Drapolene Cream 200g

Drapolene Cream 200g

SKU : OTCDRAP200G|PIP-Code : 2469971|EAN : 5012616171802
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Drapolene Cream is a soothing, antiseptic cream that prevents and treats nappy rash in babies.
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Drapolene Cream

Drapolene Cream is a soothing, antiseptic cream that prevents and treats nappy rash in babies. It can also be used by adults with incontinence to help soothe skin that is sore or likely to become sore because of urine on their skin (urinary dermatitis).

Additionally, Drapolene Cream can provide relief from minor burns, mild sunburn and sore skin caused by the effects of weather. 
  • The affected area should be washed and dried thoroughly.
  • Apply Drapolene Cream as required, paying particular attention to folds in the skin.
  • For nappy rash, use Drapolene Cream at each nappy change, having first cleaned and dried the nappy area.
  • For urinary dermatitis, regular use is advised.
  • For minor burns, sunburn and weather effects, apply as required.
  • Active Ingredients: Benzalkonium Chloride 0.01% w/w and Cetrimide 0.2 % w/w.
  • Other Ingredients: White Soft Paraffin, Lanolin, Cetyl Alcohol, Polawax, Chlorocresol, Amaranth (E123), Purified Water.
  • Drapolene Cream 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.
Do not use Drapolene Cream if:
  • The person is allergic (hypersensitive) to benzalkonium chloride or cetrimide or any of the other ingredients of Drapolene Cream.
Always read the product information. Click on the link below to view the Patient Information Leaflet. Requires Adobe Reader – if you cannot open the file, please click here to download.

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