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Last Update February 8, 2016
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Resinol is an incredible product! My husband had extreme eczema when we were young, and our daughters inherited his extremely sensitive skin. It was not uncommon for them to get extreme diaper rashes almost instantaneously, the kind that blistered and bled. I would put Resinol on the rash, and with the very next diaper change there would already be a huge improvement. Desitin was a complete joke; it did nothing. Thank goodness for a pharmacist friend who told me about this life saver! I have since used it on minor burns and heat rashes. The relief is almost instantaneous and the healing is much quicker than you'd expect, especially when they're in places you wouldn't think would be able to heal that quickly. Have loved this product for 18 years now!
an try? Ive been using resinol on it with no improvement. S...
" ...use on a yeast rash Im thinking my daughter has a yeast rash. We cant get into her dcotor today so what are some things I can try?... "
for my daughter. it is a burn ointment, but it is awesome...
" try resinol to get rid of diaper rash. my doctor recommened it for my daughter. it is a burn ointment, but it is awesome. you can find it... "
♥ Charlee & bean:\" I use Resinol, it's behind the pharmacy...
" ...♥ Charlee & bean:\" I use Resinol, it's behind the pharmacy counter. It seriously got rid of Boog's diaper rashes in a day. \"... "
roblem on MANY occasions. We use Resinol - you can ask the p...
" ...on MANY occasions. We use Resinol - you can ask the pharmacist for it behind the counter. She has had some REALLY horrible rashes, and this stuff usually... "
used Resinol when DS got a super bad diaper rash from his...
" We used Resinol when DS got a super bad diaper ...but it really works. We put it on DS and. He litteraly sighed with relief because it soothed the soreness right away and within 12 hours his rash was... "
Regan...I use this ointment called Resinol...you have to...
" OK, Regan...I use this ointment called Resinol...you have to ask the pharmacist for it. It's this pink cream in a white jar. A small jar of it is like $5 but it works! I buy it for everyone I know... "
gave me a product called RESINOL, this worked OVER NIGHT!...
" ...months old and recently had a rash so bad it looked ...so i called her doctor and she perscribed magic butt and this did not work. I went to my local pharmacey (kroger) and she gave me a product called... "
to worry. My sister used Resinol and said that worked...
" ...works for you? He has a rash that is very red and had one spot that was bleeding just a little bit, so now I'm starting to worry. My sister used Resinol and said that worked for her babies. Have... "
have put Resinol on it but it is only providing minor help....
" ...before surgery and only had a period with oral hormones. When ...used tampons. Pozt hysterectomy, I am having bleeding and discharge (normal issue). ...the pads that I am getting blisters. I have put... "
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Facts about Resinol
How do I obtain Resinol?Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Resinol?Ointment
What dosages are available?2-55%, 6-2-12%
IngredientsResorcinol/Calamine/Zinc Oxide/Petrolatum White/Lanolin, Resorcinol/Calamine/Zinc Oxide
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