Coloplast Atrac Tain Moisturizing Cream Features
- Urea and AHAs:
- The cream contains urea and alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), which help to exfoliate and hydrate the skin
- Fragrance and dye-free:
- The cream is free from fragrances and dyes, making it suitable for people with sensitive skin
- Soothing and hydrating:
- Atrac-Tain Moisturizing Cream is often used for a range of conditions that cause dry and irritated skin, such as eczema, psoriasis, diabetic skin, and radiation dermatitis
- Easy to use:
- The cream comes in a convenient tube, making it easy to apply to the affected area
- Eczema: A condition that causes the skin to become dry, itchy, and inflamed.
- Psoriasis: A chronic autoimmune condition that causes the skin to become red, scaly, and itchy.
- Diabetic skin: A condition that occurs in people with diabetes and causes the skin to become dry and cracked.
- Radiation dermatitis: A condition that occurs in people receiving radiation therapy for cancer and causes the skin to become dry, red, and itchy.
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How to use?
- Wash and dry the affected area before applying the cream.
- Squeeze a small amount of the cream onto your fingertips.
- Gently massage the cream into the affected area until it is absorbed.
- Repeat the application as often as necessary.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the active ingredients in Atrac Tain Cream?
It contains urea and alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs), which help to exfoliate and hydrate the skin
2. How often should I use it?
You can use it as often as necessary or as directed by your healthcare professional. Generally, the cream can be applied multiple times per day to the affected area.
3. Can Atrac-Tain Moisturizing Cream be used on open wounds?
No, it should not be applied to open wounds or infected areas.
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