Calmoseptine® Ointment is approved by the FDA for use as a skin protectant drug.

The FDA defines a skin protectant drug product as a product that temporarily protects injured or exposed skin or mucous membrane surfaces from harmful or annoying stimuli and may provide relief to such surfaces. (FR Doc 03-13751/347.3 June 4, 2004)


The ingredients in Calmoseptine® Ointment:

Provide a physical moisture barrier, keeping feces, urine and wound drainage from intact and injured skin.
Act as a counter-irritant, and temorarily relieve discomfort and itching from rashes, eczema, insect bites, and
​   contact dermatitis such as poison ivy, oak and sumac.
Menthol has been shown to cause vasodilation. This may increase circulation to an area and aid in healing.
Mild antiseptic ingredients may help prevemt secondary bacterial and fungal infections of the skin.





Uses for Calmoseptine® Ointment Moisture Barrier Ointment:

Calmoseptine® Ointment was originally developed by a pharmacist for use as a diaper rash ointment for infants.Since its introduction 80years ago, many other uses have been found.The following list has been compiled from feedback from doctors, nurses and other health care professionals who have used Calmoseptine® Ointment.

♦ Diaper Rash in Full-Term Infants through Adults
♦ Skin Protection in Incontinent Adults 
♦ Relieves Pain and Helps Promote Healing
♦ Skin Protection around Feeding and Drainage Tube Sites
♦ Protection for Peri-wound Skin 
♦ Pain and Itch Relif in Lymphedema and Venous Stasis
    conditions - Calmoseptine® Ointment can be used under
    compression therapy 
♦ Stage 1 Pressure Ulcers
♦ Minor Burns, Cuts, Scrapes 
♦ Skin Folds, other moist areas subject to funcal infections
♦ Perianal Soreness and Dermatitis
♦ Insect Bites 
♦ Eczema and Psoriasis 
♦ Contact Dermatitis including Poison Oak and Poison Ivy 
♦ Rectal Itch; Hemorrhoids; Anal Fissures
♦ Perianal Protection with Ileoanal Reservoirs (J-pouches) 
Please read label on product packaging


An OTC product ised and recommended by Pediatricians, Family Physicians, Colorectal Surgeons,
Gastroenterologists, Podiatrists, Dermatologists, Oncologists, WOCNs, NPs, PAs, Hospitals, Clinics,
Nursing Homes, Hospices & Palliative Care Facilities, Home Care Practitioners, and Veterinarians.