Calmoseptine by Physicians Total Care, Inc.
Medically reviewed on June 1, 2018
Dosage form: ointment
Ingredients: ZINC OXIDE 20.6g in 113g, MENTHOL 0.44g in 113g
Labeler: Physicians Total Care, Inc.
NDC Code: 54868-5287
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Zinc Oxide 20.625%
External analgesic / Anti-itch
Skin protectant / Anorectal astringent
Uses: A moisture barrier that prevents and helps heal skin irritation from:
urine, diarrhea, perspiration, fistula damage, feeding tube site leakage,
wound drainage (peri-wound skin), minor burns, cuts, scrapes, itching
Warnings: For external use only. Not for deep or puncture wounds. Avoid contact with eyes.
In case of accidental ingestion contact a physician or poison control center immediately. If condition
worsens or does not improve within 7 days, consult a doctor.
Keep out of reach of children
Directions: Cleanse skin gently with mild skin cleanser. Pat dry or allow to air dry. Apply
a thin layer of Calmoseptine Ointment to reddened or irritated skin 2-4 times daily, or after
each incontinent episode or diaper change to promote comfort and long lasting protection.
Inactive ingredients: Calamine, chlorothymol, glycerin, lanolin, phenol,
sodium bicarbonate, and thymol in a suitable ointment base
zinc oxide and menthol ointment
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