Acriflex Antiseptic Burns Cream 30g - Caidr
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Acriflex Antiseptic Burns Cream 30g

Acriflex Antiseptic Burns Cream 30g

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Product summary

Acriflex burn cream can be used to prevent infection and can be used for minor burns and scalds, minor scratches, cuts, abrasions, sunburn blisters and cracked skin.

It can be used by adults, the elderly and children.

How to use

Please note: If you have a burn please follow basic first aid advice by running it under cold water for 10 minutes, this will help to reduce the damage to the skin layers.

Apply gently onto the affected area(s) as required. Cover with a dressing afterwards if necessary.

For external use only.

Ingredients

  • Active ingredients: Chlorhexidine gluconate 20% solution 1.25% v/w.
  • Other ingredients: Arlatone 983 S, cetostearyl, alcohol, liquid paraffin, dimeticone 20, glycerol, quinoline yellow lake (E104) and purified water.

Warnings or Restrictions

  • For external use only.
  • Keep away from eyes and mouth.
  • Please consult your pharmacist or doctor before using this medicine if you are currently pregnant, likely to get pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Please consult your pharmacist or doctor if you are currently taking any other medicines as this may cause an interaction.
  • If you think you may be allergic to any of the ingredients contained in this medicine, please seek medical advice before using it.
  • If you have any questions after you have bought this medication, please speak to your pharmacist.