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Na'Scent NaScent Ostomy Odor Eliminator 59ml

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SKU:
376-4735
Na'Scent NaScent Ostomy Odor Eliminator 59ml
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Targeted Design:
specifically designed to be used in colostomy, ileostomy and urostomy pouches and can also be used on stoma caps to help eliminate the odour of flatulence so you can enjoy your favourite foods and socialise without worry. 
 
Composition:
Na'Scent Ostomy Odor Eliminator is a highly oxygenated liquid that actually removes odours rather than simply masking them. The safe, non-toxic, odourless formula also kills anaerobic bacteria, enhancing hygiene. It is highly effective so only a small amount is required at each pouch change.
 
Indications:
Na'Scent Ostomy Odor Eliminator is free from harsh chemicals and deodorants.
 
Supplied By Medical Dressings Ltd a registered Medicines and Health Regulatory Agency (MHRA) wholesaler. We only supply top quality products that are used by many healthcare professionals and the NHS.
 
 
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