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DRAPOLENE CREAM

Active substance(s): BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION / CETRIMIDE / BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION / CETRIMIDE / BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION / CETRIMIDE

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Drapolene is a registered trade mark.
DRA0020/220611v2.
Carton revision date: June 2015.
CT00327A / CT1246P

F304749-36

Antiseptic

DRAPOLENE
Cream

100 g

SOOTHING EFFECTIVE RELIEF
FROM NAPPY RASH

Cream

DRAPOLENE

Antiseptic

DRAPOLENE

®

Cream
SOOTHING EFFECTIVE RELIEF
FROM NAPPY RASH

100 g

Antiseptic

DRAPOLENE
Cream
SOOTHING EFFECTIVE RELIEF
FROM NAPPY RASH

100 g

Cream

Marketing Authorisation Holder:
Ravira Limited,
Markou Botsari 3,
3040,
Limassol,
Cyprus.
PL 44543/0001

SOOTHING EFFECTIVE RELIEF
FROM NAPPY RASH

DRAPOLENE Cream is a pink, non-greasy emollient cream containing:
Benzalkonium chloride solution 0.02% w/w (equivalent to
Benzalkonium chloride 0.01% w/w), Cetrimide 0.2% w/w. Also
contains: White soft paraffin, cetyl alcohol, polawax, chlorocresol,
amaranth, purified water. Contains lanolin 2% w/w.

KEEP OUT OF REACH AND SIGHT OF CHILDREN

DRAPOLENE

DIRECTIONS FOR USE Apply at each nappy change to clean dry
skin, paying particular attention to the creases and folds.
•Urinary Dermatitis - Apply regularly to clean dry skin.
•Minor burns - Apply as required. • If the skin condition does not
improve or worsens, consult a health professional.
Please read the enclosed leaflet.

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Store below 25°C.

Antiseptic

USES Helps prevent and treat nappy rash without blocking the action
of one-way nappy liners or disposable nappies. Also for the relief and
prevention of urinary dermatitis in adults, and the relief of minor burns.

Antiseptic
F304750-20

DRAPOLENE

®

Cream
SOOTHING EFFECTIVE RELIEF
FROM NAPPY RASH

USES Helps prevent and treat nappy rash without blocking the action
of one-way nappy liners or disposable nappies. Also for the relief and
prevention of urinary dermatitis in adults, and the relief of minor burns.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE Apply at each nappy change to clean dry
skin, paying particular attention to the creases and folds.
•Urinary Dermatitis - Apply regularly to clean dry skin •Minor burns Apply as required. •If the skin condition does not improve or worsens,
consult a health professional.
Please read the leaflet.
DRAPOLENE Cream is a pink, non-greasy emollient cream containing:
Benzalkonium chloride solution 0.02% w/w (equivalent to
Benzalkonium chloride 0.01% w/w), Cetrimide 0.2% w/w. Also
contains: White soft paraffin, cetyl alcohol, polawax, chlorocresol,
amaranth and purified water. Contains lanolin 2% w/w.

100 g

FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
KEEP OUT OF REACH AND SIGHT OF CHILDREN
Store below 25°C.
Marketing Authorisation Holder:
Ravira Limited,
Markou Botsari 3,
3040, Limassol, Cyprus
PL 44543/0001
Drapolene is a registered trade mark.
DRA0020/220611v2.
Label revision date: June 2015.

LB00327A / TB0938P

PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Drapolene Cream can be used to:
• prevent and treat nappy rash in babies
• help adults with incontinence to soothe skin that’s sore/may become sore due to urine on
their skin (urinary dermatitis)
• treat minor burns and limited sunburn
Before you use Drapolene
• Drapolene should not be used on anyone who is allergic (hypersensitive) to benzalkonium
chloride, cetrimide, lanolin or any of the other ingredients.
• Drapolene contains benzalkonium chloride, cetrimide, wool fat (purified lanolin), cetyl
alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, and chlorocresol which may cause skin reactions such as
contact dermatitis (a rash or itching in some cases).
How to use Drapolene
• The effected area should be washed and dried thoroughly, paying particular attention to the
folds of the skin.
• Nappy rash - apply Drapolene evenly at each nappy change.
• Urinary dermatitis - regular application is advised.
• For minor burns and sunburn - apply as required.
If the skin condition does not improve or becomes worse, talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.

