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Being a bacterial, sporicidal and fungicidal antiseptic, Betadine antiseptic ointment is one of the most effective antiseptics available.
The active ingredient in Betadine Antiseptic Ointment is the golden brown povidone-iodine. The colouring of povidone-iodine highlights the treated area and has the advantage of being able to indicate the activity of the product. As the iodine is absorbed the colour fades. Once the colour has faded to a light yellow it is time to reapply.
In most cases Betadine antiseptics are non-irritating and non-stinging to the skin. They do not permanently stain the skin or natural fabrics and the treated areas may be bandaged, taped or otherwise covered.
• Cuts wounds and abrasions
• Minor burns
• Tinea (Athletes Foot)
• Paronychia (Infected skin around the nails)
Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
Not to be used in known hypersensitivity to iodine or povidone. If irritation, redness or swelling develops, discontinue treatment and consult a doctor. Not recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding. For further information on contraindications to the use of povidone-iodine containing preparations, please refer to the package insert or consult your healthcare professional prior to use. Povidone-Iodine preparations should not be applied over a long period and to large areas of the skin (e.g., not to more than 10% of the total body surface and for not longer than 14 days) unless strictly indicated.
Note - Specification and/or sizes of product may vary if not available at time of packaging.