Baby Anti Monkey Butt Diaper Rash
Dosage form: powder
Ingredients: ZINC OXIDE 0.076g in 1g, FERRIC OXIDE RED 0.004g in 1g
Labeler: DSE Healthcare Solutions, LLC.
NDC Code: 42364-0013
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Calamine Powder 8.0%
- Helps treat and prevent diaper rash
- Protects chafed skin and minor skin irritations due to diaper rash
- Helps protect from wetness
For external use only
- Avoid contact with eyes
- Do not use on broken skin
- Keep powder away from child’s face to avoid inhalation, which can cause breathing problems
- Condition worsens
- Symptoms do not get better within 7 days
In case of accidental ingestion, get medical help or contact Poison Control center right away.
Adults and children 2 years and older: apply freely up to 3 or 4 times daily. For best results, dry skin thoroughly before applying.
- Babies: change wet and soiled diaper promptly, cleanse the diaper area and allow to dry. Apply powder liberally as often as necessary, with each diaper change, especially at bedtime, or anytime when exposure to wet diaper may be prolonged. Apply powder close to the body away from the child’s face. Carefully shake the powder into the diaper or into the hand and apply to the diaper area.
Cornstarch, fragrance, tricalciumphosphate
|BABY ANTI MONKEY BUTT DIAPER RASH
ferric oxide red and zinc oxide powder
|Labeler - DSE Healthcare Solutions, LLC. (603016069)|
|PTI Union LLC||807308858||MANUFACTURE(42364-0013)|
|Thornton Industries, Inc.||614259299||MANUFACTURE(42364-0013)|
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