Please read this carefully before use
Drapolene Cream can be used to:
Prevent and treat nappy rash in babies
Help adults with incontinence to soothe skin that's sore/may become sore due to urine on their skin (urinary dermatitis)
Treat minor burns and limited sunburn
Before you use Drapolene
Drapolene should not be used on anyone who is allergic (hypersensitive) to benzalkonium chloride, cetrimide, lanolin or any of the other ingredients.
Drapolene contains benzalkonium chloride, cetrimide, wool fat (purified lanolin), cetyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, and chlorocresol which may cause skin reactions such as contact dermatitis (a rash or itching in some cases).
How to use Drapolene
The effected are should be washed and dried thoroughly, paying particular attention to the folds of the skin.
Nappy rash - apply Drapolene evenly at each nappy change.
Urinary dermatitis - regular application is advised.
For minor burns and sunburn - apply as required.
If the skin condition does not improve or becomes worse, talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.
Possible Side-effects - Like all medicines, Drapolene can cause side effects such as skin rash or itching but these are not common. If you or your child feels ill after using Drapolene, or you notice any unusual or unexpected symptoms, tell your doctor or pharmacist straightaway.Features
Soothing effective relief from nappy rashIngredients
It contains the active substances Benzalkonium Chloride 0.01% w/w and Cetrimide 0.2% w/w, Other Ingredients: White Soft Paraffin, Wool Fat (Purified Lanolin), Cetyl Alcohol, Polawax, Chlorocresol, Amaranth (E123), and WaterNet Content
350g eProduct Marketing
Benzalkonium chloride 0.01% w/w, Cetrimide 0.2% w/wSafety Warning
For external use only
Keep out of the reach and sight of children. Do not use after the expiry date (month and year) printed above after "Exp".Storage
Store below 25 C.
Please Note: Whilst we (Doorstep Pharmacy) make every effort to ensure that all information is up to date, the information shown on this page should not replace the advice of a medical professional, and you should always refer to the patient information leaflet before taking any medication.