Personal Care Baby Fresh Scent Petroleum Jelly Nursery Jelly Skin Protectant | Personal Care Baby Fresh Scent Petroleum Jelly Nursery Jelly Skin Protectant

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Active Ingredients                                                                Purpose

White Petroleum 99.90 percent...........................................Skin Protectant

Use: helps treat and prevent diaper rash

Helps seal out wetness

Warnings:  For external use only

Do not apply over deep puncture wounds, infections or lacerations

If redness or swelling develops, consult a physician promptly

Keep out of reach of children

If swallowed get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away

Avoid contact with eyes

Personal Care Products, Inc.

Bingham Farms, MI 48025-2463

Made in China

Directions: Apply liberally to clean, dry diaper area.

Inactive ingredients: Fragrance


Personal Care Products, Inc

Active Ingredients


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