Suthol Antiseptic Liquid (2 Bottles) For Skin Eruptions

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Suthol Antiseptic Liquid (2 Bottles) For Skin Eruptions

Product Facts
Package Type Plastic Bottle
Package Content 2x Bottles of 100 ml / 3.38 oz Each
Expiry / Usage Minimum 6 Months
Additional Information None
Description, Benefits, Dosage, Side Effects, Ingredients (Composition)
Suthol is an antiseptic liquid that contains Chlorhexidine Gluconate and Cetrimide. A Product to soothe all- Suthol. The name says it all. Packed in a clear transparent pet bottle that presents the shiny green product in its full glory, the cap is tamper proof to ensure product protection.

Indications:
* Cuts / wounds
* After shave / bath
* Prickly heat
* Skin rash and itches
* Insect bites

Usage:
Apply Suthol on affected skin. Either pour drop by drop or wet a cotton ball for application. Go on applying Suthol as many times as needed on skin eruptions or infections, regularly for at least a week. You will find the eruptions / infections to be subsiding slowly. In case of cuts / wounds or skin affected over a concentrated area, it helps if you wet a cotton patch liberally with Suthol, place it on the affected skin and put a clean gauge on top fixing the entire dressing with a tape. Change this dressing twice a day, definitely after bath. Do not let the dressing get wet externally. Suthol has a preventive effect on skin eruptions and infections. For prickly heat prone or pimple prone skin, go on applying Suthol on the area as a preventive measure. You will find that eruptions will be absent or much less frequent than usual. Use Suthol as an after bath body conditioner to remain fresh. Put a few drops on your palm and rub it on your body. Or you may put a few drops of Suthol in a mug of water and pour it on yourself after bath. Wipe dry without any further rinsing.

Ingredients:
* Chlorhexidine Gluconate is an antiseptic that is active against gram positive and gram negative organisms. It disrupts the plasma membrane of the bacterial cell, and the bacterial cellular contents are lost. Chlorhexidine solutions leave a residue on the skin which gives a persistent anti bacterial effect lasting 1 or 2 days. Its actions are not affected by blood, pus or soap.
* Cetrimide is a quaternary ammonium disinfectant and cationic surfactant.It dissociates in aqueous solution into a relatively large and complex cation and a small anion. It has bactericidal activity against Gram positive and at a higher concentration, against some Gram negative organisms. Solutions containing 1 to 3% cetrimide are used as shampoos to remove scales in seborrhea of the scalp ( dandruff problem). Aqueous solutions containing 0.1 to 1% have been used for treatment of wounds and burns, for pre-operative cleansing of skin and for removal of scabs and crusts in skin disease.