Epimax Oatmeal Cream

This information is intended for Healthcare Professionals

 

58% less expensive than Aveeno® Cream!

49% less expensive than Zeroveen®!

Epimax Oatmeal’s blend of ingredients includes colloidal oatmeal to help people manage their dry and eczema-prone skin. Its balanced formulation helps to treat dry and eczema-prone skin by re-hydrating and protecting it from irritants.

Epimax Oatmeal Cream contains:

  • Isopropyl Palmitate & Liquid Paraffin – to smooth, soften and moisturise dry skin
  • White Soft Paraffin – to form a protective barrier on the skin surface
  • Glycerin – to retain moisture in the skin and improve skin softness
  • Colloidal Oatmeal –  to provide a protective barrier against irritants

The exact balance of the Epimax Oatmeal Cream ingredients results in previously eczematous and dry skin becoming softer, plumper and smoother with improved skin elasticity.

Suitable for sufferers of all ages, Epimax Oatmeal Cream helps to relieve discomfort, reduces the itch and the need to scratch it. Convenient to use, Epimax Oatmeal Cream’s recyclable Flexi-dispenserTM allows for easy and accurately measured applications throughout the day.

Epimax Oatmeal Cream:

Up to 54% Cost Saving with Epimax Oatmeal Cream!1

Epimax Oatmeal Cream
Aveeno Cream
Zeroveen Cream
Isopropyl Palmitate
Glycerin
Allantoin
Dimethicone
White Soft Paraffin/paraffin
Liquid Paraffin
Avena Sativa Kernel Flour
Aqua/Purified Water
Preservatives/stabilisers
Viscosity agents/emulsifiers
Price/500g £2.99 £6.47 £5.89

 

Epimax Oatmeal Cream is available in the following presentations:

   Epimax Oatmeal Cream 100g                                                     Epimax Oatmeal Cream 500g
                                            
        

            NHS Price £1.99                                                                    NHS Price £2.99

                
If you would like further information or samples of Epimax Oatmeal Cream, please contact us.

References: 1) NHS UK Drug Tariff August 2019

Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard.
Adverse events should also be reported to Aspire Pharma Ltd on 01730 231148.
For more information about the DermatoLogical range please see the abbreviated prescribing information.