Toddlers can get scabies.

Does your little one have a red, bumpy rash? It could be a sign of scabies, a common but uncomfortable skin condition that even infants and toddlers can get.

Sign up for a Natroba clinical study near you

If your baby or toddler is between 1 month and 3 years and 11 months of age, he or she may qualify to participate in an FDA study using Natroba™ (Nah•TRO•buh), the only FDA-approved “complete cure” for scabies in preschoolers to grownups, 4 years of age and older. 1-4

This study seeks to collect safety data and investigate if the medication is safe for use in children under 4 years old.

You'll get:

  • A no cost examination of your child’s rash by an experienced medical professional in your area
  • If the rash is scabies, your child will receive no cost treatment of Natroba™1 and you’ll also be paid for your time and travel costs
  • A friendly staff to guide you and your child through the process to ensure the safety of your child every step of the way

Scabies are tiny bugs (called “mites”) that are invisible to the naked eye. They live on the outer layer of the skin and are usually spread by skin-to-skin contact. If your child has it, chances are good that others in the household have it, too. They also need to be treated.

Sign up now for a no cost examination and treatment

Call (346) 209-4859 and ask to speak with - Edie Amatosero, clinical study associate, to see if your baby’s red bumps or rash are actually scabies and need treatment. Make an appointment with us today!

Scabies treatment Information for parents

  • Natroba (spinosad) Topical Suspension is a prescription medicine used to treat scabies in adults and children 4 years of age and older. It is not known if Natroba is safe and effective in children under 4 years of age.
  • Natroba is for use on skin only. Do not get Natroba in your eyes, mouth, or vagina.
  • Natroba was FDA-approved in 2012 for the treatment of head lice in adults and children ages six months and older. More than 1.5 million prescriptions for head lice and scabies have been written to date.1,5

References: 1. Natroba Prescribing Information. 2. Date on file, ParaPRO, LLC. 3. Elimite (permethrin) Cream, 5% (NDA 19-8550 FDA Approval Letter [Letter written August 25, 1989, to Burroughs Wellcome Company]. (1989). U.S. Food and Drug Administration of Anti-Infective Drug Products 4. ParaPRO, LLC & Concentric Research (2018). A Phase 3, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Assess the Safety, Efficacy, and Pharmacokinetics of Natroba™ (spinosad) for the Treatment of Scabies (Clinical Study Protocol, Amd. 6.0, pp.1-66), 5. MMIT - Accessed February 28, 2024