Tincture of Benzoin

Smith & Nephew Tincture of Benzoin
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Smith & Nephew Tincture of Benzoin

  • Protects skin from adhesives
  • 4.75 oz pump spray

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Smith & Nephew Tincture of Benzoin

Tincture of Benzoin

The Tincture of Benzoin is an antiseptic preparation which protects the skin from adhesive or harsh body fluids. The antiseptic comes in a 4.75 oz pump spray for convenient transportation and application.

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Smith & Nephew Tincture of Benzoin

407000 - Tincture of Benzoin - $24.21

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after opening the bottle of tincture, how long it still stable?
Asked on Nov 29, 2011 4:30:19 AM by nancy from amman hospital- jordan
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I had one bottle last about twenty years. Why? Because it's a tinture - essentially a gum (benzoin) is dissolved in alcohol - if the alcohol evaporates, just replace it. If it totally hardens I suppose it might be difficult to revive the tincture - but it has no "active" ingredient to decay or oxydize. If you look around you can buy powdered bezoin or benzoin chips to make your own. As an adjuntive antiseptic and skin protectant, perhaps it's most important role is in making sure bandaids stick under harsh conditions - like wetness. It's essentially a dissolved gum with antiseptic properties and I use it in place of bandaids for small cuts. It protects it from moisture and closes the wound. Oh, avoid the one with Aloe in it, it's ONLY meant for appliation under large adhesive bandages (like bedsores) and the added aloe inhibits the sticky properties of the benzoin.
Answered on Aug 10, 2013 1:42:20 AM by ldmaster from colorado
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Is this the same as the container that is or used to be white with orange strip with blue on top of the orange #407000
Asked on May 11, 2011 1:03:16 PM by george from vero beach, Fl
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Part Number(s): 097 0239

Mfg Part Number(s): 407000

Scrip Part Number(s): 097 0239