Purmist by MKR International Inc
Dosage form: solution
Ingredients: ALCOHOL .7g in 1mL, CHLORHEXIDINE GLUCONATE .01g in 1mL
Labeler: MKR International Inc
NDC Code: 50353-102
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WHEN TO USE: PURMIST® is suggested to be applied after any contact with other people or objects. PURMIST® is safe to use before or after meals for adults or children.
DIRECTIONS: Remove cap. Spray as needed in hand and rub hands together covering all areas, including the fingernail areas thoroughly. Replace cap securely after use or discard. Dries in seconds. Childproof bottle.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Ethyl Alcohol 70% w/w, Chlorhexidine Gluconate 1% w/w
OTHER INGREDIENTS: A blend of Natural Essential Oils, Polysorbate 20, Water
WARNING: Flammable. Keep away from fire or flames. Do not spray in eyes. Avoid spraying directly on face or near face. First Aid: If sprayed in eyes, hold eyes open and flush thoroughly with water for 15 minutes. Consult a physician immediately if irritation continues.
CAUTION: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
- Use by children under the age of 5 should be under an adult's supervision due to possible unknown allergic reactions.
- Discontinue use if irritation occurs on hands.
- If pregnant or allergic, consult a physician before use.
- Not to be taken internally.
PURMIST® 0.24 fl. oz
KILLS 99.99% OF GERMS
Made with natural essential oils
Kills harmful bacteria and germs while moisturizing hands
chlorhexidine gluconate, ethyl alcohol solution
|Labeler - MKR International Inc (243605685)|
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