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Domeboro Powder Packets

Domeboro Powder Packets

Price: $14.79
Sku: 313866
Size: 12 EA
Wt: 0.13 LBS
Out of Stock

Aluminum Acetate. Soothing, effective relief of minor skin irritations due to: Poison ivy; Athlete's foot; Insect bites; Rashes. Domeboro provides soothing, effective relief of minor skin irritations. For over 50 years doctors have been recommending Domeboro Astringent Solution to help relieve minor skin irritations. Each powder packet, when mixed in water and ready for use, provides the active ingredient Aluminum Acetate resulting from the reaction of Calcium Acetate 839 mg and Aluminum Sulfate 1191 mg. Made in USA.

Active Ingredient (in each Packet): Aluminum Acetate. Inactive Ingredient: Dextrin.

Mix one, two or three packets in 16 oz of water to obtain the following modified Burow's Solution (Dilution/% Aluminum Acetate): One Packet - 1:40/0.14%. Two Packets - 1:20/0.28%. Three Packets - 1:13/0.42%. Do not strain or filter the solution. Can be used as a compress, wet dressing or a soak. As A Compress or Wet Dressing: Saturate a clean, soft, white cloth (such as diaper or torn sheet) in the solution. Gently squeeze and apply loosely to the affected area. Saturate the cloth in the solution every 15 to 30 minutes and apply to the affected area. Discard the solution after each use. Repeat as often as necessary. As A Soak: Soak affected area in the solution for 15 to 30 minutes. Discard solution after each use. Repeat 3 times a day. Protect from excessive heat.

For external use only. When using this product avoid contact with the eyes; do not cover compress or wet dressing with plastic to prevent evaporation. Stop use and ask a doctor if condition worsens or symptoms persist more than 7 days. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.