David Craig Aqueous Cream is an anionic base and vehicles for application of a wide range of dermatological agents, including water-soluble antiseptics (e.g. chlorhexidine gluconate).
Local anaesthetics (e.g. lignocaine hydrochloride) Insoluble medicaments (e.g. coal tar, hydrocortisone, salicylic acid etc.) Used in oil-in-water formulations. Soap alternative, emollient (prevention of dry, rough or flaking skin)
Soap alternative: To cleanse, apply the cream and gently massage in a circular motion, wash off with water. Emollient: To moisturise, apply to dry or affected areas several times a day.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.
Emulsifying Wax 9%. Also contains Paraffin - White Soft, Glycerol, Paraffin - Heavy Liquid, Phenoxyethanol, Water - Purified.