Features and Benefits:
New leave-on moisturiser which is gentle on the skin
Epimax Cream is a new emollient formulation which is light enough to allow quick penetration and moisturisation of the skin as well as being suitable for use as a substitute for soap in the bath or shower or when cleaning the skin.
Epimax Cream is non greasy and rubs in easily, leaving the skin feeling soft, smooth and supple.
Some emollients can cause skin reactions such as burning, stinging, itching and redness, particularly in children with atopic eczema. These reactions are generally not serious and have been linked to an ingredient called sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS).
Epimax Cream does not contain SLS, perfume or any other irritants and has been specifically formulated for use as a leave on emollient and as a soap substitute for people with sensitive skin. Epimax cream is suitable for all ages, including babies and can be prescribed by your Dermatologist, General Practitioner or Nurse Prescriber. It can also be bought over the counter from pharmacies.
If you are suffering from eczema, psoriasis or other dry skin condition, you can be reassured that Epimax Cream is especially gentle on sensitive skin.
It will soothe, heal and protect, returning elasticity to your skin, leaving it feeling soft, plump and hydrated.
Apply to skin as frequently as required, smoothing gently into the affected areas, or as directed by your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.
Purified Water, White Soft Paraffin, Liquid Paraffin, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Polysorbate 60 and Phenoxyethanol
You should not encounter any problem while using this product. Any undesirable effects should be reported to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. Medical advice should be sought if the product is accidentally swallowed.
If this product comes into contact with dressings, clothing or bedding the fabric can be easily ignited with a naked flame. You should keep away from fire when using this product.
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