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OILATUM PLUS

Active substance(s): BENZALKONIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTION / PARAFFIN LIGHT LIQUID / TRICLOSAN

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500 ml Label
Front

Oilatum® Junior Flare-up
light liquid paraffin
benzalkonium chloride
triclosan
Antiseptic bath
emollient for the
topical treatment
of eczema
Stiefel Logo

Back
Bath Additive
Please read the information on the outer carton before using this
product.
DIRECTIONS
Always dilute with water before use.
For adults, elderly and children over 2 years:
In an 8 inch (20 cm) bath, add 2 capfuls (20 ml).
In a 4 inch (10 cm) bath, add 1 capful (10 ml).
Infants over 6 months:
Add 1 ml (just enough to cover the bottom of the cap) to the bath water and mix
well. Not recommended for babies less than 6 months.
Soak the affected areas of skin for 10 – 15 minutes. Gently pat dry.
Oilatum Junior Flare-up is an effective cleanser and should not be used
with soap.
If you accidentally swallow the undiluted product it can cause an upset stomach,
sickness and may burn and damage your throat. Contact your doctor for advice if
you feel unwell.
CAUTION
Do not use Oilatum Junior Flare-up if you have previously had a skin reaction or
allergy (hypersensitivity) to any of the ingredients (listed below).
Oilatum Junior Flare-up contains benzalkonium chloride, which is an irritant and
may cause skin reactions.
Oilatum Junior Flare-up can make your bath slippery so be careful when getting
into or out of the bath.
For external use only
Keep out of the reach and sight of children
Active ingredients (w/w basis): light liquid paraffin 52.5%, benzalkonium
chloride 6.0%, triclosan 2.0%.
Other ingredients: acetylated lanolin alcohols, isopropyl palmitate, oleyl alcohol
and macrogol lauryl ether.
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Oilatum Junior Flare-up does not contain perfume or colouring.
GlaxoSmithKline UK Limited
Trading as Stiefel, Stockley Park West, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB11 1BT, UK
PL 19494/0060 MA 300/01004
Oilatum is a trademark
© 2012 Stiefel Laboratories, Inc
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500 ml

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Oilatum Junior Flare-up 500ml Carton
500 ml Carton label/leaflet

Front of carton

Oilatum® Junior Flare-up
light liquid paraffin
benzalkonium chloride
triclosan
Antiseptic bath
emollient for the
topical treatment
of eczema
Stiefel Logo
(Oilatum Junior Flare-up – name in Braille)

Back of pack
Bath Additive
Oilatum Junior Flare-up is used to treat eczema that is at risk of becoming
infected.
Oilatum Junior Flare-up is for use by adults, children and babies over 6 months
old.
Do not use Oilatum Junior Flare-up if you have previously had a skin reaction or
allergy (hypersensitivity) to any of the ingredients (listed below).
DIRECTIONS
Always dilute with water before use.
Use once daily, do not exceed the recommended amount.
For adults, elderly and children over 2 years:
In an 8 inch (20 cm) bath, add 2 capfuls (20 ml).
In a 4 inch (10 cm) bath, add 1 capful (10 ml).
Infants over 6 months:
Add 1 ml (just enough to cover the bottom of the cap) to a baby bath containing
approximately 15 litres of water and mix well. Not recommended for babies
less than 6 months.
Soak the affected areas of skin for 10 – 15 minutes. Gently pat dry.
Oilatum Junior Flare-up is an effective cleanser and should not be used
with soap.
When you have finished your bath, rinse the waste pipe with additional warm
running water. This will ensure there is no residue left in the drain pipe. It may
also be necessary to clean the bath with a degreasing agent.
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If you accidentally swallow the undiluted product it can cause an upset stomach,
sickness and may burn and damage your throat. Contact your doctor for advice if
you feel unwell.
CAUTION
Oilatum Junior Flare-up contains benzalkonium chloride, which is an irritant and
may cause skin reactions.
Undiluted Oilatum Junior Flare-up can cause irritation, so avoid getting it on
your skin or in your eyes. If you get Oilatum Junior Flare-up in your eyes, rinse at
once with plenty of water for 15 minutes. If there is persistent eye irritation seek
medical advice taking this bottle with you. If you get skin irritation, contact your
doctor or pharmacist.
Oilatum Junior Flare-up can make your bath slippery so be careful when getting
into or out of the bath.
Talk to your doctor if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Wash-off all traces of
Oilatum Junior Flare-up from your breasts before you begin to breast-feed.
Possible side effects: skin reactions including peeling, redness, inflammation,
itching and burning. Tell your doctor or pharmacist if any of the side effects listed
becomes severe or troublesome, or if you notice any side effects not listed.
For external use only
Keep out of the reach and sight of children
Do not use the product after the expiry date.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
(w/w basis): light liquid paraffin 52.5%, benzalkonium chloride 6.0%, triclosan
2.0%.
OTHER INGREDIENTS
acetylated lanolin alcohols, isopropyl palmitate, oleyl alcohol and macrogol lauryl
ether.
Oilatum Junior Flare-up does not contain perfume or colouring.

Side 1 of carton

Oilatum® Junior Flare-up
light liquid paraffin
benzalkoniumchloride
triclosan
Barcode
Marketing Authorisation Holder:
GlaxoSmithKline UK Limited
Trading as Stiefel,
Stockley Park West, Uxbridge,
Middlesex, UB11 1BT, UK
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Manufacturer:
Stiefel Laboratories (Ireland) Ltd.,
Finisklin Business Park, Sligo,
Ireland
PL 19494/0060
MA 300/01004
Date of information: August 2012

Side 2 of carton

Oilatum® Junior Flare-up
light liquid paraffin
benzalkonium chloride
triclosan

500 ml
Oilatum is a registered trademark of Stiefel Laboratories, Inc.
© 2012 Stiefel Laboratories, Inc.

Top flap of carton
Oilatum® Junior Flare-up
light liquid paraffin
benzalkonium chloride
triclosan
Bottom flap of carton
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