Phytoplex Z-Guard Skin Protectant Paste by Medline is a paste used in the relief of discomfort associated with diaper rash caused by wetness, urine, and/or stool. Phytoplex Z-Guard is also useful for treating other macerated skin conditions. It is a white, petrolatum-based formulation sticks on irritated or denuded skin.
The Skin Protectant Paste is enhanced with zinc oxide, allantoin, natural oils and Phytoplex. The Phytoplex system, which also acts as the enhanced ingredient, helps mitigate negative effects of redness and dry skin by maintaining conditions for normal skin function. The Phytoplex in the skin paste also helps nourish, moisturize and soothe the skin.
This protectant paste is formulated without menthol or other analgesics that may cause burning on sensitive skin. Phytoplex paste temporarily protects and helps relieve chapped and cracked skin. Z-Guard also protects minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
Phytoplex Z-Guard Skin Protectant Paste is ideal for use in neonates, geriatrics, oncology patients or anyone else with macerated skin.
The skin protectant paste is latex compatible, and it is latex free. It is available in 2 oz, 4 oz, and .13 oz tubes (57 ml, 113 ml, and 4 ml respectively).Remedy Phytoplex Z-Guard Skin Protectant Paste Features and Benefits
- Used in relief of discomfort from diaper rash caused by wetness, urine and/or stool.
- Sticks on intact, irritated or denuded skin.
- Enhanced with zinc oxide, allantoin, natural oils, Phytoplex
- Phytoplex helps mitigate negative effects of redness, dry skin; helps nourish, moisturize, soothe skin.
- Formulated without menthol or other analgesics that may cause burning on sensitive skin.
- Temporarily protects, helps relieve chapped and cracked skin.
- Protects minor cuts, scrapes and burns.
- Ideal for use in neonates, geriatrics and for oncology patients.
- Latex compatible
- Latex free
- Available in 2 oz, 4 oz, 4 ml tubes
- Item number: MSC092542
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