Presentations: Cream - a thick
white cream containing white soft paraffin 13.2% w/w and light liquid
paraffin 10.5% w/w. Bath Additive-
clear liquid containing light liquid paraffin 82.8% w/w.
Indications: symptomatic relief
of red, inflamed, damaged, dry or chapped skin, especially when
associated with endogenous or exogenous eczema.
Cream - apply to dry skin areas as
required and rub in. Bath additive - Adults:
one/two capfuls to a warm water bath; children: add half/one capful to
a warm water bath. Shower: apply to wet skin lightly with a wet
hypersensitivity to any of the
Special warnings and precautions:
care should be taken if allergy to any of the ingredients is
suspected. Care should be exercised when entering or leaving the bath.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Side-effects: (Refer to the Smpc
for full list) very rarely mild skin reactions have been seen
including rash and erythema, in which case the product should be
numbers: Cetraben Emollient
Cream: PL 17320/0001.Cetraben Emollient
Additive PL 17320/0002.
Market Authorisation Holder:
Pharma Health Care Ltd, Russell Bedford House, City Forum, 250 City
Road, London Ec1V 2QQ, United Kingdom. Legal category: GSL.
Basic NHS prices: Cream-50g pump
dispenser £1.40, 150g pump dispenser £ 3.98, 500g pump dispenser
£5.99, 1050g pump dispenser £11.62. Oil - 500ml container £5.75.
Further information from
: Medical Information, Genus Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Park View House, 65
London Road, Newbury, Berkshire, RG14 1JN. Cetraben is a registered
Date of Preparation: August 2010