Cetraben Cream Pump Dispenser 500g
Cetraben Cream Pump Dispenser 500g
As the first range of eczema-prone skin care products approved by the British Skin Foundation, Cetraben Cream is a moisturizing and protective cream for the relief of symptoms such as red, inflamed, damaged, dry, or chapped skin, especially when associated with eczema.
When applied to the skin, Cetraben Cream is easily absorbed, helping to soften and protect dry, damaged, itchy skin and eczema. Its thick, white cream formula has a characteristic odour of paraffin oil and can be applied as often as needed throughout the day.
Cetraben Cream is effective for use on any condition in which dry, damaged skin is a feature, such as eczema, psoriasis, and xerosis. Its moisturizing properties work to hydrate the skin while its protective properties help to shield the skin from further damage.
Key Benefits of Cetraben Cream:
- Suitable for everyday use
- Soothing for Eczema flare-ups
- Soothes dry skin
- Locks in moisture
- Absorbs easily
- Suitable for vegans/animal cruelty-free
- SLS and Paraben free
What is Cetraben cream used for?
Cetraben cream is a moisturizer that is formulated to relieve symptoms of red, inflamed, damaged, dry, or chapped skin, especially when associated with eczema. It is a thick, white cream that contains the active ingredients White Soft Paraffin BP 13.2% w/w and Light Liquid Paraffin Ph Eur 10.5% w/w. These ingredients help seal moisture and provide a protective barrier for the skin.
How often should I use Cetraben cream?
Cetraben cream is formulated to be used as often as needed to help moisturize and relieve dry, damaged skin. It is recommended to apply the cream throughout the day to ensure that the skin stays hydrated and protected. You may need to adjust the frequency of use depending on the condition of your skin as well as changing external factors.
What are the active ingredients in Cetraben cream?
The active ingredients in Cetraben cream are White Soft Paraffin BP 13.2% w/w and Light Liquid Paraffin Ph Eur 10.5% w/w. They help to seal in moisture and provide a protective barrier for the skin.
Is Cetraben cream safe for use on children?
Cetraben cream is generally considered safe for use on children. However, it is recommended to consult with a paediatrician before using it on children, especially for young children or those with sensitive skin.
Is Cetraben cream suitable for all skin types?
Cetraben cream may be less suitable for those with oily or acne-prone skin, as it can be too greasy for those skin types.
Can Cetraben cream be used in conjunction with other skincare products?
Cetraben cream can be used in conjunction with other skincare products, but it's recommended to check with a dermatologist first, in case there may be any interactions with other products, especially with any topical medications.
Can you put Cetraben on broken skin?
If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients listed, refrain from using Cetraben. If your skin is badly cracked, infected, bleeding, or in the event of side effects, seek advice from your doctor or pharmacist before applying it. Avoid getting the product in your eyes. External use only.
Should I take Magnesium citrate in the morning or at night?
Magnesium citrate can be taken at any time of the day, but taking it before bedtime may help promote relaxation and aid in sleep. However, it is best to consult a healthcare professional for individualized advice on timing and dosage.
What is the difference between magnesium and magnesium citrate?
Magnesium is an essential mineral that the body needs for various functions, while magnesium citrate is a form of magnesium that is bound to citric acid. Magnesium citrate is commonly used as a laxative, while other forms of magnesium may be used to support heart health, bone density, and other bodily functions.
White soft paraffin 13.2% w/w, light liquid paraffin 10.5% w/w. Other ingredients: emulsifying wax (SLS free), cetostearyl alcohol, glycerol, phenoxyethanol, citric acid monohydrate, trisodium citrate dihydrate, purified water.
Usage and Instructions
Wash and dry hands before use.
Apply to dry skin areas as often as required and smooth gently into the skin following the direction of hair growth.
Children under 1 year should be treated under medical supervision.
Very rarely, mild allergic skin reactions including rash and erythema have been observed, in which case use of the product should be discontinued.