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Diprobase Cream is used to treat red, inflamed, damaged, dry, or chapped skin to protect raw skin areas. If you are suffering from a skin condition such as eczema, and your skin is dry, this cream can be applied to prevent your skin from drying even further.
This cream can be used as a soap substitute for cleansing and moisturising.
Diprobase Cream is low in sensitisers and irritants that may aggravate eczema. This friendly formula is free from artificial perfume, SLS, lanolin, and parabens.
How to use Diprobase Cream:
For adults and children, the cream should be applied thinly to cover the affected area completely, massaging gently and thoroughly into the skin.
Caution before using Diprobase Cream:
You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
Diprobase Cream contains:
Chlorocresol, Gelomacrogol, Cetosteayl alcohol, liquid paraffin, white soft paraffin.
I have suffered with eczema for over 30 years and this is the most effective moisturizer I have ever tried. Why is it so good? Unlike many creams, which are watery, Diprobase is creamy so it creates a thick, soothing barrier on the skin that lasts. When I get bad flare-ups I have to apply cream all over my body every 1-2 hours. Other creams absorb in five minutes and my skin feels dry again, but the effect of this cream lasts. It gives me instant relief and is one of the few creams I've tried that doesn't sting. It's like applying liquid velvet to my skin. I too was first prescribed this cream by a UK Dermatologist and since moving abroad to Mexico, where it isn't available, I have been bringing back a supply in my luggage. When I run out I get my mum to mail it to me and even that works out cheaper than buying cream here. I have tried countless fancy French creams that are recommended by dermatologists in Mexico, but none of them come close in effectiveness to this reasonably priced, no-nonsense product. It provides much needed relief during flare-ups and with regular use keeps the skin hydrated, preventing future flare-ups. I would recommend this product to anyone with dry or atopic skin, and also to anyone looking for an effective, regular moisturizer.
My GP prescribed this after yet another eczema flare up on my hands (I work in microbiology, and the constant hand washing and alcohol gel is a nightmare for dry skin). It is the single most effective moisturiser I have ever used and it has nipped flare ups in the bud. It's also cheaper than most of the lotions and creams I've tried and works wonders on my legs. Have recommended it to my colleagues.