Balneum Cream is used for the treatment of dry skin conditions such as dermatitis and eczema. It contains 5 percent urea and ceramide. The main ingredient of Balneum Cream is urea, which helps clear dry skin. Ceramide builds up the barrier function of the skin. This cream contains no artificial colourants, fragrances, or preservatives. It is suitable for use by people with very delicate skin.
Urea, the main ingredient of Balneum Cream helps fight dry skin in different ways. It removes the dead skin, helps stop itching, and hydrates the skin. The other ingredient of Balneum Cream, ceramide, builds up the barrier function of the skin.
Balneum Cream is effective in hydrating the dry skin, stop the itching, and removing the dead skin. It is also effective in building up the barrier function of the skin.
Use Balneum Cream as instructed by your doctor. It is important to read the patient information leaflet that comes with the product for instructions on how to apply the product.
Balneum Cream is applied to the affected area of the skin. Wash and dry your hands thoroughly before you start applying the cream on your skin. Clean and dry the area where Balneum Cream is to be applied. It will be a good idea to apply the cream after bathing in order to keep the skin moisturized.
Apply a small amount of the cream to the affected area and gently rub it.
If you are using Balneum Cream to treat a skin condition, make sure that your doctor is aware that you are using the cream.
Balneum Cream is typically applied to the dry skin twice daily, or as recommended by your doctor.
Tests have shown that even after short-term use of Balneum Cream, the dry skin stays hydrated up to four times longer than using other creams.
Dry skin conditions such as dermatitis and eczema can be greatly improved with the use of moisturizing oils. Regular use of moisturizing oils can help restore and maintain the smoothness of the skin.
Drying out of the skin increases with age and is further exacerbated by bathing with hot water and soap, resulting in the removal of the sebum from the skin surface. If you are using Balneum Cream to treat dry skin conditions, it will help if you avoid bathing in hot water and avoid the use of harsh soap. After bathing, make sure to pat the skin dry. Rubbing the skin will remove some of the moisture layers that have built up because of the use of Balneum Cream. This will result in another flare-up of eczema or dermatitis that you are treating.
As with any other medication, the use of Balneum Cream may result in some unwanted side effects. People who use Balneum Cream may or may not experience side effects.
The side effects of Balneum Cream are rare. They include itching or reddening of the skin in the area where the cream is applied. Some individuals may experience symptoms of an allergic reaction when the cream is applied. Some inactive ingredients of the cream may trigger allergic reactions in some individuals.
Stop using Balneum Cream and immediately consult with your doctor if you experience any symptoms of an allergic reaction.
The use of Balneum Cream may not be suitable for people with soya or peanut allergy. Inform your doctor if you are allergic to any of the ingredients of the cream before you start using it. Inform also your doctor if you have other allergies such as foods, drugs, and other things.
Inform your doctor of your medical conditions and all the medications you are taking before you start using Balneum Cream. Your condition could worsen, or the effectiveness of your other medications may be reduced when you use Balneum Cream at the same time.
Your doctor shall determine if Balneum Cream will interact with the other medications that you are using.
Inform your doctor if you are using any other creams to treat your skin condition. The active ingredients of Balneum Cream can cause the active ingredients of the other products to pass through your skin and cause some unwanted side effects, or worsen your condition.
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