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Epaderm Cream for Dry Skin Conditions

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Epaderm Cream for Dry Skin Conditions

EPADERM CREAM & OINTMENT

Epaderm cream is a handy 2-in-1 emollient formula that contains ingredients which are clinically proven to moisturize and soften the skin.

This product contains paraffin-based emollients and can be used to moisturise and protects and treats against eczema, psoriasis, and other dry skin conditions. Epaderm Cream is suitable for all ages and is safe on use on babies.

For best results when using this product, apply it immediately after washing in order to counteract the loss of essential oils from the skin.

 

 

EPADERM CREAM AS AN EMOLLIENT

 

Epaderm Cream can be applied immediately after washing to counteract the loss of essential oils from the skin. It should be applied generously and frequently – even when the skin has improved.

…AND AS A CLEANSER

When caring for dry skin conditions, The National Institute for Health and Care Excellene (NICE) recommends washing with emollients  rather than detergents or soaps, as these can increase water loss from the skin. Using Epaderm Cream as a skin cleanser helps ensure that dry skin can be properly washed, without losing additional moisture.

 

 

HOW TO USE

  • When using Epaderm Cream as an emollient, apply the cream generously to the affected area and massage. Use when required.

  • When using Epaderm Cream as a cleanser, use when required and when washing or taking a bath.

 

 

INGREDIENTS

 

  • Purified Water EP.

  • Liquid Paraffin Ph. Eur.

  • Yellow Soft Paraffin BP

  • Cetomacrogol Emulsifying Wax BP (contains Cetostearyl Alcohol and Macrogol Cetostearyl Ether 22)

  • Chlorocresol

  • Glycerine BP

 

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