3% Hydrogen Peroxide Well at Walgreens
Medically reviewed on January 29, 2018.
Dosage form: spray
Ingredients: Hydrogen Peroxide 3g in 100mL
NDC Code: 0363-3242
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Hydrogen Peroxide - 3.00% First Aid Antiseptoc
First Aid to help prevent the risk of infection in minor cuts, scrapes, and burns
For external use only
Do not use • in the eyes • over large areas of the body • longer that one week • on deep or puncture wounds, animal bites, or on serious burns.
Ask a doctor before use if you have • deep or puncture wounds • animal bites • serious burns
Stop use and ask a doctor if • condition persists or get worse • sore mouth symptoms do not improve in 7 days • irritation, pain or redness persists or worsend • swelling, rash or fever develops
Keep out of reach of the children. Incase of accidental ingestion, seek professional assistance or contact a Poison Control Center right away
• clean affected area • apply small amount of product on affected area 1-3 times a day • may be covered with a sterile bandage • if bandaged, let dry first
|3% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
WELL AT WALGREENS
hydrogen peroxide - 3.00% spray
|Labeler - Walgreens (008965063)|
|Registrant - Product Quest Mfg (927768135)|
|Product Quest Mfg||927768135||manufacture(0363-3242), label(0363-3242)|
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