Borofax Skin Protection

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scott Says:


I have a tube of Borofax Skin Protection from the makers or neosporin. It prevents and treats diaper rash. Do you know where I can buy a new tube of this?


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scott Says:

The tube says active ingredients are zinc oxide 15% and white petrolatum 68%. Also contains: lanolin, mineral oil and fragrance.
Dist: Warner Wellcome Consumer Health Products, Morris Plains, NJ 07950 USA.

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Verwon Says:

From what I can find, it is no longer manufactured.

These are common ingredients for this type of product, though, so you should be able to find them in other over the counter items.

Have you tried asking a pharmacist what product is comparable?

Where are you located?


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Dharmendra Says:

You made some excellent points in that last post on the subject.

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Red Says:

Is Borofax still available for purchase?

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