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Dr Smith’s Adult Barrier Spray. This zinc oxide–based spray is designed to help prevent and treat incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD). The spray provides a touch-free application and less-invasive method to treat rashes associated with IAD. The product’s blend of ingredients helps to protect chafed skin from wetness and soothe irritated skin, according to the manufacturer.
▴ Information: http://www.adultbarrierspray.com
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