Octiset Cutaneous Solution Spray 250ml

Octiset Cutaneous Solution Spray 250ml

Non-prescription medicine indicated for disinfection of skin, wounds and mucous membranes.

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Octiset is a non-prescription, aqueous antiseptic for skin, wounds and mucous membranes. Contains octenidine which has a broad spectrum of antiseptic activity. It is effective against bacteria including chlamydia and mycoplasmas, fungi and yeasts, protozoa (trichomonas), viruses (Herpes simplex, HBV, HCV and HIV).

Active substance: 1ml of solution contains 1mg of octenidine dihydrochloride and 20mg of phenoxyethanol.

Dosage and method of administration:

The solution is intended for topical use only and should not be applied by pressing on the tissues, such as using a syringe. Unless otherwise indicated, it must be applied to the area to be treated, ensuring complete distribution of the product. Alternatively it can be sprayed on the target area. Carefully rub the area to be treated with at least 2 compresses soaked in the solution, one after the other, ensuring complete distribution of the product. Alternatively, it can also be sprayed on hard-to-reach skin surfaces. However, application with compresses is preferable. In all cases, after application, a contact time of at least 1 to 2 minutes must be verified before carrying out other procedures, such as before applying surgical dressings. It can be used to wash the oral cavity in cases where the entire oral cavity needs to be treated. To do this, 20 ml must be used over a period of 20 seconds. The product should be sprayed on the affected area morning and evening as adjuvant therapy in cases of interdigital mycosis. These procedures must be carefully followed in order to obtain the desired effect. To date, there is only experience of continuous use for up to 14 days, it should only be used for a short period of time.


Hypersensitivity to the active substances or any of the excipients. It should not be used to wash the abdominal cavity (for example intraoperatively), the bladder and the tympanic membrane.

If you have any doubts or symptoms persist, consult your doctor or pharmacist.

According to current legislation, medicines not subject to a medical prescription, in Portugal, can only be delivered in the municipalities of Maia, Gondomar, Matosinhos, Porto, Santo Tirso, Trofa, Valongo and Vila do Conde. This limitation does not apply to shipments to other Member States of the European Union.