0187-1717 : Hissyfit Topical Lotion


NDC0187-1717
Labeler: Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
Product Type: Human OTC Drug
Drug Name:  Hissyfit Saving Face Foundation
Dosage Form: Topical Lotion
Application #: part352
Rev. Date: 


NDC Package Codes:

  • 0187-1717-01: 30 G IN 1 TUBE (0187‑1717‑01)

Active Ingredients:

  • Titanium Dioxide
  • Zinc Oxide

Dosage Strength:

  • 9.8 g/100g
  • 9.9 g/100g

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  • 0187-1718 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1721 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1722 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1723 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1724 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
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  • 0187-1726 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1727 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1728 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • 0187-1729 Hissyfit Topical Lotion by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International

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