How to use Dettol Liquid: For application to the skin. Wound cleansing: Wash the affected area with two and a half teaspoons (12.5ml) of Dettol liquid diluted in 1/2 pint (1/4 litre) water. Cover with dry gauze or lint. Personal hygiene/douching: When medically advised: Two teaspoons (10mls) in 2 pints (1L) water. Dandruff: One tablespoon in 1pt (1/2 L) warm water. Pour over scalp. Leave for 10 mins before shampooing. Spots and pimples: One tablespoon (15ml) in 1/2 pt (1/4 L) of warm water. Bathe affected area daily. If contact is made with the eyes, wash them thoroughly with cold water. If swallowed, wash out mouth and drink plenty of water or milk. In both cases, consult a doctor and take this bottle with you.
Possible side effects: If you have any side effects after using this product, talk to a pharmacist.
For first aid, medical & personal hygiene usesIngredients
Dettol Liquid contains Chloroxylenol 4.8% w/v as the active substance and Pine Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol and Caustic Soda Solution, Also contains Castor Oil which may cause skin reactionsNet Content
500ml eProduct Marketing
Chloroxylenol 4.8% w/v
Dettol Liquid is an effective concentrated antiseptic solution that kills bacteria and protects against the germs which can cause infection and illness. It can be used for antiseptic cleansing of minor wounds causes by cuts, bites, grazes, insect stings; for dandruff, spots and pimples and if medically advised, for personal hygiene.Safety Warning
Do not use Dettol Liquid
On eczema or similar dry skin conditions
If you are allergic to chloroxylenol or any of the other ingredients
After the expiry date printed on the bottle
Do not use undiluted
Do not swallow
Not recommended for use around cats
Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.