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Spray Treatment for Diaper Rash

August 7, 2014

Dr. Smith's rolls out patent pending HFC-free formulation.

Dr. Smith's is rollingout a touch-free spray application of its diaper rash formulation.

Dr. Smith's Diaper Rash Spray’s patent pending formulation ensures that the product clings to the skin creating a thin, even layer of protection when sprayed. It sprays on easily to create a moisture barrier to treat diaper rash and protect even the most sensitive skin from wetness. After it is sprayed onto the affected area, there's no need to rub it in.

The new spray is formulated with Honeywell Solstice Propellant, which is hydro-fluorocarbon (HFC)-free. Any overspray is minimized due to the technology of the actuator and propellant, as well as the rich consistency of the product, according to Mission Pharmacal, which owns Dr. Smith’s.

"At Mission Pharmacal, we always look to innovate and create valuable products for families," said Neill Walsdorf, Jr., president of Mission Pharmacal. "With the new Dr. Smith's Diaper Rash Spray, we are reinventing the way parents treat their baby's diaper rash with a gentle, environmentally friendly and effective alternative to a traditional topical method."

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