Biguamine™

NON PRESCRIPTION ANTISEPTIC

Ideal for use in:

  • Hospitals.
  • Doctors rooms.
  • Schools.
  • Retirement Homes & Villages.
  • Veterinary Clinics.
  • Nursery Schools.
  • Homes.

An antiseptic non-burning wound wash gently washes dirt and grime from cuts & grazes and disinfects stings and burns.

Protects against infection of sore, broken skin.

Biguamine™ Wound Wash contains the active ingredient Quadex® and is a Biguanide/Amine mixture. A non-prescription antiseptic liquid solution for first aid treatments. Allows you to gently wash dirt and grime from cuts, grazes and to cool and disinfect stings and burns. Protects against infection by cleaning and killing harmful microbes without touching or aggravating the sore, broken skin or wound.

Biguamine™ Wound Wash will not burn or sting when it is sprayed on, making it a must-have in all first aid situations, or for wound care in hospitals, doctor’s rooms, nursery schools, retirement villages, veterinary clinics or at home for young active children and the whole family.

PROBLEM SPECIFIC EDUCATION



Gently disinfects and washes dirt and grime from cuts & grazes. Will not sting and burn. Biguamine™ Wound Wash contains the active ingredient Quadex® and is a Biguanide/Amine mixture. Allows you to gently wash dirt and grime from cuts, grazes and to cool stings and burns. Protects against infection by cleaning and killing harmful microbes without touching or aggravating the sore, broken skin or wound. Biguamine™ Wound Wash will not burn or sting when it is sprayed on, making it a must-have in all first aid situations, or for wound care in hospitals, doctor’s rooms, nursery schools, retirement villages, veterinary clinics or at home for young active children and the whole family.

NON PRESCRIPTION ANTISEPTIC

  • A must-have in your First Aid Kit.
  • Cool and disinfect stings and burns.
  • Non-prescription.
  • Protects against infection of sore, broken skin.
  • Non-burning.
  • Antiseptic wound wash.
  • Kills harmful microbes.

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