Borofax

Last Update February 25, 2016
Borofax is a skin medication.
Uses: Our data suggest that Borofax is taken for Diaper Rash and Rash, although it is not approved for these conditions. Read More
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Last Update February 25, 2016
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Positive 4 "My mom used borofax to heal sore noses when having a cold - it worked overnight ! I am still looking for it. Burroughs Wellcome used to be the... "Read more positive discussions
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| tangledupinbloo
The ORIGINAL Borofax with boric acid 5% and lanolin was the BEST diaper rash treatment ever made. My mother used it in the 50's, and I used it during the 80's. I guarded my last tube with my life, and rashioned it until it was gone. I HATE Zinc Oxide creams - they make rashes WORSE, and, short of a bath, don't wipe off easily, making diaper changes painful. I've decided to go to a compounding pharmacist and have some of the original formula made, if they will do it.

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Facts about Borofax

What does Borofax treat?
Alcohol warning on Borofax
There may be a negative interaction between Borofax and alcohol.
How do I obtain Borofax?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Borofax?
Ointment
What dosages are available?
Ointment:
Ingredients
Zinc Oxide/Petrolatum White
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