Epaderm Cream has been developed by dermatologists specifically for patients with dry skin. It was first developed and used by the Dermatology Department at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In a personal communication from one of the Consultant Dermatologists based within the Department, it states that"(Epaderm Ointment) very rarely indeed produces any adverse allergic or other reactions".
Epaderm Cream is a 2-in-1 emollient and skin cleanser for all dry skin conditions including eczema & psoriasis. It is formulated with clinically proven ingredients that help moisturise and soften the skin. It provides all of the moisturising and protective benefits of paraffin-based emollients. Its lighter consistency makes it more cosmetically appealing and suitable for daytime application. It is especially effective if applied immediately after washing to counteract the loss of essential oils from the skin.
- suitable for all ages, including babies
- it is unlikely to cause skin sensitisation
- it contains no fragrances, colourings or additives
- the pump pack is easy to use and reduces the risk of cross contamination
How should Epaderm Cream be used as an emollient?
Epaderm Cream should be applied to the skin as often as required.
How should Epaderm Cream be used as a skin cleanser?
Epaderm Cream should be used as required when washing or in the shower.
How should Epaderm Cream be stored?
Epaderm Cream should be stored below 25ºC in a dry place.
Can Epaderm Cream be used in wet and dry wrapping?
Epaderm Ointment is designed for this purpose, and should be used instead of Epaderm Cream.
Cetomacrogol Emulsifying Wax BP (30% w/w)
Yellow Soft Paraffin BP (30% w/w)
Liquid Paraffin Ph Eur (25% w/w)
Chlorocresol (5% w/w)
Glycerine (5% w/w)
Purified Water EP (5% w/w)