Product Details For anal or vaginal discomfort. Soothing relief for men + women. Use as often as needed. Dr. recommended over 30 years. Balneol is the perfect remedy for a private matter. For more than 30 years, physicians have recommended Balneol soothing lotion to cleanse and relieve discomfort of areas down there. Use as often as you like. Does not thin the skin. Does not sting. Keep a bottle of Balneol handy in every bathroom for those times when you need a gentle cleansing lotion. Questions or comments? Call toll-free 1-800-319-9863 weekdays or visit www.balneol.com. Cleanses: Silky lotion that allows gentle cleansing without the dry tug of plain toilet paper. Soothes: Gentle enough for the most sensitive areas. Thorough: Cleanses fecal residue or discharge without water. Refreshing: Moisturizes without leaving a greasy residue.
Directions Use Balneol During Bouts of Diarrhea: Use Balneol cleansing lotion on toilet paper during frequent trips to the bathroom to keep irritation of the sensitive anal area to a minimum. The protective coating helps keep the skin clean and soothed. Use as often as you like. Use Balneol During Pregnancy: Safe for use during pregnancy, Balneol keeps you fresh and more comfortable as your body changes and grows. Use Balneol to cleanse the vaginal area of extra discharge or the perianal area before applying medicated hemorrhoid treatment. Use Balneol Post-Partum: For discomfort after a vaginal delivery, especially when an episiotomy is performed, use Balneol hygienic lotion to gently cleanse the vaginal tissue as it heals. (Plus it's gentle enough to use on your baby's bottom). Apply Balneol to toilet paper and wipe. To cleans after a bowel movement: Squeeze Balneol lotion onto toilet paper and wipe the area. Safe to use between bowel movements and at bedtime for additional comfort. For Feminine Cleansing: Apply Balneol lotion to a clean tissue and gently wipe and pat the external vaginal area. Safe to repeat as often as necessary.
Warnings For external use only. Caution: In all cases of rectal bleeding, consult a physician promptly. If irritation persists or increases, discontinue use and consult a physician. Keep this and all medications out of the reach of children.