Features and Benefits:
ExCetra is designed to help you manage problematic, dry and eczema-prone skin
ExCetra’s special blend of ingredients helps people manage dry and eczema-prone skin. Its unique and balanced formulation helps to treat dry and eczema-prone skin by re-hydrating and protecting it from irritants.
ExCetra cream contains:
The exact balance of these three ingredients results in previously eczematous and dry skin becoming softer, plumper and smoother with improved skin elasticity.
Suitable for sufferers of all ages, ExCetra helps to relieve discomfort, reduces the itch and the need to scratch it.
ExCetra in the shower or bath
Ordinary soaps and shower gels contain fragrances and detergents and other potential irritants that may make your condition worse – in fact ordinary soaps and detergents are among the most frequent triggers of atopic eczema.
ExCetra Cream can be used as a non-foaming soap substitute which cleanses, softens and moisturises dry skin. It also helps prevent skin drying and restores its natural protective function.
How to use
Apply to the skin as frequently as required, smoothing gently into the affected areas, or as directed by your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.
How to use ExCetra as a Wash
Apply ExCetra to wet or dry skin before every wash, bath or shower, just as you would apply a liquid soap or shower gel. Rinse off and pat dry with a soft towel, avoiding rubbing. You should still be able to feel the product very lightly on the skin even after drying
ExCetra can be used with other emollients and/or prescribed treatments to treat dry skin conditions.
White Soft Paraffin, Light Liquid Paraffin, Purified Water, Glycerol, Cetostearyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Trisodium Citrate Dihydrate, Citric Acid Monohydrate, Emulsifying Wax (SLS free).
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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