If peroxide comes into the eyes, rinse it immediately with running water for at least 15 minutes and consult with an ophthalmologist.

Parts of the skin that came into contact with the product should be cleaned immediately. Remove contaminated clothing or shoes. Remove excess with cotton and wash it immediately with soap and water or rinse thoroughly under water. In some cases, this may not be enough. An intensive wash with a 5% sodium hydroxide solution in water or alcohol has proven efficient.

In case of peroxide ingestion, vomit must not be induced. Give small amounts of water and additionally small coal tablets. Ask for Polinox do Brasil's handling and first aid poster by email.