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“Oronyain.” For iPhone and iPad.

Recommended Uses

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Indications

Oronine H Ointment is indicated for the following conditions.

  • Acne
  • eruption
  • pityriasis simplex
  • minor burns
  • chapped skin
  • chilblains
  • minor cuts
  • dry athlete’s foot
  • ringworm (including ringworm of the groin and scalp)

Ingredients

Oronine H Ointment is a hydrophilic ointment containing chlorhexidine gluconate.

Each gram of Oronine H Ointment contains the following active ingredients:
  • 20% Chlorhexidine Gluconate Solution
  • 10 mg Lauromacrogol
  • Polysorbate 80
  • Aluminum Potassium Sulfate
  • Macrogol
  • Glycerin
  • Olive Oil
  • Stearyl Alcohol
  • White Bees Wax
  • Petrolatum
  • Glyceryl Stearate (self emulsified type)
  • Fragrance
  • and Purified Water are included as inactive ingredients.

Packaging

  • 10 g tube
  • 30 g jar
  • 100 g jar
  • 250 g jar
Oronine H Ointment

Directions

Apply ointment with gauze, absorbent cotton, etc., or with clean fingertips directly to the affected part, depending on the symptoms.

Precautions
  1. Oronine H Ointment should be used in children under careful parental supervision.
  2. Avoid contact with the eyes. In the case of accidental contact, rinse the eyes thoroughly with clean, cool or lukewarm water. If a severe reaction occurs, immediately consult an ophthalmologist.
  3. Oronine H Ointment is intended for external use only.
  4. The affected area and surrounding skin should be thoroughly washed before application.

Common Questions

Below are the answers to some commonly asked questions.

Precautions Concerning Use

Important precautions
(The following points should be strictly observed. Failure to do so may cause the condition to deteriorate or lead to adverse reactions.)

1. Oronine H Ointment should not be used in the following people:
People who have had an allergic symptom to this drug, its ingredients, or chlorhexidine.
2. Do not use Oronine H Ointment in the following instances.
  1. On eczema (incl. sores and rash)
  2. As a makeup use
  3. On insect bites
Conditions that require consultation
The following people should consult a physician, pharmacist, or registered salesperson before using Oronine H Ointment.

(1) The following persons should consult a doctor, pharmacist, or registered pharmacy clerk before using Oronine H Ointment.

  1. People who are receiving treatment from a physician.
  2. People with a history of hypersensitivity reactions (rash, redness, itching, irritated skin, etc.) to medications.
  3. People in whom the affected area is extensive.
  4. People with severe weeping injuries or open sores.
  5. People with severe injuries or burns.

(2) The following symptoms may be adverse reactions. If any of these symptoms are observed after use, immediately discontinue the use of Oronine H Ointment and consult a physician, pharmacist, or registered salesperson. Bring this document with you for reference.

Affected Area Symptom
Skin Rash, redness, itchiness, swelling, dryness, skin cracking

The following serious symptoms may occur in rare cases. In such cases, immediately seek medical aid.

Name of symptoms Symptoms
Shock (Anaphylaxis) Itching of skin, urticaria, hoarseness, sneezing, itchy throat, breathing difficulties, palpitations, and clouding of consciousness may occur immediately after use.

(3) If symptoms fail to improve after use for 5 or 6 days, discontinue the use of Oronine H Ointment and consult a physician, pharmacist, or registered salesperson. Bring this document with you for reference.

Precautions for Handling and Storage

  1. Keep tightly sealed and store in a cool place away from direct sunlight.
  2. Keep this product out of the reach of children.
  3. To avoid misuse and to ensure quality, do not store Oronine H Ointment in other containers.
  4. Do not use the product after the expiration date indicated on the package and the container.
  5. Since bottle container is made of glass, do not subject the container to strong physical impact. It may damage the container, and injury may occur.

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