70% by Big Lots
Dosage form: liquid
Ingredients: ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL 500mg in 1mL
Labeler: Big Lots
NDC Code: 50594-810
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Isopropyl alcohol 70%
First Aid Antiseptic
helps prevent the risk of infection in:
- minor cuts
For external use only
Keep away from fire or flame, heat, spark, electrical
for deep or puncture wounds, animal bites or serious burns
- do not get into eyes
- do not inhale
- do not apply over large areas of the body
- do not use longer than 1 week
If condition persists or gets worse
If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away
Fumes can be acutely irritating to skin, eyes and the respiratory system. Do not apply to irritated skin or if excessive irritation develops. Avoid getting into the eyes or on mucous membranes. Avoid inhaling this product.
- clean the affected area
- apply a small amount of this product on the affected area 1 to 3 times daily
- may be covered with a sterile bandage
- if bandaged, let dry first
- does not contain, nor is intended as a substitute for grain or ethyl alcohol
- will produce serious gastric disturbances if taken internally
Manufactured for Big Lots by: Vi-Jon, Inc.
8515 Page Avenue St. Louis, MO 63114
First Aid Antiseptic
WARNING FLAMMABLE - Keep away from heat, spark, electrical, fire or flame
Use only in a well-ventilated area;
fumes can be harmful.
CAUTION: do not point at self or others;
product will squirt when squeezed
32 FL OZ (1 QT) 946 mL
isopropyl alcohol liquid
|Labeler - Big Lots (017885351)|
|Registrant - Vi-Jon (790752542)|
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