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Brulidine Cream is a well-respected brand for use on many different skin complaints. It is an antiseptic and antibacterial cream with many different uses as it can be used for the healing of cuts, grazes, wounds, other minor skin infections, burns, scalds, nappy rash and inflammation of the skin.
To use Brulidine:
Clean the area of skin and apply Brulidine cream 2-3 times daily.
Brulidine cream contains the active ingredient:
Dibrompropamidine Isethionate BP 0.15%.
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Great for sore bottoms!
I think this is so much better than ordinary nappy creams.
Amazing! I ordered this yesterday and then by chance saw it in my local chemist so bought some and used it straight away as although I had next day delivery, I have a job interview on Friday and I have been desperate! Had an awful rash on my chin which has been causing me issues for years - doctors thought it was rosacea and then acne and have been prescribed various topical antibiotics, metrogel, retinol cream and benzoyl peroxide - just would not heal and basically gave up trying to get it better as doctors no idea what it was and even a referral to dermatology which resulted in another prescription, did not work. Decided to go natural and used tea tree and oregano oil which made it a bit better, but never fully cured it. A day of using this and my skin is no longer itchy, spots are healing and it feels like a miracle- I have a job interview in a few days and I am thrilled that my skin may look normal by then. Decided I must have picked up some resistant bug from a hospital operation a few years ago. Why is this not available everywhere?