Aquamol Emollient Cream 50g
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Aquamol Emollient Cream 50g

SKU : CHN3564135|PIP-Code : 3564135|EAN : 5011309169713
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Aquamol Emollient Cream penetrates and rehydrates skin, making it suitable for the management of mild to moderate eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.
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Aquamol Emollient Cream

Aquamol Emollient Cream
penetrates and rehydrates skin, making it suitable for the management of mild to moderate eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.

Aquamol not only rehydrates the skin, but also forms a barrier on the skin to prevent moisture loss. It also smoothes and softens the skin and helps restore the epidermal barrier.
  • Clinically proven hydrating formula.
  • Suitable for mild to moderate eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.
  • If applied immediately after washing it inhibits the loss of essential oils from the skin.
  • No colour or fragrance.
  • Suitable for adults and children over 1 year old.
Clinical trials1 showed that after 12 weeks treatment with Aquamol Emollient Cream:
  • 30% reduction in SCORAD scores
  • 21% reduction in the use of topical corticosteroids
  • 34% reduction in skin dryness
  • 30% reduction in skin itch
  • Significant reduction in sleep disturbance
Directions
Adults and children over 1 year:
  1. Apply liberally to the affected area.
  2. Smooth gently into the skin following the direction of the hair growth until the cream turns from white to colourless.
  3. Use at least twice daily at regular intervals (or more if required).
  4. Children should have 250g of emollient applied per week and adults up to 600g weekly.2

Ingredients
Purified water, white soft paraffin, liquid paraffin, cetostearyl alcohol, PPG-5-ceteth 20, disodium cocoamphodiacetate, sodium laurilsulfate, hexylene glycol, chlorocresol, citric acid monohydrates.


1. Clinical data on file at Thornton & Ross Ltd.
2. Best Practice in Emollient Therapy. A statement for healthcare professionals, Dermatological Nursing, 2007.

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