Summer is the time to get outside and go play. Keep “Oronine H Ointment” at home for cuts and scrapes. (Find out where to buy in Tokyo area)

Written by Editorial department
23 Aug 2019
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Summer is a super-fun season for a variety of outdoor activities, like mountain climbing and swimming in the ocean! However, the more outdoor activities you take part in, the more your chance of falling and hurting yourself goes up too. In addition, during a fun trip, you may need to find medicine to deal with such incidents. This article will introduce “Oronine H Ointment,” a household medicine in Japan.

Summer is the season for fun outdoor activities
Summer is the season for fun outdoor activities

Oronine H Ointment

“Oronine H Ointment” has long been a skin treatment medicine in Japanese households. It helps to relieve a variety of skin problems, including acne, skin eruption, minor cuts and burns, chapped skin, chilblains, athlete’s foot (not leaking or oozing), and more. The ointment is smooth enough to easily spread on the skin. The active ingredient of Oronine H Ointment is chlorhexidine gluconate which is widely used as an antiseptic.

Bottle Type

Bottle Type
Bottle Type
Volume
30-g bottle, 100-g bottle, or 250-g bottle
Price
See in stores for details

Tube Type

Tube Type
Tube Type
Volume
50-g tube or 11-g tube
Price
See in stores for details.

<The 50-g, Tube-Type Ointment is Easy to Use at Home or Outside!>

Oronine H Ointment is available in a variety of packaging, but the 50-g, tube-type ointment is convenient for use both at home and on the go! Here’s what makes it so easy to use.

  1. One-touch flip cap makes the tube easy to open quickly.
  2. Laminate material is lightweight, making it convenient to carry.
  3. You can dispense just the amount needed and cap the tube after use, which enables a hygienic use.
  4. Contains a plentiful 50 g. The tube-type container also helps you get out every last bit.
50-g, tube-type ointment is easy to use!
50-g, tube-type ointment is easy to use!

Use in These Situations!

Minor Cuts and Scrapes

In the case of minor cuts and scrapes, and puncture wounds, we advise cleaning the affected area before applying ointment. Oronine H Ointment disinfects the wound and prevents suppuration. We recommend always carrying a tube of Oronine H Ointment with you when you go out.

Use on Cuts and Scrapes when you Fall Down
Use on Cuts and Scrapes when you Fall Down

Acne

The first step to getting rid of acne is to keep your face clean by using an oil-removing face wash regularly. Reducing your sugar intake, having regular bowel movements, and avoiding oil-based cosmetics are helpful as well. You can also apply a small amount of Oronine H Ointment to existing pimples. If it's too sticky, just wipe the area lightly with a towel or gauze.

Pimples are caused by the excessive production of sebum in the pores.
Pimples are caused by the excessive production of sebum in the pores.

Minor Burns

Burns that turn red but do not blister are considered minor burns, which can be safely treated at home. In the case of minor burns, applying a layer of Oronine H Ointment to the burned area and covering the area with gauze can help to alleviate the condition of the skin and prevent suppuration.

Oronine H Ointment is a good option for minor burns as well.
Oronine H Ointment is a good option for minor burns as well.

In addition to the above cases, Oronine H Ointment can also be used for ailments like chapped skin during cold seasons, and athlete’s foot (not leaking or oozing).
Of course, you should consult your doctor if your symptoms do not improve, but it’s a good idea to keep a bottle of Oronine H Ointment for use at home.

<6 Recommended Stores to Purchase Oronine H Ointment Near Major Stations in Tokyo>

In Japan, most drugstores carry Oronine H Ointment, but we will be introducing some stores near major stations where you can go.

※Some of the stores below may not sell certain items introduced in this article.

[Cocokara Fine Higashi-Ikebukuro]

Address
Air Rise Tower B1, 4-5-1 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-5957-2585
Business Hours
10:00 am - 9:00 pm
URL (Japanese)
https://www.cocokarafine.co.jp/searchstore/CSsStoreDetail.jsp?storeNo=012538&storeList=1

[Cocokara Fine Ginza 4-chome Store]

Address
4-10-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-5565-6577
Business Hours
8:00 am - 11:00 pm (weekends and holidays 10:00 am - 11:00 pm)
URL (Japanese)
https://www.cocokarafine.co.jp/searchstore/CSsStoreDetail.jsp?storeNo=700070&storeList=1

[Matsumoto Kiyoshi Shinjuku East Exit]

Address
3-22-6 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-5360-4231
Business Hours
Open 24 hours (Sundays & holidays: closes at 22:00 and opens at 10:00 the following day)
URL (Japanese)
http://www.e-map.ne.jp/p/matukiyo/dtl/10000450/?&his=cb

[Matsumoto Kiyoshi Harajuku Station Omotesando Exit Store]

Address
Cross Avenue Harajuku, 1-14-25 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-5413-3066
Business Hours
10:00 am - 11:00 pm
URL (Japanese)
http://www.e-map.ne.jp/p/matukiyo/dtl/10001728/?&his=cb

[Kokumin Drug Asakusa Store]

Address
Nakaden Second Building, 1-1-10 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-5830-1593
Business Hours
9:00 am - 10:00 pm
URL (Japanese)
https://www.kokumin.co.jp/store/tokyo/kokumin_asakusa.html

[Sugi Pharmacy Nihonbashi Mitsukoshimae]

Address
Toyo Bldg. 1F, 1-5-2 Nihonbashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel
03-3242-2761
Business Hours
8:00 am - 9:00 pm(weekends and holidays 10:00 am - 8:00 pm)
URL (Japanese)
http://www.sugi-net.jp/tenpo/area/list/detail/579.html