First aid

Boric Acid

Uses

Boric Acid is a topical antiseptic and astringent used for temporary relief of minor cuts and burns.

Dosage/directions for use

Directions: Add 1 teaspoonful (3 g) to a glass (200 mL) of warm, previously boiled water.

Apply with an absorbent puff to relieve and disinfect minor cuts and burns.


Ingredients

This product contains: boric acid.


Storage

Store in a dry place between 15°C and 30°C.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.


Precautions

Do not use if security seal is damaged.

For external use only.

Avoid inhaling powder.

Not for oral use. If swallowed, contact a Poison Control Centre immediately.

This product should not be used as a dusting powder as it can be harmful.

Boric acid should be used only when diluted and as directed.

Do not apply to open wounds.

Do not administer to children under three years of age.