RUBBING ALCOHOL 70 PERCENT WITH WINTERGREEN
Medically reviewed on November 25, 2017.
Dosage form: liquid
Ingredients: ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL 70mL in 100mL
Labeler: MY IMPORT USA INC
NDC Code: 51628-1012
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ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL (70% CONCENTRATE)
FIRST AID ANTISEPTIC
FIRST AID TO HELP THE RISK OF INFECTION IN MINOR CUTS AND SCRAPES.
IN CASE OF INGESTION, GET MEDICAL HELP OR CONTACT A POSON CONTROL CENTER (1-800-222-1222) IMMEDIATELY.
For external use only.
- FLAMMABLE, KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE AND FLAME
- IF TAKEN NTERNALLY SERIOUS GASTRIC DISTURBANCES WILL RESULT
ASK A DOCTOR BEFORE USE IF YOU HAVE
- DEEP OR PUNCTURE WOUNDS, ANIMAL BITES OR SERIOUS BURNS
WHEN USING THIS PRODUCT
- DO NOT GET INTO EYES
- DO NOT APPLY OVER LARGE AREAS OF THE BODY
- DO NOT USE LONGER THAN ONE WEEK UNLESS DIRECTED BY A DOCTOR
STOP USE AND ASK A DOCTOR IF
- CONDITION PERSISTS OR GET WORSE.
- CLEAN AFFECTED AREA
- APPLY SMALL AMOUNT OF THIS PRODUCT ON THE AREA 1-3 TIMES DAILY
- MAY BE COVERED WITH A STERILE BANDAGE
- IF BANDAGED, LET DRY FIRST
- STORE AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
- DOES NOT CONTAIN, NOR IS INTENDED AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR GRAIN OR ETHYL ALCOHOL
BLUE 1, METHYL SALICYLATE, WATER, YELLOW 5
70 PERCENT WITH WINTERGREEN
isopropyl alcohol liquid
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