Zinc Oxide (Nano size), Refined Olive Oil, Aloe Vera, Dexpanthenol, Simethicone,
Vitamin E acetate, Vitamin A, Chamomile Oil, Chlorocresol, Cetostearyl alcohol, Light liquid paraffin,
Glyceryl monostearate, Polyoxyethylene 40 stearate, Glycerin, Aqua
Neonates and infants:
Preventing and treating diaper rash.
minor burns, cracked skin and minor skin irritations.
Dosage and Administration
The treatment and the prevention of diaper rash is composed of three main words; Clean, Dry and Protect.
1- Excessive washing of the diaper area should be avoided as a preventive and treatment approach, Clean the baby’s skin by changing the wet diapers in the right time by checking the diaper frequently (every two hours). More frequent checks may be required in case of diarrhea and/or diaper rash. Clean the diaper area with warm water if required. Avoid further irritating damaged skin by using gentle wipe or washcloth taking in consideration
to avoid rubbing as much as possible. Hydrophil non irritant cleanser can be used to wash the diaper area more thoroughly.
2- Allow diaper area to dry before applying Zinco cream.
3- Apply a thick layer of Zinco cream at each diaper change.
4- Do not apply the baby diaper too tight, ensuring the use of a breathable diaper, Highly breathable diapers have been associated with a 38% to 50% reduction in severe irritant diaper dermatitis.
Minor burns, Cracked skin and minor skin irritations:
Apply a thin cream layer to cover the affected area and rub it gently. Repeat the process as often as needed.