Terrasil Cold Sore Treatment
Dosage form: ointment
Ingredients: ALLANTOIN 0.5g in 100g, BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE 0.1g in 100g
Labeler: Aidance Skincare & Topical Solutions, LLC
NDC Code: 24909-109
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Allantoin 0.5%, Benzalkonium Chloride 0.1%
Allantoin - Skin Protectant
Benzalkonium Chloride - Cold sore / fever blister treatment; Topical Antiseptic
To treat cold sores /
- To help guard against infection.
Do not use
- in the eyes
- over large areas of the body
- if you are allergic to any ingredient in this product
- longer than one week unless directed by doctor.
Ask a doctor if used to treat deep or puncture wounds, animal bites or serious burns, you are pregnant or nursing.
When using this product you may feel a brief stinging sensation when you apply it. The stinging should go away in short time.
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison control center right away.
Adults and children 12 years or over: Wash hands before and after applying Terrasil. Apply to affected area on face or lips at the first sign of cold sore/fever blister (tingle). Early treatment ensures the best results. Rub in gently but completely. Do not use more than 3 times a day. Children under 12 years: ask a doctor. Store at room temperature.
|TERRASIL COLD SORE TREATMENT
allantoin, benzalkonium chloride ointment
|Labeler - Aidance Skincare & Topical Solutions, LLC (018950611)|
|Aidance Skincare & Topical Solutions, LLC||018950611||manufacture(24909-109), label(24909-109)|
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