HYDROGEN PEROXIDE SOLUTION 6% (20 VOL) B.P.

Active substance: HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

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Hydrogen
Peroxide
6% (20 Vol)

BP

Solution for use as a gargle and
mouthwash and also in the treatment
of cuts, wounds and abrasions

DO NOT USE UNDILUTED AS IRRITATING BURNS OF THE SKIN, MOUTH OR EYES MAY RESULT

ADULTS,
including
THE ELDERLY
& CHILDREN

Dilute with an equal amount of water.
Apply to the dressing and leave to
soak before positioning on the wound.
Affix with a bandage or sticking plaster.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY • DO NOT SWALLOW
IN CASE OF AN OVERUSE OR IF YOU NOTICE
ANY SIDE EFFECTS, CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR
OR PHARMACIST IMMEDIATELY.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH AND SIGHT OF CHILDREN

The solution contains:
Hydrogen Peroxide BP 6% w/v (20 vol).
Also contains: Water and stabiliser
Hydrogen Peroxide is a
powerful oxidising agent.

200 ml
PROTECT FROM DIRECT SUNLIGHT
KEEP THE CONTAINER
TIGHTLY CLOSED
STORE IN A COOL DRY PLACE

MA Holder and Manufacturer:
GlobeGen Laboratories Ltd.,
1406 Coventry Road, South Yardley,
Birmingham, B25 8AE, UK.
PL No. 41318/0017
Date of last revision: 07/2012

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RECOMMENDED FOR
Mouthwash Cuts Wounds Abrasions
HOW TO USE IT
As a gargle or mouthwash. DO NOT SWALLOW
DOSAGE
AGE
ADULTS, including
Use one spoonful
THE ELDERLY &
in half a glass of water.
CHILDREN OVER 8 YEARS
For the treatment of cuts, wounds & abrasions.

Gargling

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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