Dermatologic ointment, 30 ml tube. Precision applicator included.
Italian Pharmacode: 913452177.
ABAX ointment is a topical dermatologic agent that protects and moisturizes sensitive skin.
How to use
Apply ABAX ointment thinly and evenly to the affected skin zone several times a day until improvement of condition. A thin veil of product will protect the covered area.
A precision applicator is provided in order to reach specific skin area (i.e. scalp, external genitals).
Avoid contact with eyes. Close carefully the tube right after use.
Cosmetic. External use only.
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