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Morhulin Nappy Care Cream 50g

Product code: MOR4M

£2.99
(incl VAT)
Morhulin Nappy Care Cream is for the treatment of nappy rash and minor skin conditions. It contains cod-liver oil and zinc oxide, which help to remove dead skin cells from wounds and promote healing. Morhulin Nappy Care Cream is oil based and contains no water, allowing the skin to retain moisture more effectively.
  • Cream containing: Zinc oxide 38% w/w, Cod liver oil 11.4% w/w
  • Treatment of minor wounds, minor excoriations, pressure sores, varicose ulcers, eczema and nappy rash
  • Adults, elderly and children: apply thinly to a clean dressing material, sufficient to cover the affected area and an area of healthy skin beyond the affected part. The dressing should then be pressed gently onto the wound. In superficial wounds use directly onto the affected area 1-3 times a day
Please note that the image depicts old style packaging. The forumla has now been updated and is a cream not an ointment.