Infectiguard Fast Acting Antiseptic Hand Sanitizer
Dosage form: gel
Ingredients: ALCOHOL 62mL in 100mL
Labeler: Dr. Fresh, Inc.
NDC Code: 64893-100
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Active Ingredients Purpose
Ethyl Alcohol 62 percent Antiseptic
Uses: For hand washing to decrease bacteria from the skin.
Flammable. Keep away from fire or flame.
For external use on hands only. Do not use in the eyes.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse with water.
Discontinue use if irritation and redness develop.
If condition persists for more than 72 hours consult a doctor.
Do not apply to wounds or damaged skin.
Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact Poison Control Center right away.
Directions: Wet hands thoroughly with product and allow to dry without wiping.
Do not store above 100 degrees F
May discolor some fabrics.
Harmful to wood finished and plastics.
Aloe Vera Extract, Carbomer, Fragrance,
Glycerin, Isopropyl Alcohol, Isopropyl Myristate, Propylene Glycol,
Triethanolamine, Vitamin E, Water
Questions or Comments: 1-866-DRFRESH (373-7374)
Fast Acting Antseptic Hand Sanitizer
Worldwide Patents, Trademarks, and Copyright Pending and or Guarenteed 100 percent
6645 Caballero Blvd
Buena Park, CA 90620 USA
Made in China
Fast Acting Antiseptic
with Vitamin E and Aloe
Not Your Hands
Kills 99.99 percent
of Harmful Germs
8 FL OZ
|INFECTIGUARD FAST ACTING ANTISEPTIC HAND SANITIZER
|Labeler - Dr. Fresh, Inc. (033059119)|
|Ningbo Pulisi Daily Chemical Products Co., Ltd.||529047265||manufacture|
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