A chemical used to kill bacteria is used to treat rashes, colds and other ailments.
A Canadian university has found it to be safe for hair, and there are plans to distribute a similar product to the general population.
The chemical, ricca, is often used as an irritant and has also been found to help the body fight off an infection.
The drug has also proved effective in the treatment of cancer and is used in many cosmetic products.
It’s been widely used in cosmetics in the past, including the face cream Clarisonic and the hair gel Clarisoni.
Ricca was first developed in the 1950s and is also used to combat hair loss, but it has since been shown to help prevent hair loss.
It has a wide variety of uses and is often prescribed as a first line treatment for skin infections.
The Food and Drug Administration says that although the drug is generally considered safe, it can be addictive.
The Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) said the drug has a high risk of abuse and has a risk of misuse.
In Canada, there are currently no approved treatments for rashes or other diseases that can be treated with the drug.
There are a number of medications available, but Ricca is the most widely prescribed.
A study conducted by CIHI found that about one in five Canadians aged 15 to 24 are affected by rashes and colds.
The study, published in the International Journal of Cosmetic Science, found that there was a significant association between use of Ricca and rashes.
The risk of developing rashes was highest among women aged 55 to 74.
The researchers said that Ricca treatment may help prevent or delay the onset of skin infections such as eczema and psoriasis.
A 2014 study also found that using the drug could help people with rashes in their 20s and 30s.
Another study published in October said that the drug may help reduce the risk of skin cancer in people who have been diagnosed with melanoma.
The CIHI said that it was not aware of any other drugs that were being studied to treat this condition.