P162 CLINIC 24-Hour 6-week Back Patch

P162 CLINIC 24-Hour 6-week Back Patch
Posted  September 13, 2020

START DATE09/25/2020
QUALIFICATIONSMen & Women Ages 18 to 70 All Skin Types
TIME REQUIREMENT15 Visits 9/25; 9/28; 9/30; 10/2; 10/5; 10/7; 10/9; 10/12 10/14; 10/16 CHALLENGE WEEK NOVEMBER 2 THROUGH NOVEMBER 6

Please call 732-562-1010 ext. 0 to reserve your appointment.

You must have your ECRL ID Card with you.
You must wear a mask when in the facility.
Children are not allowed in the facility unless they have an appointment.

*  Be male or female 18 to 70 years of age in general good health.
* If FEMALE – and currently sexually active, be using an adequate method of  birth control.
* agree to refrain from getting patches wet and scrubbing or washing the test area with soap, or
   applying powders, lotions or personal care products to the test area during the course of study.
* agree to avoid excessive sun exposure of the test sites and to refrain from visits to tanning salons
  during the course of study.
* agree not to introduce any new cosmetic or toiletry products during the study.
* be willing to participate in all study evaluations.
* must be dependable and able to follow directions as outlined in the protocol.
* be able to understand and be willing to sign an Informed Consent Form.
* if Female, be pregnant, nursing, planning a pregnancy or using inadequate birth control.
* have received treatment with sympathomimetics, antihistamines, vasoconstrictors, non-steroidal
  anti-inflammatory agents and/or systemic or topical corticosteroids within one week prior
  to study initiation.
* have a history of allergies to tape adhesives.
* have scheduled or plan to undergo any surgical or medical  procedures during the 6 week course
  of the study.
* have any known allergies to cosmetics, skin care products or topical drugs
* have a history of acute or chronic dermatologic, medical, and/or physical conditions which would
  preclude application of the test material and/or could influence the outcome of the study,
  or be confused with a skin reaction from the test material.
* be under treatment for a skin and/or systemic bacterial infection.
* be currently taking certain medications which, in the opinion of the Principal Investigator, may interfere
  with the study.


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