in your skin.
Scabies is a common infestation of the skin and is associated with a skin rash in various body parts and intense itching which worsens at night. It is a highly contagious disease & can spread quickly in areas where people are in close physical contact. Treatment shall involve family members also.Check Availability
- Rub gently to produce a rich lather.
- Leave it for 5 minutes and then wash thoroughly with water.
- Permite BB brings back the skin normalcy after scabies with skin-friendly pH 5.5.
- Strengthens skin immunity.
- Reduces post scabies dryness and itch.
- Promotes skin recovery.
Permethrin 1% in a syndet base.
- For external use only.
- Not recommended for children under 2 months.
- Store in a cool dry place. Protect from heat and light.
- Do not freeze.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Avoid contact with eyes.
Scabies is thought to be due to unhygienic or unclean environment.
This isn’t true as scabies can occur even in fancy nursing homes. The mite is spread by contact so if someone gets it at a hospital, then it can spread to others around them.
One can use lice treatment to treat scabies.
It is important to understand that 5% permethrin is required and USFDA approved in scabies, whereas 1% permethrin is approved for lice treatment.
If you have had scabies once, you can’t get it again.
No, in fact, if you have previously had it, you will notice symptoms in 1-4 days instead of 4-6 weeks (in a fresh case). When a person is infested with scabies mites the first time, symptoms usually do not appear for up to two months (2-6 weeks) after being infested; however, an infected person still can spread scabies during this time even though he/she does not have symptoms.
We love to hear from our customers. This form is intended for comments, questions and general feedback about our products.