Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream 350g

£8.09

  • Effective Treatment For Nappy Rash
  • Soothes And Reduces Redness
  • Prevents Infection
  • Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy

Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream has a unique effective antiseptic forumlation that prevents infection, treats the rash, soothes redness and forms a protective barrier.

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Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream

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Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream

Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream contains benzalkonium chloride and cetrimide in a soothing cream. These ingredients are antiseptics that help prevent bacteria from growing. Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream is primarily used to prevent and treat nappy rash in babies.

Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream can also be used for adults with incontinence to help soothe skin that is sore or likely to become sore because of urine on their skin (urinary dermatitis).

Drapolene cream can also be used to give relief from minor burns, mild sunburn and sore skin caused by the effects of weather.

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Up to a third of all babies and toddlers in nappies will experience nappy rash at one time or another. Newborns won’t typically develop nappy rash, however all babies can get nappy rash.

If your baby ever experiences nappy rash you can generally treat it yourself using a barrier cream such as Drapolene. If the rash isn’t really causing your baby to be upset, a thin layer most of the time you change their nappies should help protect and heal the skin.

To help prevent future nappy rash outbreaks, the following advice should help 99% of the time:

  • Change nappies that are wet or dirty as soon as possible.
  • Wiping from back to front, clean the whole nappy area gently and thoroughly.
  • Bath and wash your baby daily but try to avoid overdoing it. Any more than twice a day will be too much and dry out their skin.
  • Avoid vigorous rubbing when drying them.
  • Allow fresh air to get to your babies skin as often as you can by lying them down on a towel and leaving their nappy off.
  • Avoid using lotions, bubble bath, or soap.

Nappy rash will usually clear up within 3 days if these tips are followed. Drapolene cream will further help speed up the healing and recovery of the skin.

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Do not use Drapolene Cream if:

  • The person is allergic to benzalkonium chloride or cetrimide or any of the other ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.

Taking other medicines

Drapolene Cream does not interfere with other medications

Important information about some of the Drapolene Cream Ingredients

Drapolene Cream for nappy rash contains benzalkonium chloride, cetyl alcohol, lanolin and chlorocresol. These are known irritants that may cause skin reactions such as rash, redness or itching in some cases.

Drapolene Cream For Nappy Rash

In order to use Drapolene Cream for nappy rash correctly please follow the below instructions or the instructions listed in the patient information leaflet.

The affected area should be washed and dried thoroughly. Apply Drapolene Cream for nappy rash as required, paying particular attention to folds in the skin.

For nappy rash, use Drapolene Cream at each nappy change, having first clean and dried the nappy area.

For urinary dermatitis, regular use is advised.

For minor burns, sunburn and weather effects, apply as required.

If the skin condition does not improve or becomes worse, speak to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.

Missing an application:

Use the cream as soon as you remember, for example at the next nappy change.

If too much cream is used:

Using too much cream will not cause harm. If the cream is accidently eaten, tell your doctor or go to the nearest A&E department or hospital.

Drapolene Cream For Acne

Using Drapolene Cream for acne isn’t advised and is generally considered harmful to the skin which further irritates the acne. Because Drapolene creates a protective barrier over the skin, essentially like a piece of cellophane, the skin completely closes its pores. Meaning you’re more than likely putting a barrier over infected/inflamed skin and making it worse.

Don’t always follow online trends from beauty bloggers and unqualified “skin specialists” that can be found in blogs and videos. Seek proper medical advice from qualified professionals. Using Drapolene Cream for acne will more than likely make it worse.

Drapolene Cream Ingredients

Each of the follow Drapolene Cream Ingredients are included in every purchase of this medication. Drapolene Cream is a smooth pink cream that comes in a 100g tube, or in a 200g or 250g tub.

Active Drapolene Cream Ingredients:

Benzalkonium chloride (0.01% w/w) and cetrimide (0.2% w/w)

Other Drapolene Cream Ingredients:

White soft paraffin, lanolin, cetyl alcohol, polawax, chlorocresol, amaranth (E123), purified water.

Drapolene 100g

Drapolene 100g is the smaller tubed version of Drapolene 200g and 350g. Whilst the 200g and 350g versions are stored in a tub, the Drapolene 100g variant is stored in an easy to carry tube.

My Pharmacy currently doesn’t stock Drapolene 100g. If you have any enquiries about the different sizes of Drapolene and would like to suggest that we should sell Drapolene 100g, please contact out customer support service.

Drapolene 200g

Drapolene 200g is also unavailable to purchase from My Pharmacy. Any time a product is unavailable such as Drapolene 200g, you can get into contact with our customer support team and enquire about different sizes/brands.

Depending on how long you intend to use Drapolene 200g, you may want to opt for a bigger amount should you ever need it in the future for unforeseen circumstances.

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Our team will also be able to advise on any alternative treatments should any Drapolene Nappy Rash Cream Review cause you to look for a Drapolene alternative.

Drapolene Alternative

My Pharmacy has a wide variety of different nappy rash medications available for sale. Are you looking for a Drapolene alternative? Click here to see our full nappy rash range.

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Drapolene Cream Generic Name

Drapolene Cream Generic Name is called Benzalkonium Chloride and can be found in many other nappy rash creams and ointments. It’s commonly used as an antimicrobial preservative.

Like with all medication Drapolene Cream Generic Name (Benzalkonium) can cause side effects such as skin rash or redness, but they aren’t common.

If you or your child feels ill after using Drapolene Cream Generic Name (Benzalkonium), or you notice any unusual or unexpected symptoms, tell your doctor or pharmacist straight away.

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