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TCP liquid antiseptic promotes natural healing and appropriate for first aid and personal use. It is recommended as an immediate application whenever the skin is broken or damaged; As a wet dressing in septic and ulcerative conditions, and for reducing swelling and inflammation; As a mouth wash in mouth and gum infections, and after extraction of teeth; As a gargle or throat spray in inflamed and infective throat troubles. As a nasal spray for catarrh; As an eye lotion and as first aid antiseptic because of its soothing, swift action.
A solution of halogenated phenolic bodies in water containing Phenol 0.175%, Halogenated Phenols 0.68% and Sodium Salicylate 0.052%.
Direction for Use
Cuts, grazes, bites, minor burns and scalds. Apply freely and if necessary cover with a dry surgical dressing. For Boils, spots, skin irritations, pimples, rashes and sun burn, dab every four hours and allow to dry. For cold, sore throat: At first sign gargle with the liquid diluted with about 5 parts water or spray the throat with slightly diluted TCP using an all-glass throat spray. Repeat night and morning. As a mouth wash use daily, diluted with about 5 parts water, after meals. Additionally, for gum troubles and mouth ulcers, apply undiluted three times daily and consult your dentist. For bruises and sprains apply lint dressing soaked with TCP liquid antiseptic diluted wuth 3parts water. Dab again at intervals.
Store in dry cool place with cover tightly closed. Keep away from the reach and sight of children.