Feels. Seals. Heals.
Hydromol Ointment feels soft, and rubs easily into the skin.
It leaves a protective barrier to seal water into the skin.
Free from preservatives, it moisturises, softens and protects, for the treatment of dry skin and eczema.
Hydromol Ointment is a medical device and may be prescribed as an appliance as listed in part IXA of the Drug Tariff. It is therefore prescribable from the Nurse Prescribers' Formulary for NHS patients by nurse prescribers, community practitioners, district nurses and health visitors.
Presentation: All purpose ointment containing Cetomacrogol Emulsifying Wax, Yellow Soft Paraffin and Liquid Paraffin.
Indications: For the symptomatic management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.
Dosage and Administration: Emollient - Apply liberally and as often as required to the affected area. Bath additive - Melt Hydromol Ointment in warm water in a suitable container, add mixture to the bath. Soap substitute - Use as required when washing.
Contra-indications: Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
Warnings & Precautions: Avoid eyes. Beware of slipping in bath. Patients using large quantities of any paraffin based product such as Hydromol Ointment, should regularly change clothing or bedding impregnated with the product and keep away from naked flames as there is a fire hazard.
Side-effects: None known.
Legal Category: Class I Medical Device.
Packs and basic NHS price: 125g - £2.92, 500g - £4.96, 1kg - £8.20.
|Reporting of side effects
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 Alliance Pharmaceuticals
Date of preparation/last revised: April 2017
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