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- Local antiseptic to treat minor cuts and abrasions
- 16 ounce
- Topical solution
Hydrogen Peroxide Antiseptic Solution 16 Oz
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|EAN||0308694707107 , 0808890294062 , 0308694706100 , 0789015356073 , 0885603903145|
|Import Designation||Made in USA|
|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Temperature Rating||ambient: room temperature|
|UPC||308694706100 , 885603903145 , 308694707107 , 789015356073 , 808890294062|
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Top Customer Reviews
First have your teeth thoroughly scaled and cleaned by a dental professional. Then, when you floss, dip the floss in a mixture of 50% hydrogen peroxide and floss between the teeth, getting the floss as far down as possible under the gumline. Do every tooth contact twice and do this twice a day. It will cut down the pathogenic disease-causing organisms in the dental gum tissues pockets. It must be done consistently to have a lasting effect.
This is certainly not a cure-all since it cannot reach to the depth of deeper gum pockets. However, it will help to kill the organisms that cause gum disease. It is best used when the disease is relatively recent and has not caused extensive pocketing or bone loss.
One can finish the process by dipping ones toothrush in the 50% mixture of hydrogen peroxide and brushing the teeth and gums. Afterwards, one should rinse with water, as hydrogen peroxide leaves a an aftertaste that is not pleasent.
JIm Koenig, DDS
With one use for one minute, my teeth were whiter than they had ever been after WEEKS of Crest white white strips, and other like-kits as well as whitening mouth wash AND whitening toothpaste.
Not only that, I could feel it killing the germs on my tongue and my gums were instantly less swollen (I have very sensitive gums).
This stuff REALLY IS incredible!! Thank you SOOO much MOM for telling me about this!!! It is SO affordable, but really works!
I'm just really impressed and want to let other people know.
I used to use Hydrogen Peroxide for scrapes as well. Recently I fell and got a pretty nasty gash on my shin (4 inch by 0.25 inch). Because I was traveling I did not treat the wound as well as I should and got an infection. In a few weeks when I had to see the doctor to treat the infection, I asked what I should have used to clean the wound to avoid the problem next time.
Surprisingly, the doctor told me that Hydrogen Peroxide should not have been my first choice. The doctor said that H.P. does clean but also damages the healthy tissue and this prolongs healing. The doctor said that studies show that the best way to clean the wound is with plenty of plain water and soap and pressure on the wound to remove the debris. Hydrogen Peroxide should only be used if there is no access to clean water. So it should be in your emergency kit when you hike but not your first choice if there is access to soap and water.
Hope this helps someone to avoid a slow healing infection.
P.S. A note on price. My local grocery store sell 16 oz bottle for $1.50, I saw similar prices in a local pharmacy.
Ali Julia review
In any case, I picked up this Swan Hydrogen Peroxide Antiseptic Solution (16 ounces) at my local grocery store. It's not very expensive. You mix it with 50% water and only use a little at a time so it goes a long way. Read the warnings on the label, of course, and if you have any concerns, consult your doctor or dentist.
As someone else commented, this is a rip-off. Just buy it at your local pharmacy! (don't do as I did assuming that amazon has the best prices :( )
I've never bought hydrogen peroxide before in my life. If I injure myself, I wash the wound with spit, then staunch the blood by duct-taping part of a paper towel.
My clutzy girlfriend injured herself and foolishly asked, "Where do you keep your hydrogen peroxide??" The same place I keep this mythical "colander" you asked about earlier: at the store.
So I bought a bottle of the stuff from this very page. I even mentioned it to my mother. "I ordered some hydrogen peroxide online." Somewhere in the conversation I casually said that it had cost five dollars and she flipped out. Apparently it's dirt cheap. I recently saw the same exact bottle at 99 Cent Store... and it was 59 cents. They didn't even charge 99 cents at the 99 Cent Store! I'm a dude. I'm dumb.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't know if it comes in other flavors but if it does I recommend trying a different one.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
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