- Denatured alcohol, typically perfumed, used as an antiseptic or in massage
- lotion consisting of a poisonous solution of isopropyl alcohol or denatured ethanol alcohol for external use
- The occurrence of inflamed or infected sebaceous glands in the skin; in particular, a condition characterized by red pimples on the face, prevalent chiefly among teenagers
- Acne is a general term used for eruptive disease of the skin.
- (ACNES) The abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome (ACNES) consists of pain caused by entrapment of the abdominal segmental nerves within the rectus abdominis muscle. Intercostal neuralgia appears to be a restricted form of ACNES.
- an inflammatory disease involving the sebaceous glands of the skin; characterized by papules or pustules or comedones
does rubbing alcohol help acne - Alcohol Antiseptic
Alcohol Antiseptic Wipes Individually Wrapped Great for Wound Cleaning
These professional-grade wipes are effective against gram positive and gram negative bacteria, fungi and yeast. In addition to the antiseptic properties, these wipes provide the friction necessary for the removal of debris and soil from hands. An important function that non-wipe alcohol-based hand rubs cannot accomplish. These wipes have a gel-based formula containing 65.9% ethyl alcohol by volume. Demonstrated 99.99% effective. Emollient-enriched to retain moisture in skin. Dye-free and fragrance-free. Alcohol wipes have many different uses, for example when you go to get a blood test or an injection, have you ever noticed the nurse first wiping your skin with a wet piece of cotton or cloth? Well, the wet and cold feeling is because of the alcohol, which is a very effective agent used to kill bacteria and prevent infection. Alcohol wipes, are also known as anti-microbial strips or anti-microbial rubs or wipes, which come in various shapes and sizes depending on the need. Some alcohol wipes are large, like kerchiefs, to wipe hands and other larger body parts whereas some others are smaller, like cotton balls used to wipe needles, thermometers, syringes and smaller body parts like finger tips, nails etc.
Klinik Rubbing Alcohol
I found this lurking in the back of my bathroom 'linin closet'. My mother doesn't remember where she bought it at. Got to be over 50 years old. View large size to read the label.
Wintergreen Rubbing Alcohol
my grandmother used to mix this with aloe vera and gods knows what else to make a cure for ant bites. It would stop the itch immediately.