Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Review

Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment Review

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Samantha Somerson, PharmD.

What is Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment?

The following is a Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment review. The product was formerly sold under the name Anusol and is used by both men and women to temporarily relieve hemorrhoidal symptoms, including burning, itching, pain, and/or soreness that is often associated with anorectal disorders such as hemorrhoids. The ointment accomplishes this by forming a temporary protective coating on the surface of the inflamed tissues, thereby aiding in the prevention of dried out tissues.

Ingredients

Active Ingredients:  

  • Mineral Oil (46.6%), which has a number of uses as a medication, cleaning product, and an ingredient in many cosmetics and as a laxative.
  • Pramoxine HCl (1%) is a local anesthetic cream and topical corticosteroid that works via the reduction of skin inflammation, as well as decreasing pain in the affected area.
  • Zinc Oxide (12.5%) is used in the prevention and treatment of diaper rash, as well as for treating minor skin irritations via a skin barrier for both preventing and healing skin irritations.

Inactive Ingredients:  

  • Benzyl benzoate is an ester of benzoic acid and benzyl alcohol that is used as artificial flavor, preservative, or fragrance ingredient.
  • Calcium phosphate dibasic is often used as a diluent by the pharmaceutical industry.
  • Cocoa butter aka theobroma oil is a vegetable fat that is edible and comes from the cocoa bean. It is often used for making chocolate, as well as certain toiletries, ointments, and pharmaceuticals for its emollient qualities, as well as its cocoa flavor and aroma.
  • Glyceryl monostearate aka GMS is white, odorless, and used as an emulsifier.
  • Kaolin is a clay mineral that is used for its blood clotting promoting properties.
  • Peruvian balsam is a thick dark brown liquid that smells like vanilla and cinnamon. It is used for reducing inflammation, preventing infections, speeding wound healing, protecting the respiratory system, improving skin health, and soothing hemorrhoids.

Our extensive research showed that these ingredients have been shown to be effective in the treatment of hemorrhoids.

Dosage

The directions for applying this product for adults include applying the product to the affected area up to 5 times per day externally. In addition, consumers are directed to clean the affected area using warm water and mild soap, then rinsing thoroughly whenever practical. Then gently drying the area is recommended, using a blotting or patting motion with a soft cloth or tissue prior to application of the ointment.

Directions for Using Dispensing Cap: Attach dispensing cap to the tube, lubricating it well, then gently inserting partially into the anus. Then, squeeze the tube for delivery of the medication. Following every application, thoroughly cleanse the dispensing cap. Children Under 12 Years of Age should consult a doctor.

What is the Cost?

The cost to purchase Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment online is $10.20. The product’s pricing structure seemed to be in line with some of the similar hemorrhoid products on the market, although several brands are less expensive but lacking in some of the active ingredients compared to Tucks.

Manufacturer’s Guarantee

After extensive research, we were unable to find any evidence that Tucks offers a specific money back guarantee on this product. This is a bit disconcerting and could be off-putting to many consumers looking for a 100% money back guarantee on products that they decide to purchase.

Our Final Review of Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment

Customer reviews are mainly positive and include statements regarding efficacy and ease of application. Consumers found it helpful for relieving the discomfort and itching of hemorrhoids. However, on the other hand, the product has also been called thick like putty, making its application difficult. It also would appear that this particular product is being phased out of the Tucks line and is being replaced by Tucks Medicated Pads.

What is Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment? The following is a Tucks Hemorrhoidal Ointment review. The product was formerly sold under the name Anusol and is used by both men and women to temporarily relieve hemorrhoidal symptoms, including burning, itching, pain, and/or soreness that is often associated with anorectal disorders such as…
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Samantha graduated with a Pharm. D. from Frederic University School of Pharmacy and has worked as a licensed pharmacist for over 25 years. She is well known in her community as an accessible, knowledgeable and trustworthy medical resource. She continually raises awareness for issues that are important to her community such as the dangers of drug use during pregnancy. Additionally, she offers free training classes for everything from insulin pumps to defibrillators. Samantha has also been published numerous times in scholarly and professional journals and would like to expand that number now that her children are grown and have left the house. Samantha starts every day with a Buddhist meditation and has plans to attend a retreat in South Africa this coming year.


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