Epaderm 3 in 1 relief for dry skin conditions.
Emollient,bath additive and skin cleanser.
Epaderm has been specially developed by dermatologists for treating dry skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.
You can use it every day - just like an ordinary skin balm - but it's also a highly effective 3-in-1 emollient.
This means you can use it as a skin moisturiser, skin cleanser or bath additive.
It can also be used with specially designed Tubifast Bandages if you decide to try wet, dry or patch wrapping.
Specially formulated from clinically proven ingredients, Epaderm contains no additives, fragrances or colourings, and works by deeply moisturing and softening skin, easing discomfort and leaving it feeling fresh and looking good.
You can be confident about using Epaderm as it is safe for use on babies and young children.
The Benefits Of Epaderme
Epaderm is a pale yellow ointment containing two active ingredients, Emulsifying Wax and Yellow Soft Paraffin.
It also contains Liquid Paraffin.
Epaderm’s unique formulation contains no fragrances, colourings or additives.
Epaderm provides a film barrier which aids moisture retention within the skin.
It is highly versatile – Epaderm can be used on the skin, in the bath or as a skin cleanser.
It therefore offers the three stages of atopic eczema treatment, as suggested for complete emollient therapy.
Developed by doctors at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne specifically for eczema sufferers, Epaderm can be used on a wide range of dry skin conditions and is ideal for use in wrapping.
Convenient 125g, 500g and 1kg tubs are available in hospitals, on Drug Tariff and can be prescribed by nurses.
Application GuideTo ensure sufficient skin rehydration, the following is intended as a guide to the amounts required per application for adults and amounts to a weekly total of 672 grams. Application should be at least twice per day.When emollients are applied to the whole body, it has been suggested that adults require at least 500g/week and children require at least 250g/week of emollient being used.Children will require at least 250g per week.