Take a warm/hot bath around 98°F - 104°F (37°C - 40°C) bath using Dr. Scabies® Liquid Soap twice daily. For Children, keep it below 98°F (below 37°C). Work the soap into a lather and make sure all the affected areas are covered. Rinse off the soap suds.
After soaping the body, add 10-12 drops of Dr. Scabies® Solution in every 6-10 liters of bath water. Soak the affected area for 20 minutes and air dry.
For spot treatment, apply Dr. Scabies® Cream 2-3 times a day on every square inch of skin, from the posterior ear folds down over the entire body. Include intergluteal cleft, umbilicus, skin folds, palms and soles and webs between fingers and toes. In infants and young toddlers, the elderly, the immunocompromised, the head (forehead, temples and scalp) requires application of Dr. Scabies® cream. Pay close attention to the area behind the ears. Do not get the cream near the eyes or mouth.
Use Dr. Scabies® Liquid Soap in a cleansing bath when Dr. Scabies® Cream is to be removed.
Linens and clothing are changed after treatment. Contaminated clothing linens may be dry-cleaned or washed in the hot cycle of the washing machine and dried in the hot cycle of the dryer for 10-20 minutes.
Repeat steps for 3-14 days until scabies is treated.
Family contacts with potential exposure to scabies should use Dr. Scabies® Liquid Soap as prophylaxis and must be directed to observe their skin daily until 6 weeks past the date of last potential exposure.