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Category Descriptions

Topical Antiseptics
Topical antiseptics are antimicrobial agents that kill, inhibit or reduce the number of microorganisms and are essential for wound healing and skin disinfection. Wound healing is a complex process, with many potential factors that can delay or complicate healing. Bacterial infection is one of the most dangerous complications once the skin barrier is destroyed.
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Surgical Antiseptics
Surgical antiseptics are essential for Infection Control. Pre-operative skin antisepsis is performed to reduce the risk of post-operative wound infections by removing soil and transient organisms from the skin. The effectiveness of pre-operative skin preparation is dependent on the antiseptic used. Antiseptic formulations act at various rates and persistence intervals thus limiting the type and number of microorganisms transferred into the wound during surgery.
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Oral Antiseptic
For the treatment of minor oral infections such as mouth ulcers and gingivitis, and in the maintenance of oral hygiene.
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Disinfectants
An agent that frees from infection; especially a chemical that destroys vegetative forms of harmful microorganisms (as bacteria and fungi) especially on inanimate objects but that may be less effective in destroying spores.
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Skin Emollients
A variety of ointments, creams and lotions formulated to soften the skin and correct dryness, scaling and mild forms of eczema and dermatitis. Protective agents are key ingredients that act as a lubricant or barrier to help maintain the soft, smooth, and pliable appearance of the skin.
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Sunscreen
Contains a natural insect repellent made from a blend of essential oils that will help to repel mosquitos, sand flies and other annoying, biting disease carrying insects. This sunscreen formulation has been dermatologically tested to the AS/NZS Standard 2604:2012 and is suitable for all skin types.
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Extemporaneous
An extemporaneous preparation is defined as “medicines prepared or compounded in a pharmacy according to a prescription”. Glycerol is an example of an extemporaneous compound.
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