Soothing Effective Relief
from Nappy Rash

DRAPOLENE
Cream

®

Possible Side-effects - Like all medicines, Drapolene can
cause side effects such as skin rash or itching but these are
not common. If you or your child feels ill after using Drapolene,
or you notice any unusual or unexpected symptoms, tell your
doctor or pharmacist straightaway.
Storing Drapolene Cream - Store below 25°C. Keep out of
the reach and sight of children. Do not use after the expiry
date (month and year) printed above after “Exp”.
Further Information - Drapolene is a smooth pink cream. It
contains the active substances benzalkonium chloride 0.01%
w/w and cetrimide 0.2% w/w. Other ingredients: white soft
paraffin, wool fat (purified lanolin), cetyl alcohol, polawax,
chlorocresol, amaranth (E123), and water.
Marketing Authorisation Holders - Ravira Limited, Markou
Botsari 3, 3040, Limassol, Cyprus.
Manufacturer - Laleham Health and Beauty Limited, Sycamore
Park, Alton, Hampshire, GU34 2PR, UK.
PL 44543/0001

Benzalkonium chloride 0.01% w/w, Cetrimide 0.2% w/w

LB01368A / LB3923P

Label revision date: June 2015.

Lot
Exp.

350 g
Use by date: Do not use after the expiry
F304753-37
date on the label.

PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY BEFORE USE
FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

Drapolene Cream can be used to:
• prevent and treat nappy rash in babies
• help adults with incontinence to soothe skin that’s sore/may
become sore due to urine on their skin (urinary dermatitis)
• treat minor burns and limited sunburn
Before you use Drapolene
• Drapolene should not be used on anyone who is allergic
(hypersensitive) to benzalkonium chloride, cetrimide, lanolin
or any of the other ingredients.
• Drapolene contains benzalkonium chloride, cetrimide, wool
fat (purified lanolin), cetyl alcohol, cetostearyl alcohol, and
chlorocresol which may cause skin reactions such as
contact dermatitis (a rash or itching in some cases).
How to use Drapolene
• The effected area should be washed and dried thoroughly,
paying particular attention to the folds of the skin.
• Nappy rash - apply Drapolene evenly at each nappy change.
• Urinary dermatitis - regular application is advised.
• For minor burns and sunburn - apply as required.
If the skin condition does not improve or becomes worse,
talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.

Possible Side-effects - Like all Lot
medicines, Drapolene can cause side
effects such as skin rash or itching
but these are not common. If you or Exp.
your child feels ill after using Drapolene, or you notice any unusual or
unexpected symptoms, tell your doctor or pharmacist straightaway.
®
Storing Drapolene Cream - Store below 25°C. Keep out of the
reach and sight of children. Do not use after the expiry date
(month and year) printed above after “Exp”.
Further Information - Drapolene is a smooth pink cream. It contains
the active substances benzalkonium chloride 0.01% w/w and
cetrimide 0.2% w/w. Other ingredients: white soft paraffin, wool fat
(purified lanolin), cetyl alcohol, polawax, chlorocresol, amaranth
(E123), and water.
Benzalkonium chloride 0.01% w/w, Cetrimide 0.2% w/w Marketing Authorisation Holders - Ravira Limited, Markou
Soothing Effective Relief
Botsari 3, 3040, Limassol, Cyprus.
Manufacturer - Laleham Health and
from Nappy Rash
Beauty Limited, Sycamore Park,
Alton, Hampshire, GU34 2PR, UK.

Cream

200 g

DRA0021/220611v2. PL 44543/0001.
LB00379A / LB3922P
Label revision date: June 2015.

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Source: Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

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