Menthoderm Cream 2% Pump 500g
Menthoderm Cream 2% Pump 500g
Menthoderm is a skin cream that contains menthol and can be applied to reduce itching associated with dry, prickly, heated or irritated skin. It can provide a cooling and soothing sensation to the affected area, making it an effective solution for those struggling with itchy skin.
- Cooling relief for itchy skin
- Manage hot flushes in menopause
- Soothes sun-scorched skin
- Relieve itchy skin during pregnancy
- Cool down heated skin after exercise
What symptoms or conditions can be treated with this Menthoderm?
Menthoderm Cream is a versatile solution for various skin issues. It can be used to cool and soothe itchy, prickly, dry, and irritated skin caused by summer heat or skin conditions such as Obstetric Cholestasis during pregnancy. Additionally, it is a great solution to manage hot flushes associated with menopause and to cool down heated skin after sports activities. Menthol's cooling properties make it a popular choice for people looking to soothe their skin.
What is the active ingredient and how does it work?
The active ingredient in Menthoderm is Menthol, a natural organic compound extracted from different types of mint, such as peppermint, corn mint or eucalyptus. At concentrations of 1-3%, Menthol is commonly used to provide a cooling and soothing sensation when applied to the skin, which can help to reduce irritating itch associated with a variety of conditions including itchy skin, hot flushes, sunburn, obstetric cholestasis during pregnancy, and heated, dry, and itchy skin during and after sports activities.
How can Menthoderm be used to manage hot flushes during menopause?
Menthol is commonly used by women to manage hot flushes associated with menopause. Menthoderm Cream is an easy-to-use cream that can help to cool and soothe these unwanted hot flushes, providing relief from the overwhelming sensation they can cause.
How can Menthoderm help treat sun-scorched skin?
After spending too much time in the sun, the skin can become irritated and heated. Applying Menthoderm to the affected area can provide a cooling and soothing sensation, making it an ideal solution for those experiencing sun-scorched skin.
How can Menthoderm help with itchy skin during pregnancy?
Many women suffer from itchy skin during pregnancy, and menthol is a popular solution for relieving this itch. Menthoderm can be an effective and fabulous solution for those experiencing Obstetric Cholestasis, or the itch associated with stretch marks. Whether it's a pot, pump, or tube, Menthoderm can provide the necessary relief to make your pregnancy as comfortable as it can be.
What is menthol?
Menthol is an organic compound with many health benefits and a history that goes back almost 250 years. It can be extracted from different types of mint and is commonly used to provide a cooling sensation to help reduce irritating itch. Menthol can create a cooling, soothing sensation when applied to the skin, making it an effective solution for managing hot flushes, sun-scorched skin, itchy skin during pregnancy, and heated skin during sports activities.
Aqua (Water), Petrolatum, Cetearyl Alcohol, Paraffinum Liquidum, Cereath-20, Phenoxyethanol, Menthol, Undecylenic Acid.
Usage and Instructions
Apply to clean dry skin as often as required. Should only be used on infants below 2 years under the direction of a clinician.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
Do not use on broken or damaged skin.
Avoid contact with eyes. In the event of contact with eyes, rinse with water and immediately seek medical advice.
In the unlikely event of rash or irritation, discontinue use.
Young children should not be allowed to apply this product unsupervised.
Do not apply to the face, nose, upper lip or mouth area of infants or young children.
Seek medical advice if the product is accidentally swallowed.
Do not induce vomiting.
Do not use after expiry date.
Store below 25°C
Do not smoke or go near naked flames while applying this product as there is a risk it might ignite and cause severe burns.
Fabric (clothing, bedding, dressings etc) that has been in contact with this product burns more easily and is a serious fire hazard.
Washing clothing and bedding may reduce product build-up but not totally remove it.