Aqueous Cream can be used as a substitute for soap when hand washing and in the bath. Using aqueous cream instead of soap can cleanse the skin while also preventing it from drying out. Aqueous Cream can also be used as a moisturiser for dry skin conditions. However skin experts now recommend that people with eczema only use aqueous cream as a soap substitute.
- Type of Product
- Cream & Ointment
Emulsifying Wax 9% w/w, White Soft Parafin 15% w/w, Liquid Paraffin 6% w/w, Phenoxyethanol Purified water
Aqueous cream as a moisturiser you can apply it as often as needed to relieve dry skin. It can be applied to any part of the body but avoid getting it in your eyes. Smooth the cream into the skin in the direction of the hair growth. If you're using aqueous cream to wash with, use it just as you would soap or shower gel. If you're using aqueous cream in the bath or shower take care to avoid slipping, especially when getting in or out because the cream is likely to make the bath/shower more slippery than usual.