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E45 Itch Relief Cream 100g

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E45 Itch Relief Cream contains an anti-itch ingredient, lauromacrogols, which treats and soothes the itching caused by eczema, dermatitis, pruritus and scaling skin conditions

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E45 Itch Relief Cream contains an anti-itch ingredient, lauromacrogols, which treats and soothes the itching caused by eczema, dermatitis, pruritus and scaling skin conditions

Features

Urea helps your skin retain moisture to keep it hydrated. Lauromacrogols act as a topical anaesthetic for your skin, helping to relieve the itch. Treats and soothes the itching caused by eczema, dermatitis, pruritus and scaling skin conditions. Formulated with urea, a moisturiser found naturally within the skin, E45 Itch Relief Cream is non-greasy, moisturising and can soothe the skin and leave it feeling calm and comfortable. Perfume-free – dermatologically tested.

Benefits

Treats and soothes problem, dry skin conditions.

E45 Itch Relief Cream treats and soothes the itching caused by eczema, dermatitis, pruritus and other dry skin conditions. The anti-itch ingredient, lauromacrogols rapidly relieves the itching caused by these problem, dry skin conditions.

Specially formulated with urea, a moisturiser found naturally within the skin, E45 Itch Relief Cream is non-greasy, moisturising and quickly absorbed to soothe your skin leaving it feeling calm and comfortable.

Also available in 100g and 500g.

Product Specification

Active Ingredients: Urea 5.0% W/W, Lauromacrogols 3.0% W/W,Also Contains: Dimethicone, Phenyl Dimethicone, Liquid Paraffin, Cetyl Palmitate, Stearic Palmitic Acid, Octyldodecanol,Polysorbate, Carbomer, Glycerol, Benzyl Alcohol, Trometamol, Purified Water

Size (100) Unit (G) Height (18.5) Width (5) Depth (4)

Product code: 843276

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