Resinol Medicated Ointment

Resinol Medicated Ointment
Item #: 9417

Size: 3.3 oz
Single Price: $14.95
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Resinol® Medicated Ointment, 3.3 oz
Topical Analgesic Skin Protectant

• Fast Soothing Relief of Minor Skin Irritations
• Relieves Skin of Pain & Itching
• Physician Recommended Formula

This effective, all purpose skin care medicine soothes, heals, and relieves a variety of skin conditions. Helpful for relieving chafing, chapping, minor sunburn, prickly heat, dry skin, windburn, poison ivy/oak/sumac, minor burns, non-poisonous insect bites.

"Where there are the boils and those breaking outs or the rash, use any good antiseptic salve or ointment. ... Those that we have indicated for such would be preferable; ... such as Resinol." (608-8)

What is the history of Resinol?

Resinol Medicated Ointment has a time tested record of safety and effectiveness for many skin irritations. Resinol was developed by Dr. Merville H Carter in Baltimore, Maryland at the turn of the last century. In the course of his medical practice, Dr Carter saw many patients with skin conditions that were difficult to treat. After many years of practical application among his own patients, he perfected Resinol. Over the years thousands of mothers, nurses and doctors have voluntarily written letters attesting to the safety and effectiveness of Resinol.

Have there been any changes to Resinol?

There are no plans to ever change the time tested effective formulation of Resinol Medicated Ointment. In 1983 a fragrance oil known as Oil of Cade was removed from the formula because it had no known therapeutic value and many consumers objected to the aroma. Yet, many other consumers dearly remember the "old familiar smell" of Resinol from their child hood days. A new sealed jar has been introduced to insure the integrity of Resinol.

Suggested Use:
Adults and Children 2 years and over: apply to affected area not more than 3-4 times daily.

Ingredients:
Active:
Petrolatum 55%, Resorcinol 2%.
Inactive: Calamine, Corn Starch, Lanolin and Zinc Oxide.