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rheumatism, sciatica and similar complaints.
Odour Free Lloyd’s Cream is also used for the
relief of inflammatory pain in muscles,
ligaments, joints and sprains, caused by injury
or over-use and stiffness after exercise.

Important information about Odour Free
Lloyd’s Cream
• This medicine relieves symptoms of various
rheumatic and muscular pains when applied
to the skin.
• It can be used by adults, the elderly and
children over 6 years.
Do not use….
• On children under 6 years without medical
• On cuts, abrasions or broken skin.
• If you are allergic to aspirin. See section 2.
Talk to your doctor....
• If taking medicines used to prevent blood
clotting such as warfarin. See section 2.
Now read the rest of the leaflet before you
use this medicine. It includes other
information which might be especially
important for you.
• Keep this leaflet. You may need to read it
• Ask your pharmacist if you need any more
information or advice.
• If you notice any side effects not listed in this
leaflet, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.

1. What the medicine is for
Odour Free Lloyd’s Cream is for the relief of
rheumatic pains. It can also be used for the
relief of pain and fibrositis or soft tissue

Do not use the medicine if you or
your child have….
• An allergy to any of the ingredients listed in
section 6.
• An allergy to aspirin, or medicines like
• Broken skin.
• Or on a child under 6 years old.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you

• Asthmatic.

Talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you
are taking....

• Medicines used to prevent blood clotting such
as warfarin, as the anti-clotting effects could
be increased by using Odour Free Lloyd's
• Methotrexate used to treat severe rheumatoid
arthritis or certain cancers, as using Odour
Free Lloyd's Cream could lead to toxic levels
of methotrexate in the blood.
• Any other medicine including those bought
without prescription.

Important information about some
of the ingredients

• This product contains cetostearyl alcohol
which may cause local skin reactions
(e.g. contact dermatitis).
• It also contains methyl and propyl
parahydroxybenzoates (E218) which may
cause allergic reactions (possibly delayed).

3. How to use this medicine
Apply it to the skin.

Adults, the elderly and children
over 6 years.
• Apply a small amount to the affected area and
massage until the cream is fully absorbed.
• Always try Odour Free Lloyd's Cream on a
small area of skin first.
• Always use sparingly.
• Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of
the skin.
• Repeat 2 or 3 times a day.
• Wash hands well after use.

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Lloyd’s is a trade mark of Thornton and Ross

Artwork No 528917

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This leaflet was revised in August 2014

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Thornton and Ross Ltd., Huddersfield,
HD7 5QH, UK.



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What the medicine looks like

Odour Free Lloyd’s Cream is a white cream with
a faint smell.
It is supplied in 100g jars.

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The active ingredient is: diethylamine
salicylate 10% w/w.
The other ingredients are: light liquid
paraffin, cetostearyl alcohol, stearic acid,
polysorbate 60, sorbitan monostearate,
methyl parahydroxybenzoate (E218),
propyl parahydroxybenzoate, purified water.


What is in this medicine

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6. Further information

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• Keep out of the sight and reach of children.
• Store in a cool place.
• Do not use after the expiry date shown on the
carton. The expiry date refers to the last day
of that month.
• Medicine should not be disposed of via
wastewater or household waste. Ask your
pharmacist how to dispose of any unused
medicine. These measures will help to protect
the environment.

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If you accidentally apply Odour Free Lloyd's
Cream to a large area of skin and you feel
unwell see a doctor straight away.
Use on large areas of the skin may cause too
much to be absorbed and make you feel
agitated and confused.
If you accidentally swallow some, see a doctor
straight away. Take the pack with you to show
which medicine you have swallowed.

Like all medicines, Odour Free Lloyd's Cream
can have side effects, which are usually mild,
although these don't affect everyone.
• Temporary skin reactions such as redness, a
burning sensation and rashes may occur.
• You may experience discomfort if used in hot
weather or after a hot bath or if you have
sensitive skin.
If you notice excessive skin irritation or any
other side effect not included above, stop use
and tell your doctor or pharmacist. They will tell
you what to do.
Reporting of side effects
If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor,
pharmacist or nurse. This includes any possible
side effects not listed in this leaflet. You can
also report side effects directly via the Yellow
Card Scheme at:
By reporting side effects you can help provide
more information on the safety of this

Odour Free Lloyd's Cream

If you use too much or swallow

5. Storing this medicine


• Do not use on children under 6 unless your
doctor tells you to.
If your symptoms worsen or have not improved
after 7 days of treatment, you should ask your
doctor for advice.

4. Possible side effects

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Children under 6 years


2. Before you use this

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(diethylamine salicylate 10% w/w)

Pregnant or breastfeeding….

Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before
using this medicine if you are pregnant, might
be pregnant or are breastfeeding. Odour Free
Lloyd's Cream should not be used in pregnancy
or breastfeeding unless the doctor has told you
to do so.

Data Matrix: 23018708 VERIFIED

Odour Free
Lloyd’s Cream

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