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BABY CARE ZINCAST OINTMENT

Active substance(s): CASTOR OIL / ZINC OXIDE

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This includes any possible side effects
not listedinthislabel.You can also report
Baby Care Zincast Ointment is
applied to the skin to soften, soothe side effects directly via the Yellow Card White Soft Paraffin, Lanolin Anhydrous.
Scheme at:
and protect.
www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard
By reporting side effects you can help
Ointment for topical use. Adults and provide more information on the safety
children: Smear lightly on the affected of this medicine.
area or massage in gently. For babies:
Wash and carefully dry the skin and
then apply lightly and evenly over the Use this medicine only on your skin
whole nappy area, paying particular Do not use if allergic to any of the
attention to the folds of the skin.
ingredients. Do not use on broken
May be used at every nappy change. skin.Ask your doctor or pharmacist
for advice before using this medicine
you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Keep out of the sight and reach
Occasionally rashes may develpop due ifTalk
of children.
to your doctor if you or your
to allergic reactions. If you notice
child
are having an x-ray, as this may
these or any other side effects, stop
mask
x-ray
pictures
using the product and consult your
doctor or pharmacist. Reporting of side
effects: If you get any side effects, talk to
your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.

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C71-3090 Ver. D Revised: May 2016

DS50.4_186.4

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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