Brulidine Cream is a well-respected brand for use on many different skin complaints. It is an antiseptic and antibacterial cream with many different uses as it can be used for the healing of cuts, grazes, wounds, other minor skin infections, burns, scalds, nappy rash and inflammation of the skin.
Brulidine cream contains the active substance dibrompropamidine isetionate. This medicine belongs to a group of medicines called antiseptics which can kill certain types of bacteria and fungi.
How to use:
- Wash your hands each time before you use the cream. Apply a pea size amount of the cream to the area to be treated, either straight onto the skin, or on a light dressing.
- Wash your hands again when you are finished, unless you are treating the hands.
- Most patients use the cream two or three times a day. There are no specific recommendations for use in the elderly and children.
- Brulidine cream contains the active ingredient:
- Dibrompropamidine Isetionate BP 0.15%.
- It also contains Castor oil- virgin, Cetostearyl alcohol, Polyethylene glycol 600 monostearate, Methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E218), silicone MS Antifoam A, purified water.
- Discontinue if skin sensitivity occurs.
- If pregnant, seek medical advice before use.
- If symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
- For external use only.
- Like all medicines, Brulidine can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them. If you experience any of the following side effects stop using the cream and contact your doctor or pharmacist immediately:
- Rash, itching or redness at or around the area being treated.
- Rash, itching or redness on your fingers and hands after using the cream.