1. NAME OF THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT Alcoderm Cream
Dry, chafed or irritated skin - Alcoderm is indicated in any condition where the moisture content of the horny layer has decreased below the normal level and the skin is no longer soft and pliable.
a) in acute inflammatory conditions where the skin is intact, such as sunburn and windburn.
b) as a soothing, hydrating agent in certain inflammatory skin conditions where there is dryness and scaling, such as ichthyosis, atopic eczema, winter itch, etc.
Adults, children and the elderly
Apply topically to the skin as required to alleviate the symptoms of dry, chafed or irritated skin conditions or as directed by a doctor.
Route of Administration: Apply topically to the skin.
Hypersensitivity to the constituents of the preparation.
Avoid contact with eyes.
If symptoms persist consult your physician.
In the rare event of a skin reaction, treatment should be discontinued.
No Data Held
May be used during this period.
Very rarely, a mild skin irritation can occur.
Accidental ingestion is not anticipated to cause any harm to the patient.
Not relevant as the product has been in use for many years without apparent ill consequence.
Mineral Oil (Liquid Paraffin)
Isopropyl Palmitate Ph. Eur.
Sodium Lauryl Sulphate Ph. Eur.
Methylparaben Ph. Eur.
Propylparaben Ph. Eur.
Sorbitol solution (70%) Ph. Eur.
Cetyl Alcohol Ph. Eur.
Stearyl Alcohol Ph. Eur.
Sorbitan Monostearate Ph. Eur.
Spermaceti (Cetyl Esters Wax) USP/NF Silicone Fluid (Dimeticone) Ph. Eur.
Perfume (Chemoderm 6435)
Citric Acid Anhydrous Ph. Eur., or Sodium Hydroxide Ph. Eur. Purified Water Ph. Eur.
Store at room temperature.
Polyethylene plastic tube with a white polypropylene screw cap as the closure. Package sizes: 60g
Galderma (UK) Limited,
Meridien House 69-71 Clarendon Road Watford Herts
WD17 1DS UK
9. DATE OF FIRST AUTHORISATION/RENEWAL OF THE AUTHORISATION
21st January 1993