Proshield Plus Skin Protectant 115g Cream

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Proshield Plus Skin Protectant 115g Cream

Key benefits

  • Helps prevent incontinence associated dermatitis and moisture lesions

  • Helps manage moisture related skin damage

  • Safe for paediatrics and neonates

  • Adheres well to moist and dry skin

  • Maintains skin integrity by protecting skin from exposure to faeces, urine and bodily fluids including sweat and perspiration

  • Moisturises and protects severely dry skin

  • Protects peri-wound skin

  • Visible sheen on skin but transparent for monitoring

  • Safe and effective

Where can PROSHIELD Plus be used?

  • Elderly patients
  • Paediatrics and neonates
  • Intact and injured skin associated with incontinence

Applying PROSHIELD Plus

PROSHIELD Plus Skin Protectant should be gently smoothed over the area of intact or injured skin; do not rub in as this may cause friction. The product will leave a visible barrier on the surface of the skin and is suitable for daily use.

Answers to frequently asked questions

  • PROSHIELD Plus Skin Protectant has a special “tacky consistency” to ensure it adheres well to moist and dry skin
  • Cleansing and reapplication of PROSHIELD should be repeated as often as necessary and in line with applicable local protocols:Check skin regularly and reapply if barrier cream is no longer visible on skin surface
    • For severe incontinence/diarrhoea, Best Practice Guidelines recommends thorough cleansing and reapplication to be carried out after each incontinent episode
  • Both products are safe and effectiveFor best results, store at room temperature below (below 25°C) in a dry place. Avoid extreme heat. Do not freeze
    • FREE FROM: Parabens, Petrolatum, latex, mineral oil, lanolin alcohol
  • Single patient use only. Once open may be used through its expiration date

*See product insert leaflet for full instructions for use.

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