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Lloyd’s Cream is an odour-free and non-reddening cream, containing Diethylamine Salicylate, which offers an excellent, alternative for those who wish to avoid the smell of a traditional rub and the sensation of hot skin.
How does it work?
Lloyd's Cream contains the active ingredient diethylamine salicylate, which is a derivative of salicylic acid.
Diethylamine salicylate has anti-inflammatory and painkilling actions. It is a counter-irritant, and when applied to the skin, produces heat.
This treatment has a direct pain relieving and anti-inflammatory effect. This preparation is used to relieve muscle and joint pain in a variety of conditions.
What is it used for?
Directions for the use of Lloyds Cream:
Precaution before using Llyods Cream:
Do not use Lloyd's Cream
This product contains cetostearyl alcohol which may cause local skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis) and methyl and propyl parahydroxybenzoates which may cause allergic reactions (possibly delayed).
You should carefully read all product packaging and labels prior to use
Lloyds Cream and Side Effect Issues:
There are no known side effects associated with the use of this product. If you notice any unwanted effects, stop using the cream and tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Lloyd's Cream contains:
Diethylamine salicylate 10% w/w, technical white oil, cetostearyl alcohol, stearic acid, polysorbate 60, sorbitan monostearate, methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E2 18), propyl parahydroxybenzoate (E2 16).