Drapolene Cream helps prevent and treat nappy rash without blocking the action of one-way nappy liners or disposable nappies. It is also used for the relief and prevention of urinary dermatitis in adults, and the relief of minor burns. Nappy rash is an unpleasant condition caused by moisture in diapers and nappies, especially when left on for too long. It can cause babies’ skin to look very red and inflamed and although it’s not dangerous at all, it can be extremely distressing.
Drapolene is a specially formulated cream with a water miscible base and is specifically used for the treatment of nappy rash, and for soothing minor burns and wounds. It contains gentle yet powerful antiseptics, which treat and prevent infection while soothing and relieving tender skin. The easiest way to prevent nappy rash is to use Drapolene for every diaper change and to clean and dry the area before applying Drapolene. Drapolene Cream can also be used for the relief and prevention of urinary dermatitis in adults, and the relief of minor burns.
For nappy rash: apply to each nappy change to clean dry skin, paying particular attention to the creases and folds. For urinary dermatitis: apply regularly to clean dry skin. For minor burns: apply as required. If the skin condition does not improve, seek medical consultation.
Benzalkonium Chloride Solution. Cetrimide. White Paraffin. Cetyl Alcohol. Polawax. Chlorocresol. Amaranth (E123). Water. Lanolin.
For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of the reach and sight of young children.