MEDITOWEL ANTIBACTERIAL FIRST AID
Medically reviewed on July 17, 2017.
Dosage form: cloth
Ingredients: BENZOCAINE 2mg in 1mL, BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE 2mg in 1mL
Labeler: MICRO CONNECTION ENTERPRISES INC
NDC Code: 76038-091
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ACTIVE INGREDIENT (IN EACH WIPE)
BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE 2%
- FIRST AID TO HELP CLEAN AND PREVENT SKIN INFECTIONS AND TEMPORARILY RELIEVES PAIN AND ITCHING ASSOCIATED WITH MINOR
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
- DEEP OR PUNCTURE WOUNDS
- ANIMAL BITES
- SERIOUS BURNS
- CHILDREN UNDER 2 YEARS: ASK A DOCTOR.
- ADULTS AND CHILDREN 2 YEARS AND OLDER: USE TO CLEANSE AFFECTED AREA.
- DRY THOROUGHLY
- OPEN SINGLE USE TOWELETTE AND APPLY DIRECTLY TO WOUND TO CLEANSE AND MEDICATE.
- DISCARD AFTER USE
- WASH HANDS THOROUGHLY AFTER USE
- APPLY TO AFFECTED AREA NOT MORE THAN 1 TO 3 TIMES DAILY; MAY BE COVERED WITH A STERILE BANDAGE (LET DRY FIRST).
PROPYLENE GLYCOL, GLYCERIN, SD ALCOHOL, ALOE VERA GEL, ARNICA EXTRACT, SACCHARIDE ISOMERATE, ALLANTOIN, BISABOLOL, HYDROCORTISONE, METHYLPARABEN, PROPYLPARABEN
ANTIBACTERIAL FIRST AID
benzocaine benzalkonium chloride cloth
|Labeler - MICRO CONNECTION ENTERPRISES INC (144297160)|
|Registrant - MICRO CONNECTION ENTERPRISES INC (144297160)|
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