Soothe and Cool INZO Barrier Cream with 5% Dimethicone and Zinc Oxide, manufactured by Medline, is a cream designed to prevent moisture from contacting the skin.
This barrier cream leaves a non-greasy, invisible moisture barrier giving it the "INZO" name. This barrier helps to prevent moisture from coming in contact with the skin. This makes this product ideal for use on ostomy sites as well as peri wound skin. Patients with incontinence or an ostomy experience prolonged moisture on the skin. This moisture can cause the skin condition, maceration. Macerated skin is when the skin has been in contact with moisture for such an extended time that it breaks down and cracks. This condition can be very painful and difficult to clean on a daily basis. An excellent remedy to this condition is the use of a barrier cream like this product.
Soothe & Cool INZO Barrier Cream allows the skin to breathe without being occlusive. Allowing the skin to breathe can speed up the healing process and improve the skin's condition. This product is designed with a non-petrolatum formula that will not obstruct brief pores and conditions the skin. This is accomplished with the enhanced formula containing vitamins A, D and E as well as zinc oxide. This product has an additional benefit of being ideal for use under tape. This allows you to freely use the cream and still have the ability to apply tape or other adhesives as needed.
Product Features and Benefits
- Invisible non greasy formula
- Can be used under tape
- Enhanced with vitamins and zinc oxide
- Allows skin to breathe without obstructing pores
- Product size: 4 oz tube
- Active ingredient: 5% Dimethicone
- No added dyes or perfumes
- INZO Barrier Cream item number: MSC095420
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Product QuestionsWhat is this product good for and what is it use forQuestion by: genny on Jun 28, 2017 2:42:00 AMThis product provides a barrier for the skin that prevents moisture from penetrating through the dermal layers. Works for incontinence or persons who have issues with excessive moisture.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 28, 2017 8:57:00 AM