Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment Product Information

A paraffin-free ointment option for NHS formularies

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment contains no paraffin derivatives.

 

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment has been developed to provide a non-paraffin ointment option for formularies across the country.

Main Ingredient

The main ingredient of Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment is plant derived hydrogenated Castor Oil. The Epimax formulation has been developed by UK formulaters to be similar in texture, feel and occlusiveness to Epaderm® and Epimax Ointments.

Suitable for wet wrapping

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment is particularly useful for very dry skin or as a night treatment.

Using Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment feels soft, and rubs easily into the skin. It leaves a protective barrier to seal water into the skin, leaving it feeling soft and moist.

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment contains no preservatives or fragrances or any ingredients derived from animals and is particularly suitable  for sensitive dry skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis.

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment can be used as an emollient directly on the skin, as a bath additive and as a skin cleanser in the shower or bath.

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment:-

* 100% paraffin free

* No preservatives

* No animal extracts

* No fragrances

* Similar ointment properties and texture to Epaderm and Epimax Ointments

Especially suitable for:-

• Elderly patients requiring large amounts of ointment

• Patients requiring ointment for night use

 

Price

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment 500g

     NHS price: £4.99

Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment is 24% cheaper than Epaderm® Ointment!

If you would like further information or samples of Epimax Paraffin-Free Ointment, please contact us.

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

Fire Hazard. Do not smoke or go near naked flames; clothing and Bedding with the product dried on them can catch fire easily.

Prescribing information can be found here