Unguentine

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Unguentine is the trademarked name of an over the counter topical antiseptic ointment produced by Lee Pharmaceuticals. It is considered effective at treating the pain of minor burns, poison ivy, poison oak, itching, minor skin wounds or insect bites.[1] The active ingredients are camphor (3%), phenol (2.5%), tannic acid (2.2%) and zinc oxide (6.6%).[2] It was originally compounded at the end of the 19th century and developed by Norwich Pharmaceuticals.

TV Ads on The Hollywood Palace in 1967[3] mention the active ingredient as Diperodon Hydrochloride[4][5]

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