De La Cruz: First Aid Antiseptic Merthiolate, 1 Oz

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De La Cruz: First Aid Antiseptic Merthiolate, 1 Oz

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  • Mercury-free


Model No.: 324286153411
Walmart No.: 000209723


Do not use if seal on cap is broken or removed.

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Rated 5 out of 5★ by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Works almost as well as REAL merthiolate Like many, I miss the real merthiolate (and mercurochrome) that healed great but were removed from the US market because they contained mercury.The DeLaCruz product is red like the old merthiolate, stings like the old merthiolate, and most importantly, helps heal like the old merthiolate.The active ingredient shown is benzalkonium chloride .13%, same as the Humco product.But the Humco merthiolate might as well be water, as it has no apparent benefits.If you want something that works, buy this DeLaCruz product. 03/15/2014
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