Emolene cream contains urea and propylene glycol, which work as humectants to retain the skin’s moisture levels and keep it hydrated. It also has ultra-moisturizing properties that help prevent and treat dryness, flakiness, and itching. The cream can also heal minor skin irritations, roughness, and rash, making it useful in the treatment of very dry skin, diaper rash, rash due to synthetic clothing, and skin burns resulting from radiotherapy. Overall, Emolene cream is a potent moisturizer that helps keep the skin soft, supple, and nourished.
Emolene cream is an external use moisturizer used to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations such as diaper rash or skin burns from radiation therapy. It contains propylene glycol and should only be used externally. If you miss a dose, apply it as soon as you remember or skip it if it’s time for the next scheduled dose. Do not use a double dose to make up for the missed one. Side effects may include burning or itching sensation and skin irritation. Contact your doctor if you use too much Emolene or experience any unusual symptoms. Keep the medicine out of reach of children and do not use it after the expiry date. Store at room temperature between 15-25ºC.