Absorbine

Last Update May 16, 2016
Absorbine is a skin medication.
Uses: Absorbine is approved for Itching, Athlete's Foot, Blisters, Foot Pain and Jock Itch and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Tinactin, Absorbine Jr
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Positive 72 "I love Absorbine linament, mostly for the fragrance, but most of them are the same. Recently, I tried the newest one to come out in gel form (as well as liquid). I'm at work, so I can't remember the... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 10 "As for the hoof polish, I used to just use the Absorbine black stuff (I know that doesn't help) but now I just clean off her hooves and spray with the Ultra hoof spray. It makes her feet look... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Absorbine

What does Absorbine treat?
Alcohol warning on Absorbine
There may be a negative interaction between Absorbine and alcohol.
How do I obtain Absorbine?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
Ingredients
Tolnaftate, Thymol/Menthol
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