Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500g
- Effective Treatment For Dry Skin Conditions
- Protects And Moisturises Skin
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Zeroguent Emollient Cream is a rich cream that protects and hydrates dry scaly skin. Suitable as a pre-bathing emollient. Zeroguent Emollient Cream is used as a barrier and moisturiser for the symptomatic treatment of dry skin conditions such as dermatitis, icthyosis, eczema, etc.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream
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Zeroguent Emollient Cream
Zeroguent Emollient Cream is a rich cream and wash that contains soya bean oil for protecting and hydrating dry scaly skin. It also offers symptomatic relief of dermatitis, ichthyosis, eczema, nappy rash, protection of dry skin areas, pruritus. Zeroguent Emollient Cream forms a protective film which moisturises, soothes, softens and rehydrates the skin.
- Zeroguent Emollient Cream has been specifically developed to treat eczema and other related dry skin conditions.
- Contain soya bean oil
- Suitable as a leave-on and pre-bathing emollient
Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500g
While using Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500g for dry itchy skin conditions, there are other things you can do at home to help improve the condition of your skin. Some of these include:
- Moisturising the skin at least twice daily.
- Pat or tap the skin instead of scratching it.
- Hold something in place over the skin, like a damp towel.
- Have a cool or warm bath/shower.
- Use unperfumed moisturiser or emollient regularly on the affected skin, such as Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500g.
- Keep your nails clean, short and smooth.
- Try to use products that are for sensitive skin.
If you have found that using Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500g isn’t helping your skin condition, you will need to speak to a GP. A GP may prescribe creams, lotions, or tablets, depending on what is causing the itching. This will likely be a prescription-only-medicine rather than an over-the-counter cream such as Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500g.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500 G
Compared to different variations of emollients, Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500 G is very good for daytime use as they’re not as greasy as an ointment, and is absorbed quicker.
There are plenty of other different types of emollients available if Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500 G isn’t appropriate for your current condition. Typically, the majority of emollients can be purchased over-the-counter from a pharmacy without the need for a prescription.
- This type of emollient is thin and is great for hairy or damaged areas of the skin. People with dry skin will want to try another emollient type as lotions aren’t usually moisturising.
- Very moisturising, thick and greasy, ointments are great for very dry, thickened skin. Great for sensitive skin because they are usually preservative free, but shouldn’t be used on weeping eczema.
- Sprays are great for areas of skin that are hard-to-reach or that are sore or infected that can’t be touched.
- Soap substitutes
- Soap, shampoos and shower gels that are generally bought off of supermarket shelves will usually dry out the skin and cause eczema and other skin conditions to worsen. Using an emollient soap substitute can help improve the health of your skin.
If it turns out Zeroguent Emollient Cream 500 G doesn’t work that great for you, there are other options available that may be more suitable for your condition.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream 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 a nappy rash; however, all babies can get a nappy rash.
If your baby ever experiences a nappy rash, you can generally treat it yourself using a barrier cream such as Zeroguent Emollient Cream 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 baby’s 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 the above tips are followed. Zeroguent Emollient Cream Nappy Rash will help speed up the healing and recovery of the skin.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream For Eczema
Atopic eczema is the most common form of eczema, a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, dry and cracked. When using Zeroguent Emollient Cream For Eczema its purpose is to help reduce the dryness of the skin.
Eczema is usually a chronic condition, although it can improve significantly over time, or even clear completely. Zeroguent Emollient Cream For Eczema is just one of the many emollients that can be used to treat eczema and other dry skin conditions. There are different strengths and types of treatments including:
- Very mild (hydrocortisone)
- Moderate (Betamethasone valerate and clobetasone butyrate)
- Strong (a higher dose of Betamethasone valerate and betamethasone diproprionate)
- Very strong (clobetasol proprionate and diflucortolone valterate)
Zeroguent Emollient Cream Dermatitis
Another of the skin conditions Zeroguent Emollient Cream Dermatitis treats is dermatitis.
Dermatitis is another name for a type of inflammation of the skin. Typically, you may see doctors called eczema a type of dermatitis, and also called dermatitis a type of eczema. This is because they are both the same thing and are just two different words.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream Dermatitis can be used to treat a form of dermatitis called contact dermatitis. You may occasionally see it referred to as contact eczema. This is a type of eczema that occurs when the skin comes into contact with allergies or irritants.
Dermatitis is also a general term that describes a broad range of common skin irritations. It has a lot of causes and forms, but will usually involve itchy, dry skin.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream Instructions
Please follow the below Zeroguent Emollient Cream Instructions or the ones listed in the patient information leaflet to achieve the best results. If you have any trouble following the Zeroguent Emollient Cream Instructions, please speak to a doctor or pharmacist for further guidance.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream should be used as a barrier and moisturiser for the symptomatic relief of dermatitis, ichthyosis, eczema, nappy rash, protection of dry skin areas, pruritus and related skin conditions. It can be used as a pre-bathing emollient or as an alternative to soap to alleviate drying effects.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream Instructions:
- Adults, the elderly and children
- A thin application of the cream should be gently massaged into the skin three times daily or at appropriate intervals. When used as a protective barrier cream, Zeroguent should be applied sparingly to the affected areas of the skin before immediately after exposure to a potentially harmful factor.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream Ingredients
Zeroguent Emollient Cream Ingredients contains two active ingredients called liquid paraffin and white soft paraffin.
The liquid paraffin is a softening agent (a substance that soothes and softens the skin). It works by avoiding water loss from the outer coating of the skin. This reduces dryness and leaves the skin hydrated and soft.
White paraffin provides a layer of oil on the surface of the skin and avoids water evaporation from the surface of the skin and helps keep the skin moist.
Other Zeroguent Emollient Cream Ingredients include: Soya bean oil, Glyceryl monostearate 40-55, Cetostearyl alcohol, Propylene glycol, Colloidal anhydrous silica, Sorbic acid, Polysorbate, Purified water, Hydrochloric acid.
Zeroguent Emollient Cream PIL
Every purchase of Zeroguent will or should include a Zeroguent Emollient Cream PIL (Patient information leaflet). Patient information leaflets contain 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 Zeroguent Emollient Cream PIL (Patient information leaflet) you can download and print one off one for yourself by checking the manufacturers website, in this case it would be Zeroderma.
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Zeroguent Emollient Cream is available to purchase over-the-counter from a majority of large supermarkets and pharmacies across the UK.
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The Fisherman’s Friend Price here at My Pharmacy starts off at as little as £0.79 per packet. If you can find Zeroguent Emollient Cream cheap elsewhere, you should always make sure you obtain it from a registered and trusted pharmacy.
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Zeroguent Emollient Cream Alternative
Zeroguent Emollient Cream is one of many different creams and ointments we have available at My Pharmacy. Before changing emollients, you should consult with your doctor and try to find the best Zeroguent Emollient Cream alternative for you and your dry skin condition.
You may want to consider some of the following as a Zeroguent Emollient Cream alternative:
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