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Zincofax® Original contains 15% zinc oxide.
Zincofax® Extra-Strength contains 40% zinc oxide.
We do not add gluten to any Zincofax® products. However, we cannot guarantee the complete absence of trace elements in the raw materials.
To help treat diaper rash, apply Zincofax® at every diaper change until redness disappears.
To help prevent diaper rash, apply Zincofax® daily to create a protective barrier. (Apply at least once daily; may be applied as often as each diaper change.)
Yes. To help treat diaper rash, apply Zincofax® at every diaper change until redness disappears.
To help prevent diaper rash, apply Zincofax® at least once daily. It may be applied as often as each diaper change.
Apply a thin layer of Zincofax® on irritated skin.
Although there is no minimum age to use Zincofax®, Paladin suggests parents consult their healthcare provider for advice about treating diaper rash in a premature baby.
The lot # and the expiry date can be seen on the top of the box as well as on the bottom of the plastic container.
Zincofax® has an oily base (petrolatum, mineral oil, lanolin). Wipe off any excess Zincofax® before washing, then use a dish detergent or stain removal product intended for removing oily stains from clothing. Carefully follow the instructions of the product you are using.
To get Zincofax® off the skin, wash the area where it was applied with mild soap and water. Mineral oil may also be used to help wipe Zincofax® off the skin.
Zincofax® is available without a prescription at most pharmacies in Canada.
#1 pharmacist-recommended brand of diaper rash cream.*
Used by parents for generations.
*Pharmacy Practice + Business and Profession Santé 2021.