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HealthE Urea Cream 10% 100g Used to encourage rehydration of dry, rough, scaly skin conditions such as eczema, ichthyosis and hyperkeratosis by increasing the ability of the epidermis to absorb water. Apply to clean, dry skin. Gently massage into the affected areas 1-3 times daily or as directed by your doctor. Frequency of use may reduce as the condition improves.
The active ingredients of this Cream 10% 100 g includes 40% of Urea, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Carbomer, Emulsifying Wax, Glycerin, Neopentyl Glycol Dicaprylate or Dicaprate, Isopropyl Myristate, Sodium Hydroxide, Tridecyl Trimelliate, Tridecyl Stearate, Xanthan Gum and purified water.
The product has to be shaken quite vigorously before its usage. Direct application to the affected areas, mainly the nails and the skin is preferred. The dosage can be once, twice, or thrice a day as directed by the physician. The cream should be rubbed until it gets absorbed. It is recommended that the patients wash their hands after applying it. Regular dosage overcome time, as directed by the physician will yield the best results.
One should be aware of allergies before using the HealthE Urea Cream 10% 100 g. Usually, this cream does make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, so one should be careful. Even tanning and spending too much time outside exposed to sunlight may cause redness of the skin, or in worse conditions, blisters. Stains and discoloration of clothes can happen, and pregnant women should only use this when needed.
It is noted that a lot of people who use the HealthE Urea Cream 10% 100 g suffer from allergies. Therefore, it is frequently asked why doctors prescribe this. The answer is very simple. It has been seen that the benefits acquired from using it are far more valuable than the temporary allergic reactions caused. On severe allergic reactions, visiting a doctor is recommended. Other than that, patients should not be worried about a little itching or redness of the skin.
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