At OTCexperts we have a lot of knowledge and experience when it comes to changing the legal status of your medicinal product. We can support you to change it from a Prescription only medicine (POM), to a Pharmacist supervision (P) through to a General Sales List (GSL), where consumers are free to self select a treatment for their condition. The MHRA recently updated the  list of ‘approved reclassifications’. The list is updated every six months. We have extracted the changes below for ease of reference.

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Active Ingredient/Form Strength Indication Legal Change Date of Grant
Amorolfine (base)/Nail Lacquer 5%w/v For the treatment of mild cases of distal and lateral subungual onchomycoses caused by  dermatophytes, yeasts and moulds; in adults aged 18 years and over; treatment  is limited to 2 nails P to GSL 06/08/2018
Diclofenac diethylammonium/gel 1.16%w/w Additional GSL pack size. For use in adults and children aged 14 years and over for local  symptomatic relief of pain and inflammation in; trauma of the ligaments, muscles and joints; localised forms of soft tissue rheumatism for up to 7 days. P to GSL 08/08/20128
Minoxidil/cutaneous form 5%w/w For the treatment of alopecia androgenetica (also known as female pattern hair loss) in women between 18 and 65 years of age. P to GSL 08/08/2018

OTCExperts spoke at the OTC Toolbox conference in 2018 about how to switch your medicine. Read this article to learn more.