Drapolene Cream has been formulated for the prevention and treatment of nappy rash in babies. It can also be used to give relief from minor burns and wounds
There are two active ingredients found in Drapolene Antiseptic Cream, which include benzalkonium chloride and cetrimide. Both of these have disinfectant and antiseptic properties. Drapolene also includes a mixture of wool fat, white soft paraffin and cetyl alcohol. Together these combine to produce a greasy moisturising substanceDrapolene Antiseptic Cream acts upon the surface of the skin to provide a layer of oil which prevents moisture evaporating from the skin surface. Other than the aforementioned uses, Drapolene may also be used to help relieve and prevent urinary dermatitis in adults, and for the relief of minor burns..
For nappy rash: apply at 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 or worsens, seek medical consultation.
Benzalkonium Chloride Solution 0.02% w/w (equivalent to Benzalkonium Chloride 0.01% w/w). Cetrimide 0.2% w/w. White Soft Paraffin. Cetyl Alcohol. Polawax. Chlorocresol. Amaranth. Purified Water. Lanolin 2% w/w.
Suitable For adults and children.
For external use only. Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should seek medical consultation before using this cream. If symptoms persist, seek medical consultation