Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream 25g
- Effective Treatment For Nappy Rash
- Transparent - Doesn't Stain Clothes
- Glides Easily To Avoid Pulling Baby's Skin
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Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream’s active ingredient, Dibrompropamidine isetionate 0.15% w/w, has antiseptic and antibacterial properties that can kill certain types of bacteria and fungi to help heal and soothe inflamed skin.
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Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream
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Sudosalve contains the active substance dibrompropamidine isethionate. This medicine belongs to a group of medicines called antiseptics which can kill certain types of bacteria and fungi. Sudosalve is used to treat nappy rash.
It can also be used to treat cuts, grazes, minor burns and other minor skin infections and outer ear infections.
Sudosalve Cream helps to heal and soothe broken and inflamed skin. It contains both antibacterial and antiseptic properties. Certain types of bacteria and fungi are killed when coming into contact with Sudosalve Cream. This helps prevent any secondary infections from occurring.
To help further avoid irritation and discomfort, the light, transparent formulation glides easily on broken skin.
Benefits of Sudosalve Cream –
- Transparent on application, doesn’t discolour clothes
- Glides easily to avoid pulling baby’s skin
- Only needs to be applied 2-3 times per day
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Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream
Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream contains an antiseptic. Antiseptics are chemicals that are applied to skin, reducing the number of microorganism living on the surface, in wounds, and mucous membranes.
There is a list of different antiseptics, each having their own effectiveness, uses and potential side effects. You may have often noticed healthcare workers apply it before carrying out medical procedures.
Each of the different types can have different uses, some will be fine to use at home whilst others are meant for clinical or hospital settings. Common types of antiseptics include:
- Antibacterial dye
- Peroxide and permanganate
- Quinolone derivative
The active ingredient in Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream is known as an antiseptic and disinfectant. It’s often used in eye drops and ointment for the treatment of minor eye and eyelid infections.
Sudosalve Cream Nappy Rash
Before using Sudosalve Cream Nappy Rash, you should be aware of the following information.
Do not use Sudosalve Cream Nappy Rash
If you or your baby are allergic to dibrompropamidine or any of the other ingredients in this cream. You can find the ingredients listed on the packaging.
Warning and precautions
Do not use Sudosalve Cream Nappy Rash for more than a few days at a time, as long term use can interfere with healing. The cream should not be used for long periods on children.
If you do not see any improvement or if the symptoms worsen after a few days, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Please tell your doctor or pharmacist if you or your bay have experienced allergies to creams or ointments in the past.
Other medicines and Sudosalve Cream Nappy Rash
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if your baby is talking, has recently taken or might take any other medicines. There are no known interactions with other medications.
Sudosalve Cream For Nappy Rash
Up to a third of all babies and toddlers in nappies will experience nappy rash at one time or another. New-borns 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 cream such as Sudosalve Cream For Nappy Rash. 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. Sudosalve Cream For Nappy Rash will further help speed up the healing and recovery of the skin.
Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream 25g
Like with all medication, Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream 25g has possible side effects, but not everyone will get them. If any of the following Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream 25g side effects occur stop using this cream and contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately:
- Rash, itching or redness at or around the area being treated.
- Rash, itching or redness on your fingers and hands after using the cream.
If you experience any Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream 25g side effects not listed in the patient information leaflet, please report them directly via the UKs Yellow Card Scheme.
Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream Patient Information Leaflet
Every purchase of Sudosalve cream will include a Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream Patient Information Leaflet. This contains everything you need to know about the medication, including what it is, the ingredients it contains, possible side effects and how to use it.
If for some reason your purchase doesn’t include a Sudosalve Nappy Rash Cream Patient Information Leaflet you can download and print one off one for yourself by going to the manufacturer’s website.
Sudosalve Cream Instructions
Always follow the Sudosalve Cream Instructions given to you by your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. If you’re not sure, check with your doctor or nurse.
Before application always make sure to wash your hands. Apply a pea size amount of the cream onto the skin area that needs treatment. Wash your hands again once you’re finished. Use the cream two or three times a day.
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Sudosalve Vs Sudafed
Not to be confused, Sudosalve vs Sudafed couldn’t be further apart in their uses. Sudosalve is an antiseptic and disinfectant cream intended for nappy rash, whilst Sudafed is a brand of decongestants intended for clearing the nasal and sinus cavities.
Anytime you are confused about different medication brands and names, speak to your doctor or pharmacist for further clarification. These two medications, Sudosalve vs Sudafed, should not be confused.
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