Desitin 40 percent zinc-oxide diaper rash ointment has been the leader in helping beat baby rash, while promoting the healing and protection of skin. In addition to healing diaper rash, Desitin is excellent for treating minor burns, cuts, scrapes, and chafing. Hypoallergenic.
- Contains the maximum level of zinc oxide available without a prescription
- Creates a rich, thick protective barrier
- Helps reduce redness and irritation of sensitive skin
Active: Zinc oxide 40% (skin protectant). Inactive: Petrolatum, cod liver oil, lanolin, talc, glycerin, sorbitan sesquioleate, beeswax, tocopheryl acetate, fragrance.
- Change wet or soiled diapers promptly
- Cleanse the diaper area
- Allow to dry
- Apply diaper rash paste liberally as often as necessary, with each diaper change
Desitin is excellent for treating minor burns, cuts, scrapes, and chafing.
Safety Warning: Desitin Maximum Strength Original Paste is for external use only. When using Desitin Maximum Strength Original Paste, do not get into eyes. Stop use and ask a doctor if: condition worsens; symptoms last for more than 7 days or clear up and occur again within a few days Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
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