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Keep the carton as it contains important information about Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment.
How to use
Use daily at every nappy chance on clean dry skin, using clean dry hands. Apply a pea size amount to the skin, gently spreading the barrier ointment evenly to form a thin protective layer. Keep the tube nozzle clean of residue product to ensure the cap can be closed tightly.
A barrier ointment used on your baby's skin at every nappy change can form part of a healthy skincare routine.
Protection from nappy rash
Fragrance and lanolin free
For every nappy change
A gentle formulation that is suitable for most skin types
Titanium Dioxide, White Soft Paraffin, Light Liquid Paraffin, DimeticoneNet Content
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Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment cares for delicate skin by forming a barrier to help protect against the external irritants that can cause nappy rash.
A unique formulation that helps seal in the skin's natural moisture, keeping the skin soft, smooth and supple.
It contains no colours, fragrance or lanolin so can be used daily and at every nappy change.
Before you use Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment
Do not use if you or your child:
Have an allergy to any of the ingredients listed.
Have broken, badly cracked, infected or bleeding skin.
Seek advice from your doctor or pharmacist in these cases.
Possible side effects
Rarely, mild skin irritation may occur. If you notice this or any other side effect from using the ointment, stop use and tell your doctor or pharmacist. They will tell you what to do.
Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment contains titanium dioxide, which may stain dark fabrics white.
Avoid contact with the eyes.
For external use only. If accidentally swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this carton.
Keep out of the reach and sight of children.Storage
Store below 25 C in a cool dry place.
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.