Coloplast Sween Cream, manufactured by Coloplast, is a vitamin enriched cream designed for soothing irritated skin.
Lotions and creams are used to soothe, protect and moisturize the skin. Common skin conditions can cause burning, itching and irritation. Left untreated these symptoms can prolong the skin discomfort and advance to more serious skin conditions. The use of a skin lotion or cream helps to provide temporary relief and protection of these symptoms.
Coloplast Sween Cream is available for SALE from Vitality Medical. This cream is enriched with the natural vitamins A and D. These vitamins can help to reduce dry, chafed or chapped skin and rebuild damaged skin tissue. Keeping skin moisturized with the right vitamins can help speed up the damaged skin healing process and provide soothing temporary relief. This product features a non-occlusive formula which allows air to circulate around the skin allowing the skin to breathe. Some types of skin moisturizing products can leave an occlusive layer which does not allow the skin to breathe. This can lead to further discomfort and irritation of the skin condition.
An additional benefit of the Coloplast Sween Cream is it's ability to not interfere with tape adhesion. This means that bandages and tape will still stick to the skin after the cream is applied. Allowing you to be able to apply your wound dressing as you want to. According to Coloplast Sween Cream is safe for neonatal use which could be useful for effectively treating diaper rash. CHG compatible and available in various sizes to fit your needs. BUY Coloplast Sween Cream from Vitality Medical today.
Coloplast Sween Cream Features and Benefits
- Enriched cream with vitamins A and D
- Will not interfere with tape and bandage adhesion
- Non-occlusive formula that allows your skin to breathe
Coloplast Sween Cream Specifications
- Various sizes available
- CHG compatible
- Coloplast Sween Cream item numbers: 0283, 7067, 7068, 7069 7664
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