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chlorhexidine

; Savlon; Hydrex 0.05% chlorhexidine (acetate or gluconate) in industrial methylated spirit (IMS) or water; powerful topical antiseptic effective against a wide range of skin flora, but non-effective against mycobacteria, Pseudomonas or spore forms; incompatible with soap; used for skin cleansing (allow to evaporate to dry for 5 minutes after application); 4% chlorhexidine gluconate in solution (Hibitane) is used as a preoperative surgical scrub

Savlon

a proprietary name for preparations of chlorhexidine gluconate.
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Savlon is an antiseptic brand while Shower To Shower is a personal care product brand.
It's just a shame for the cast that childhood stars often end up druggy weirdos with emotional damage even Savlon can't soothe.
Kate says: "The Savlon cream is the only product advertised in the book that we still use today.
Thousands of tubes of Savlon have been pulled from shop shelves due to alleged contamination by animal rights extremists.
After three hours of watching Irish Derby videos, I've come to the conclusion that Ardkill Jamie can settle my bill for 400 tubes of Savlon by landing his quarter-final at Shelbourne (9.
Meanwhile, Novartis Consumer Health has added a gel treatment for insect bites, stings and skin reactions to its Savlon range of first aid creams.
80 came in handy (after buying a family tub of Savlon and Elastoplasts, I still had some change left).
However, Savlon, the first-aid specialists, say it is not all down to drink.
Carry some plasters and an antiseptic cream like Savlon.
While I ran off to find Savlon and a hankie the crying came to an abrupt end.