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Zilactin Early Relief Cold Gel 0.25 Oz.

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Zilactin Early Relief Cold Gel 0.25 Oz.


Zilactin Early Relief Cold Gel 0.25 Oz. Item Number.:C1484377/B10039196.
Size : 0.25 OZ
ABC Selling UoM : EA
NDC: 50486046802
UPC Barcode : 350486468024
Supplier: 0050001185 BLAIREX LABS
Supplier Material : B4680
Fine Line Class : 350035803581 Oral Pain Relief & Mouth Sores
Product Category : HB Health & Beauty
Product Type : HBC Branded HBC

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Product Description.:

* Cold sore/fever blister/oral pain treatment.
* Patented bioadhesive promotes healing.
* Relieves pain for up to 6 hours.
* Dries clear.
* Contains alcohol 73% by volume.
* Made in Canada.
* Temporarily relieves pain caused by
o cold sores/fever blisters
o canker sores, mouth sores
o gum irritations

Active Ingredients

Benzyl Alcohol 10%


Boric Acid , Hydroxypropylcellulose , Propylene Glycol , Purified Water , Salicylic Acid , SD Alcohol 37 , Tannic Acid


* Adults and Children 2 Years and Older:
o Dry affected area.
o Apply with cotton swab or clean finger up to 4 times daily.
o Allow to dry 30-60 seconds.
* Children Under 12 Years:
o Adult supervision should be given in the use of this product.
* Children Under 2 Years:
o Do not use, consult a physician or dentist.
* Store at 15-30 degrees C / 59-86 degrees F.


* Flammable:
o Keep away from fire or flame.
* Stop use and ask a physician if
o sore mouth symptoms do not improve in 7 days
o condition worsens or symptoms clear up and occur again within a few days
o swelling, rash or fever develops
o irritation, pain or redness persists or worsens
* Apply only to affected area.
* Do not exceed recommended dosage.
* Avoid contact with the eyes.
* Do not use for more than 7 days unless directed by a physician or dentist.
* Keep out of reach of children.
* If swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison control center immediately.
* Do not peel off protective film.
* Attempting to peel off film may result in skin irritation or tenderness.
* To remove film, first apply another coat of Zilactin to film, and immediately wipe the area with a moist gauze pad or tissue.

? Blairex Laboratories, Inc.