We recommend using Pinxav to heal, prevent and protect your baby from diaper rash. By applying Pinxav to your baby’s skin, you are creating a barrier to seal out wetness -- the leading cause of diaper rash. Pinxav should be applied to clean, dry skin. Pinxav can also be used for everyday first aid to protect skin from minor scrapes, burns, cuts, sunburn and other skin irritations such as eczema, chicken pox, poison ivy/sumac/oak, insect bites, minor burns and chafing.
Babies' bottoms will be best protected when Pinxav is used with every diaper change. But if you decide to use Pinxav only once a day, make sure it's at bedtime, when babies are more likely to have prolonged contact with a wet, rash-provoking diaper.
Babies (Diaper Rash) - Pinxav provides a protective coating for a baby's bottom. Daily application to clean, dry skin will guard against and help relieve diaper rash.
Active Adults (Rashes and Chapped Skin) - Pinxav provides protection, prevents rashes and chapped skin caused by rubbing and perspiration. Apply before biking and other athletic activities.
Seniors (Protection) - Pinxav provides relief and helps prevent against dry, cracked skin. Use over sun-block for extra protection from sunburn. Use to prevent rashes and to soothe minor skin irritations.
Homebound (Rashes) - Pinxav helps provides comfort to those who are less active and will help protect areas exposed to dampness caused by possible incontinence.
· Zinc Oxide - according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, helps to protect a baby’s skin from diaper rash. Zinc Oxide is also the number one pediatrician-recommended ingredient for fighting diaper rash. Pinxav contains 30% zinc oxide, twice as much as our competitors. Pinxav’s thick quality also helps it adhere to the skin better than any other product and this is essential in creating an effective barrier.
· Methyl Salicylate - Also known as Oil of Wintergreen. It is a local anesthetic agent and disinfectant commonly used in toothpaste, mouthwashes, and perfumes.
· Eucalyptol - A colorless liquid, derived from eucalyptus and used in pharmaceuticals, flavoring, and perfume. Also called cineole, an oil extracted from the eucalyptus, which. Promotes healthy tissue.
· Oil of Clove - Clove oil is made from the buds of the flowers of a tree that grows in tropical to Equatorial regions: Madgascar to Sri Lanka and Indonesia. It is an intense oil, most commonly used to relieve dental pain and infection It is antiseptic, carminative, warming, and very aromatic. It is often used as a flavoring in toothpaste, mouthwashes, and exotic foods.
· Menthol - is a compound obtained from peppermint oil or other mint oils. Menthol has local anesthetic and counterirritant qualities.
· Aloe - Aloe Vera, whose name means "shining bitter substance," is widely regarded as a master healing plant. Aloe Vera gel is a mild anesthetic, relieving itching, swelling, and pain: it also is antibacterial and antifungal, increases blood flow to wounded areas, and stimulates fibroblasts, the skin cells responsible for wound healing.
· Vitamin E - it promotes healthy skin with it's antioxidant properties. vitamin E prevents cell damage by inhibiting the oxidation of lipids and the formation of free radicals.
· Petrolatum - Also known as petroleum jelly. This is used in cold creams, emollients, and other skin creams. It is a purified combination of hydrocarbons made from petroleum. It helps to soften the skin.
· Lanolin – Besides being a wonderful emollient, it is one of nature’s own oils and adds a waterproofing quality to Pinxav to keep out moisture.
· Cetyl alcohol – Cetyl alcohol is not really an "alcohol" such as ethyl or rubbing alcohol, which would dry the skin, but is an emulsifying wax made by combining fatty alcohols derived from vegetable sources. It is used in many cosmetics as an emollient, thickening agent, moisturizer, emulsifier, stabilizer, as well as a carrying agent for other ingredients.
· Aluminum Hydroxide - Found in a variety of antacids such as Mylanta©, Maalox©, Rolaids©, and others, used to reduce absorption of phosphorus and has a supportive role in helping Pinxav work more effectively.
If prolonged skin irritation occurs, consult a physician. Avoid contact with the eyes and do not apply to open wounds. Avoid getting on clothing. The adhesive quality of Pinxav will cause stains on fabric. Warning: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. Keep out of reach of children. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical help or contact a poison control center immediately.
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