How do you use Octenisept antiseptic spray?

How do you use Octenisept antiseptic spray?

How do you use Octenisept antiseptic spray?

Apply to the areas to be disinfected. For package size 50 ml, spray onto the areas to be disinfected. If necessary, rinsing can also be carried out, especially in the area of the oral cavity. Wet the areas to be disinfected completely and leave to act for 1 minute.

Is Octenisept antiseptic?

octenisept® is very effective and well tolerated. Its unique combination of Octenidine and Phenoxyethanol ensures a rapid and broad based antiseptic effect, thus eliminates existing microbes and prevention of recurrence infections which helps wound to heal faster without obstacles.

What is wound spray?

Elastoplast Wound Spray is an easy to use spray for the antiseptic cleansing of minor acute wounds such as cuts, abrasions, first and minor second-degree burns and open blisters, by mechanical irrigation. It can also be used for chronic wounds and postoperative wound care as per your doctor’s instructions.

How do you rehydrate a dry piercing?

Warm water alone can dry out your skin even more, whereas warm sea salt solution will hydrate and heal it, especially if you’ve enhanced it with tea tree oil.

How many times a week should I clean my piercing?

You should only touch your new earrings when you are cleaning your ears. You will need to clean the piercing site 2-3 times a day with either saline or salt-based solution, anti-bacterial soap, or an ear piercing solution.

How do you use antiseptic spray?

To clean and disinfect minor wounds and injuries:

  1. Hold the spray upright and spray from approximately 10cm.
  2. Spray directly onto the affected area, flooding away any debris and dirt.
  3. Gently pat dry the area.
  4. Reapply 2-3 times a day is necessary.
  5. Cover and protect the wound with a Safe and Sound Health plaster.

Can I put Vaseline on my dry piercing?

Don’t use hydrogen peroxide or alcohol, which can slow healing. You may cover the area with a thin layer of petroleum jelly, such as Vaseline, and a non-stick bandage. Apply more petroleum jelly and replace the bandage as needed.