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Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Ointment - 2.11 oz

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Description

Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Ointment - 2.11 oz

Suffering from irritated, crackling skin? Rugby Zinc Oxide Ointment provides soothing relief. This rich, creamy ointment contains 20% zinc oxide, a compound with natural protective and astringent properties, to form a barrier over skin and help treat issues like diaper rash, minor burns, eczema, and chafed skin. Specially formulated for maximum effectiveness, Rugby Zinc Oxide Ointment adheres well to soothe and protect while reducing itching, inflammation, and discomfort. Don't withstand uncomfortable skin irritation - rely on the fast-acting comfort of Rugby Zinc Oxide Ointment.

Expiration Date: 9-2025

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Active Ingredient

  • Zinc Oxide 20% w/w - Skin Protectant

Uses

  • Dries the oozing and weeping of poison ivy, oak, and sumac

Dosage Form

  • Ointment

Strength

  • 20% w/w

Count

  • 2.11 oz (small, travel size)

Dosage and Administration

  • For poison ivy, oak, and sumac:
  • Apply as needed 

Warnings and Precautions

  • For external use only
  • When using this product
  • Avoid contact with eyes
  • Stop use and ask a doctor if
  • The condition worsens
  • Symptoms last more than 7 days or clear up and occur again within a few days
  • If you are allergic to any of these ingredients
  • Keep out of reach of children 
  • If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away

Possible Side Effects

  1. Skin irritation - Although rare, some people may experience further irritation, redness, or burning sensation when applying the ointment, especially if the skin is cracked or inflamed. Discontinue use if this occurs.
  2. Excessive drying - The zinc oxide can be very drying for the skin. This may cause undesirable effects like flaking, peeling, cracking or increased itching if overused. Moderation is key.
  3. Sun sensitivity - Zinc oxide sits on the surface of skin and can make you more prone to sunburn. Avoid excessive sun exposure when using this product.
  4. Discoloration - The thick ointment can temporarily discolor skin white. This should wash off but can be bothersome cosmetically.
  5. Interacts with diuretics - The zinc may reduce the effectiveness of certain diuretic medications. Consult a doctor if taking diuretics.
  6. Zinc toxicity - Absorbing too much zinc from the ointment could potentially cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or headaches in rare cases.

To minimize risk, carefully follow usage directions and avoid ingesting the ointment or applying to broken/damaged skin. Discontinue use if any irritation or discomfort occurs.

Other Information

  • Store at room temperature 20-25ºC (68-77ºF)

Inactive Ingredients

  • Cetomacrogol 1000, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Light Mineral Oil, White Soft Paraffin (Petrolatum)

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FAQ

Q: What Does Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant Ointment Do?

1. Skin Protection: The ointment contains 20% zinc oxide, which acts as a physical barrier on the skin. When applied, it forms a protective layer that helps to shield the skin from external irritants, moisture, and friction. This barrier function is particularly useful for protecting sensitive or irritated skin from further damage or infection.

2. Skin Healing: Zinc oxide has mild antiseptic properties, which can aid in the healing process of minor cuts, scrapes, or burns. It creates an environment that promotes skin recovery and reduces the risk of bacterial infections.

3. Skin Soothing: The ointment has a soothing effect on the skin, providing relief from itchiness, irritation, and discomfort caused by various skin conditions, such as rashes, eczema, or diaper rash. It helps to calm and alleviate these symptoms, allowing the skin to heal more effectively.

4. Sun Protection: Zinc oxide also offers protection against the harmful effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. It acts as a physical sunscreen, reflecting and scattering the UV rays before they can penetrate the skin, thus reducing the risk of sunburn and long-term sun damage.

Overall, Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant is a multi-purpose ointment that provides skin protection, healing, and soothing properties. It is commonly used for diaper rash, chafing, minor skin irritations, and as a sunscreen for sensitive skin. However, it's always recommended to consult a healthcare professional or read the product label for specific usage instructions and precautions.

Q: Can I use Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant as a sunscreen?

Yes, Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant can be used as a sunscreen. Zinc oxide, the active ingredient in the ointment, provides a physical barrier that reflects and scatters ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. It can help protect your skin from both UVA and UVB rays, which are known to cause sunburn, skin damage, and contribute to the risk of skin cancer.

When applying Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant as a sunscreen, it's important to ensure that you apply a sufficient amount to cover all exposed areas of the skin. It should be applied evenly and reapplied as needed, especially after swimming, sweating, or towel-drying, as these activities can diminish the effectiveness of the sunscreen.

While zinc oxide offers broad-spectrum sun protection, it's worth noting that the specific product formulation may not have undergone testing for its sun protection factor (SPF) rating. SPF indicates the level of protection against UVB rays specifically. If you require a specific SPF rating or additional UV protection, you may want to consider using a sunscreen product that is specifically labeled with an SPF value.

As with any sunscreen, it's always a good idea to follow the instructions provided on the product label and consult a healthcare professional if you have any specific concerns or questions about its usage.

Does Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant Ointment leave a white residue?

Yes, Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant, like other zinc oxide-based products, has the potential to leave a white cast or marks on the skin when applied. This is because zinc oxide is a white mineral that reflects light, and when applied in higher concentrations, it can create a visible white appearance on the skin.

The extent of the white marks can vary depending on factors such as the amount of product applied, the formulation of the ointment, and individual skin characteristics. In general, ointments with higher concentrations of zinc oxide are more likely to leave a noticeable white residue.

To minimize the appearance of white marks, you can try the following:

1. Apply a thin layer: Use a small amount of the ointment and spread it evenly over the skin. Applying a thinner layer can reduce the visibility of the white cast.

2. Blend well: Take your time to massage and blend the ointment into the skin thoroughly. This can help distribute the product more evenly and reduce the white marks.

3. Test and adjust: If you are concerned about the white marks, it's a good idea to test the product on a small area of skin first to see how it appears. You can also try different brands or formulations to find one that suits your preferences.

Remember that the primary purpose of Rugby Zinc Oxide 20% Skin Protectant is skin protection, and the white marks are a side effect of the product's physical sun-blocking properties. 

Q: What is zinc oxide ointment used for?

Zinc oxide ointment is commonly used to help treat and protect against diaper rash, minor skin irritations, burns, and sensitivity. It provides a protective barrier for the skin.

Q: How does zinc oxide ointment work?

Zinc oxide creates a physical barrier over the skin, sealing out moisture and irritants. It has soothing, protective, astringent, and antiseptic properties to reduce inflammation and discomfort.

Q: How should I apply zinc oxide ointment?

Clean and dry the affected area thoroughly. Apply a thin layer of the ointment, rubbing it in completely. Reapply as needed to maintain the protective barrier, usually 3-4 times per day.

Q: Is zinc oxide ointment safe for babies?

Yes, zinc oxide is very safe for babies when used as directed for diaper rash. Avoid getting in eyes or mouth. Consult a pediatrician if irritation lasts more than a few days.

Q: Does zinc oxide ointment expire?

Zinc oxide ointment typically has an expiration date around 2-3 years from time of manufacture. If stored properly, it may still be effective shortly past expiration but is best replaced once expired.

Q: What precautions should I take with zinc oxide?

Avoid ingesting it. Discontinue use if skin irritation develops. Don't overuse as it can excessively dry skin. Take care in the sun as it increases sun sensitivity.

Q: Can I use zinc oxide ointment on my face?

Yes, zinc oxide is safe for sensitive facial skin in small amounts. It's effective on conditions like irritation from masks. But moderation is key to avoid dryness or breakouts.

Expiration Date

Expiration Date:
9-2025

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