Brand films

A library of our Oroinine brand films.

Petting Cat Oronyain

“Petting Cat Oronyain” is a nade-nade (petting)
application where you keep on petting a sleeping kitten,
“Oronyain.” For iPhone and iPad.

At Times Like These

Click on the links for detailed information about the use of Oronine H Ointment.


Oronine H Ointment is indicated for the following conditions.

  • Acne
  • pimples
  • pityriasis simplex
  • minor burns
  • cracked skin
  • chilblains
  • chapped skin
  • cuts
  • non-pustulent tinea pedis (athlete’s foot)
  • tinea corporis (tinea of the body)
  • tinea cruris (jock itch)
  • tinea capitis (tinea of the scalp)


All of the ingredients contained in Oronine H Ointment are listed below.

*Active ingredient (per 1 g)

Chlorhexidine gluconate solution (20%): 10 mg

  • Lauromacrogol
  • polysorbate 80
  • aluminum potassium sulfate
  • macrogol
  • glycerin
  • olive oil
  • stearyl alcohol
  • white beeswax
  • petrolatum
  • self-emulsifying glyceryl stearate
  • fragrance
  • purified water
  • *Note: Oronine H Ointment does not contain any steroids.


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

Dosage and Administration

Depending on the condition of the affected area, either apply to absorbent cotton or gauze before applying to the affected area, or else apply directly to the area with a clean finger.

Precautions Related to Dosage and Administration
  1. Children should only be allowed to use Oronine H Ointment under the supervision of a guardian.
  2. Take care to not get Oronine H Ointment in your eyes. If any Oronine H Ointment gets in your eyes, flush immediately with cold or lukewarm water. If symptoms are severe, consult an eye doctor.
  3. Oronine H Ointment should only be used externally.
  4. Oronine H Ointment should be applied only after wiping the affected and surrounding area clean of any excess dirt, etc.

Common Questions

Below are the answers to some commonly asked questions.


Oronine H Ointment must not be used for the following applications.
(Failure to follow these precautions may result in a worsening of symptoms or in the emergence of adverse reactions.)

Oronine H Ointment must not be used for:
  1. Eczema (sores, rash)
  2. Make-up foundation
  3. Bug bites

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

  1. Persons being treated by a doctor.
  2. Persons who have experienced allergic reactions to drugs (e.g., rash, redness, itchiness).
  3. Persons with extensive affected areas.
  4. Persons with severe weeping areas or open sores.
  5. Persons with deep wounds or severe burns.

(2) If the following symptoms occur after using Oronine H Ointment, they could be adverse reactions. Therefore, if such symptoms occur, the use of Oronine H Ointment should be discontinued immediately, and the product should be brought, along with the package insert that came with it, to a doctor, pharmacist, or registered pharmacy clerk for consultation.

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

(3) If symptoms do not improve after 5 or 6 days of using Oronine H Ointment, its use should be discontinued, and the package insert that came with the product should be brought to a doctor, pharmacist, or registered pharmacy clerk for consultation.

Precautions for Storage and Handling

  1. Store closed in a cool place out of direct sunlight.
  2. Store out of the reach of children.
  3. Do not remove the contents from the original packaging and store in a different container, as this could result in Oronine H Ointment being used improperly or in its quality being altered.
  4. Do not use this product beyond the expiration date printed on the outer carton or container.
  5. Because the jar is made of glass, care should be taken to protect it from violent shocks. If the jar breaks, injury may result.

→Package insert(PDF)