Acid Mantle Creme

Active Ingredient(s): Aluminum Acetate, Burow's Solution
Category: Skin Care



Acid Mantle Creme Overview

Burow's solution is an aqueous solution of aluminium triacetate. It is available in the U.S. as an over-the-counter drug for topical administration, with brand names including Domeboro (Moberg Pharma), Domeboro Otic, Star-Otic, and Borofair.[1] The preparation has astringent and antibacterial properties and may be used to treat a number of skin conditions, including insect bites and stings, rashes caused by poison ivy and poison sumac, swelling, allergies, and bruises. However...

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Where can I get acid-mantle creme

I have been trying to find a jar of acid-mantle crème but Doak pharmacies no longer make it. Does anyone know if some one else makes it? ## There's actually another brand I found by the name of "Risabal-ph". They make an acid-mantle creme that's used as a moisturizer for a variety of different skin conditions (including dry, rough, itchy, irritated skin and even goes so far as balancing it's Ph levels). You can find a 16oz jar of it on amazon for around $43. I haven't tried it myself, but after living in such a dry climate for so long, I might need all the moisture I can get. There are also a good number of reviews online if you're looking for more feedback on it. I hope this info helps! ## I have been looking for a jar as well. I can not believe they wo...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Aluminum Acetate, Burow's Solution
  • Powder, 648mg
  • Powder for Reconstitution: 1191:938mg;mg
  • Solution
  • Solution/drops: 2% + 0.79%
  • Tablet, Effervescent
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

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