BOIL EASE

Last Update May 5, 2016
BOIL EASE is a skin medication.
Uses: BOIL EASE is approved for Ingrown Hair and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
Other brands: Drawing Salve
Category: Dietary supplement
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Positive 49 "Then when I got diabetes have been fighting this battle since!! ...I think over the counter it's called Boil Ease. My Dr. also gave me Nystatin Powder to help keep the area dry and it has an antibiotic... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 10 "Boil Ease is Helping Boil Ease is shrinking my HS boils, but didn't help my... "Read more negative discussions
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Okay so I have gotten boils for years! I've tried everything under the sun to pop them, get them to a head and just stop the pain and nothing had worked. I had got some boil ease and that just did nothing. Today i had gotten some prid drawing salve an let me tell you! I had a boil the size of a golf ball on my lower stomach, I put this drawing salve on it and on 2 hrs it popped all by its self !

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Facts about BOIL EASE

What does BOIL EASE treat?
Alcohol warning on BOIL EASE
There may be a negative interaction between BOIL EASE and alcohol.
How do I take BOIL EASE?
Ointment
What dosages are available?
Ointment: 5%-1.86%-0.44%
Ingredients
Benzocaine/Camphor/Ichthammol/Benzalkonium
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