Aqua, Coco-Caprylate/Caprate, Zinc Oxide, Glycerin, Sodium Silver Aluminum Silicate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Coco Glucoside, Coco-glycerides, Caprylyl Glycol, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Disodium EDTA, Hydrated Silica, Oleic Acid.
Warning for individuals allergic to parabens and lanolin – does not contain parabens and lanolin. No added dyes, alcohol or perfumes.
Cutozinc® Silver Spray helps reduce wetting, reduces the possibility of skin irritation from external influences (urine, stool) and helps protect treated areas from redness. Also suitable for the diaper area and areas of skin folds.
How does Silver Work?
Argentum (silver) and its compounds have astringent (or even caustic) and antiseptic (mainly by means of protein denaturation) effects. In adequate concentrations and suitable medicine forms they support the wound and furuncle healing.
(source: Fadrhoncová A.,Farmakoterapie kožních nemocí (Pharmaco-Therapy of Dermatological Diseases), p. 130, Grada,1999)
How does Zeolite Work?
Zeolites are crystalline silicates of alkalic metals. The uniqueness lies in the space arrangement of atoms which creates ducts and cavities of constant dimensions. In these ducts solid, liquid and gaseous substances can retain. In medicine they are used as active substances carriers. Silver, bound to zeolite (silver zeolite), has proven antimicrobial effects on microorganisms and these effects are supported by the zeolite.
(source: Sirikamon S., Antimicrobial effects of silver zeolite against oral microorganisms, Asian Pac J of Trop Biomed, p. 47-52, Elsevier2013)
How Does Zinc Oxide Work?
Zinc oxide (zinc oxide, zinc blossom) is an amorphous, gentle, white, odour-free powder. It is obtained from natural, zinc material. The effects are: cooling, slightly astringent and slightly antiseptic. Zinc oxide is part of the powders, suspensions, liquid powders and soft paste categories, which are frequently used in children’s dermatology. Zinc oxide has soothing effects and significantly fosters skin’s rejuvenation. Zinc products also have a favourable impact on the healing process.
(source: Fadrhoncová A., Pharmaco-Therapy of Dermatological Diseases, Page 294, Grada, 1999)
Shake well before the use! Spray a thin even layer on a thoroughly cleaned and dried skin. Use ideally medicinal soaps (e.g. Cutosan®) to clean the skin. Apply from a distance of approximately 5 cm. In necessary, rub into the skin. It is not necessary to apply two layers, the spray works effectively with one layer only. Apply several times a day, as necessary, over the whole affected area. Due to the sprayer a thin even layer can be easily applied, without touching the skin. The practical bottle with a sprayer is completely hygienic. The Cutozinc® Silver Spray is non-irritating, can be applied easily and also easily removed. Irritation can appear in areas where the skin is covered by a diaper. In such areas reddening, rash and increased skin irritation may appear. In the affected areas delimited reddish spots appear. The sores may be from light, with smaller defects, to heavy ones with strong reddening, irritation, blisters or festering broken skin. The sores may develop into pressure sores, mainly in immobile and incontinent patients.
Do not use in case of allergy or hypersensitiveness to any of the ingredients of the preparation.
Store at a temperature of 15 to 25 °C. Keep out of the reach of children. Keep in its original package. Do not use the product once the date stated on the box and label expires.