Ego Soov Antiseptic Pain Relief Cream 50g

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General Sale

Style number: 200018

Brand:
Ego
Gender:
Adult
Health Conditions:
Antiseptic
Health Conditions:
First Aid
Ego Soov Antiseptic Pain Relief Cream 50g

    NZD$10.90

    gst NZD$1.42

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    Description

    Ideal for cuts and grazes, SOOV Cream relieves pain and contains antiseptics to prevent infection.

    The soft cream base also makes it easy to apply to tender and sore skin.

    General-purpose antiseptic cream can be used for..
    * cuts
    * grazes
    * minor burns
    * scalds
    * sunburn
    * Itching due to haemorrhoids

    Contains lignocaine to provide fast, soothing pain relief.
    Free of lanolin and parabens to avoid secondary sensitivity reactions.
    Suitable for children and adults.

    Directions

    Clean the affected area and apply SOOV CREAM 2-4 times daily.

    For minor burns, apply cold water first.
    For minor abrasions, clean the area first, then apply SOOV Cream

    Always keep wound clean.

    Seek medical advice for the treatment of more serious burns.

    Ingredients

    Lignocaine hydrochloride 1.0%, phenoxyisopropanol 1.0%, cetrimide 1.0% and chlorhexidine gluconate 0.2%.

    Warnings

    Avoid eyes. Do not swallow. If irritation occurs, discontinue use. For external use only.

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    Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label carefully and use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects please consult your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.