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Oilatum Cream 150g

SKU : OTCOILCRM150|PIP-Code : 2803237|EAN : 5011091102950
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Oilatum Cream is an emollient used to treat eczema, dermatitis and dry skin conditions including ichthyosis.
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Oilatum Cream

Oilatum Cream 
is an emollient used to treat eczema, dermatitis and dry skin conditions including ichthyosis. Suitable for children, adults and the elderly, the fragrance free formula softens, soothes and rehydrates skin and is particularly effective when applied immediately after washing. The active ingredients are light liquid paraffin and white soft paraffin, so it is suitable for people who are allergic to lanolin.
Apply to the affected area. Use as often as required or as directed by your pharmacist or doctor. Oilatum Cream is especially effective if applied immediately after washing, to counteract the loss of essential oils from the skin.
  • Active Ingredients: Light Liquid Paraffin 6% w/w, White Soft Paraffin 15% w/w.
  • Other Ingredients: Macrogol 1000 Monostearate, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Glycerol, Potassium Sorbate, Benzyl Alcohol, Citric Acid Monohydrate, Povidone and Purified Water.
  • Avoid using the product if you are sensitive to any of the ingredients.
  • Oilatum Cream contains cetostearyl alcohol and potassium sorbate which may cause local skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis).
  • If you experience irritation or any other unwanted effects ask your doctor or pharmacist for advise.
  • Avoid using the product if you are sensitive to any of the ingredients.
  • If an adult uses this product whilst breastfeeding, wash all traces prior to feeding.
  • For external use only.
  • Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
  • Do not use the product after the expiry date.
  • Store below 25°C.
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