Frosted Berry Hand Sanitizer
Dosage form: liquid
Ingredients: ALCOHOL 62mL in 100mL
Labeler: Papermates, Inc. dba Noteworthy
NDC Code: 75997-029
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Ethyl Alcohol 62%
To decrease bacteria on the skin that could cause disease.
recommended for repeated use
For external use only-hands. Use only as directed. Excessive use or prolonged exposure may cause irritation to skin. Discontinue use if rash redness or itching occurs
Flammable. keep away from heat and flame.
keep out of eyes. In case of contact with eyes immediately flush with water and call a doctor
avoid contact with broken skin.
Stop use and ask a doctor if irritation or redness develops.
In case of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a Poison Control Center immediately.
put a thumb size amount in your palm and rub hands together briskly until dry. recommended for repeated use.
do not store in temperatures over 118F.
Children under 6 years of age should be supervised while using this product.
may discolor certain fabrics.
aloe barbadensis gel, carbomer, deionized water, fragrance, glycerin, propylene glycol, red 33, triethanolamine and vitamin E
net .95fl oz (28ml)
|FROSTED BERRY HAND SANITIZER
ethyl alcohol liquid
|Labeler - Papermates, Inc. dba Noteworthy (038734620)|
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