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Conotrane Cream 500g

Product code: 0018002
  • General Sales List Medicine
£6.40
(incl VAT)
Antiseptic soothing cream for nappy rash, pressure sores and irritated skin

  • Conotrane Cream is used to protect the skin from moisture, irritants, chafing and contamination with bacteria or yeasts.
  • Conotrane prevents and treats nappy rash, and can also be used in the prevention of pressure sores and for other skin irritations caused by rubbing or moisture. Conotrane is a soothing and easily absorbed barrier cream containing two active ingredients; dimeticone, a highly water-repellent substance and benzelkonium chloride, an effective antiseptic
  • This cream is for external use only and should be applied to the affected area(s) several times a day as needed. For nappy rash, the cream should be applied at every nappy change. If symptoms persist for more than 14 days without improvement consult a doctor