HALIBUT® Ointment

Halibut Ointment | Healing and regenerating actions

Halibut® Ointment is a medicinal product not subject to medical prescription containing the active substance Zinc Oxide.

Indications

Due to its soothing, healing and regenerating actions, HALIBUT® Ointment is indicated in the treatment of nappy rash, burns, venous ulcers, eczema, acne scars and surgical wounds, as well as in the general care of bedridden patients and prevention of suppuration.

How to use

Do not use HALIBUT® Ointment if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to Zinc Oxide or any of the other ingredients of HALIBUT® Ointment.

Available packs

30, 50 and 100 g tubes. 

Read the information leaflet carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice if you have any further questions or if symptoms persist.

Available in pharmacies and parapharmacies.

HALIBUT® Ointment is a medicinal product with remarkable tissue regenerating properties. Owing to its active substance, Zinc Oxide, this product also has protective, soothing, astringent and antiseptic actions. HALIBUT® Ointment is available in 30, 50 and 100 g tubes. Therapeutic indications: Due to its soothing, healing and regenerating actions, HALIBUT® Ointment is indicated in the treatment of irritant diaper dermatitis (nappy rash), first-degree burns and superficial wounds. Contra-indications: Do not use HALIBUT® Ointment if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to zinc oxide or any of the other ingredients of HALIBUT® Ointment. Posology and method of administration: In cases of irritated, intact skin, apply a sufficient amount of ointment to cover the affected area and massage gently. These cases include irritant diaper dermatitis (nappy rash) and irritation caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight. Apply the ointment several times a day. Superficial wounds may be covered with a dressing or gauze to which the ointment has been previously applied. Change the dressing daily. HALIBUT® Ointment is a medicinal product not subject to medical prescription. Read the information leaflet carefully and ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice if you have any further questions. Talk to your doctor if symptoms persist.

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