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Suthol Antiseptic Skin Liquid

The antiseptic liquid that protects skin and solves skin problems.

Use Suthol Antiseptic skin liquid instead of Powders

Being liquid Suthol penetrates deep within skin carrying its healing and protective ingredients to provide you with the best protection and relief against skin problems.

Summer uses of Suthol

Summer Heat brings with it many skin problems- Prickly Heat, Rashes, itches, skin irritations. Suthol antiseptic skin liquid provides the best relief from all these skin troubles. Go through the Ingredient details of Suthol and see how each component in Suthol has been carefully selected to help your skin remain fresh and trouble- free during summer.

 
Suthol helps to avert Monsoon skin hazards

Due to the warm, damp and humid climate during Monsoon; vector-borne, fungal, allergies and parasitic skin infections become very common. The worst hit are the children who are very vulnerable to such skin infections.

During monsoon, stepping out becomes a huge problem as your child's feet are exposed to filth and mud all the time, thereby making the feet one of the easiest targets for infections.

Here are the 6 basic tips to help your child enjoy the monsoons without the related skin hazards !

  • Keep your child's skin dry. Change wet clothes as soon as possible.
  • Washing your child immediately upon return from school and after playing with the safe and effective Suthol antiseptic skin liquid is crucial. This simple precaution will go a long way in eliminating the ill-effects of any contact with infected material including skin to skin contact and contact with contaminated water.
  • Ensure that your child's nails are kept trimmed and short during the monsoon season. Long nails attract muck and bacteria thereby leading to fungal infection.
  • Make your child wear cotton clothes during daytime. Drinking 8-10 glasses of pure, filtered water daily to avoid dehydration, is a must, say the skin experts.
  • Your child needs to wear open and simple footwear like slippers and filp flops which lets the feet breathe.
  • Make it a point to wash your child's feet with clean water mixed with Suthol antiseptic skin liquid on returning home. Suthol's effective antiseptic ingredients of Chlorhexidine, Cetrimide and Neem ensure that your child is kept safe from foot infections. Your child must never stay in wet socks for long and always wear clean pairs of socks. Change wet shoes instantly.
Other Important uses of Suthol
  • Suthol helps to disinfect & cure cuts and wounds.
  • In case of minor burns, immediately wash the affected skin with Suthol directly. Do not put water. You will find the burning sensation to subside within short time and the skin get cured without boils.
  • Use Suthol as an antiseptic after shave. It takes care of the minor cuts and leaves on a refreshing feel.
  • Suthol also helps in reducing insect bite irritations.
How to Use Suthol
How to use Suthol
  • Spray Suthol liberally on the body, after water bath.
  • Apply Suthol as many times as needed on the skin irritations, itches and rashes, regularly for at least a week. You will find the problems to be subsiding.
  • In case of cuts/wounds or skin affected over a concentrated area, it helps if you wet a cotton patch liberally with Suthol, place it on the affected skin and put a clean gauge on top fixing the entire dressing with a tape. Change this dressing twice a day, definitely after bath. Do not let the dressing get wet externally.
  • Suthol has a preventive effect on skin rashes. For prickly heat prone or pimple prone skin, go on applying Suthol on the area as a preventive measure. You will find that eruptions will be absent or much less frequent than usual.
Ingredients of Suthol

Suthol antiseptic skin liquid contains Cetrimide, Chlorhexidine Gluconate, Neem, Turmeric and Marigold.

Cetrimide

  • Cetrimide is a quatemary ammonium disinfectant and cationic surfactant. It dissociates in aqueous solution into a relatively large and complex cation and a small anion.
  • It has bactericidal activity against Gram positive and at a higher concentration, against some Gram negative organisms.
  • Solutions containing 1 to 3% cetrimide are used as shampoos to remove scales in seborrhea of the scalp (dandruff problem). Aqueous solutens containing 0.1 to 1% have been used for treatment of wounds and burns, for pre-operative cleansing of skin and for removal of scabs and crusts in skin disease.

Chlorhexidine Gluconate

  • Chlorhexidine is an antiseptic that is active against Gram positive and Gram negative organisms.
  • It disrupts the plasma membrane of the bacterial cell, and the bacterial cellular contents are lost.
  • Chlorhexidinesolutions leave a residue on the skin which gives a persistent anti bacterial effect lasting 1 or 2 days.
  • Its actions are not affected by blood, pus or soap.

Turmeric

  • Turmeric prevents rashes, infections, itching and redness of skin.
  • Turmeric is also known for its natural antiseptic, antifungal property and healing qualities.
  • It helps in speeding up wound healing and assists in restoring damaged skin.
  • Turmeric helps to relieve insect bite irritations as well as otherrelated skin conditions.
  • Turmeric when used regularly cleanses the skin and keeps the skin fresh.

Neem

  • Aqueous extract of Neem leaf prevents rashes and itching.
  • Neem is effective against skin infections.
  • Antimicrobial effects of neem leaf protects and heals skin.

Marigold or Genda flower (Tagetes Erecta)

  • Marigold Flower extract prevents skin infections and rashes.
Suthol Jingle

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