Udder Comfort CreamThis page contains information on Udder Comfort Cream for veterinary use.
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- Udder Comfort Cream Indications
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Udder Comfort CreamThis treatment applies to the following species:
With Lanolin, Vitamins A, D, E And Aloe Vera
For Animal Use Only
Keep Out Of Reach Of Children
Udder Comfort Cream is recommended for use on teats, udders, hands and other skin areas that are exposed to frequent washing and temperature changes.
DirectionsThoroughly dry udder and each teat before application of Udder Comfort Cream. Apply Udder Comfort Cream liberally to entire teat and udder area after each milking. Be sure to coat teat orifice.
Udder Comfort Cream CautionBefore milking, thoroughly wash entire udder and teat area to avoid contamination of milk.
Udder Comfort Cream aids in the protection against the effects of extremes in weather, low humidity, warm and cold temperatures. Daily application of Udder Comfort Cream aids in soothing and softening chapped and irritated skin.
IngredientsWater, Mineral Oil, Stearic Acid, Glyceryl Stearate, Petrolatum, Glycerin, Cetyl Alcohol, Propylene Glycol, Lanolin, Triethanolamine, Lemon Fragrance, Methylparaben, Aloe Vera, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Propylparaben, PABA, Vitamin D, Artificial Color.
Manufactured by: First Priority, Inc., Elgin, IL 60123
Phoenix™ Pharmaceutical, Inc.
Manufactured For: Clipper Distributing Company, Llc, St. Joseph, Mo 64507
Trademarks are property of Clipper Distributing Company, LLC.
1 lb (453.6 g)
PHOENIX PHARMACEUTICAL INC.
1302 SOUTH 59 STREET, ST. JOSEPH, MO, 64507
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