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ZINC & CASTOR OIL CREAM BP OR
32mm X 155mm MULTIPEEL WITH 40mm HINGE LEFT
IMPORTANT: Peel this label
at corner and read BEFORE
use. Do not tear off, re-fix for
Active ingredients: zinc
oxide 7.5%w/w, virgin
For symptomatic relief of nappy rash, and as a
castor oil 50.0%w/w.
protective water resistant cream for dry chapped
Also contains: arachis oil
skin. If separation of the ointment occurs, re-mix
(peanut oil), cetostearyl
before use. Apply the ointment to the skin.
alcohol, white beeswax (E901). Do not store above
Adults, the elderly and children: Apply to the
the reach and sight of children.
affected skin up to four times a day or at each nappy 25°C. Keep out ofthe licence holder L.C.M. Ltd.,
change. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY.
Huddersfield, HD7 5QH for Thornton and Ross Ltd.,
Contains Arachis Oil (Peanut Oil). Do not use if
Huddersfield, HD7 5QH, UK. PL 12965/0038
allergic to Peanut or Soya.
zinc and castor
Zinc Oxide, Virgin Castor Oil
Relieves the symptoms
of nappy rash & dry,
Peel where shown for further precautions.
5 011309 026818
FRONT FACE REVERSE:
Zinc & Castor Oil Cream contains zinc oxide, a mild
antiseptic and astringent for the skin, and castor oil
which helps soften dry hard and chapped skin.
1. Before you use this medicine
Do not use the medicine if you or your
• An allergy to arachis oil (peanut oil), soya, or any
other ingredient listed on the front.
Pregnant or breastfeeding….
Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before using
this medicine if you are pregnant, might be pregnant or
are breastfeeding. Zinc & Castor Oil Cream should not be
used, unless the doctor has told you to do so.
Talk to your doctor if….
You or your child are having an x-ray, as this medicine
may mask x-ray pictures.
3. Further information
Important ingredient information
• This medicine contains cetostearyl alcohol which may
If you accidentally swallow some see a doctor straight
cause local skin reactions (eg. contact dermatitis).
away. Take the pack with you to show which medicine you
• It also contains arachis oil (peanut oil). If you are allergic to have swallowed.
peanuts or soya do not use this product.
• Do not use after the expiry date. The expiry date refers to
the last day of that month.
2. Possible side effects
• Return any unused medicine to the pharmacy for disposal.
There are no known side effects from using Zinc & Castor
What the medicine looks like
Oil Cream as directed.
Zinc & Castor Oil Cream is an off-white cream which is
If you notice any side effects, stop use and tell your doctor
supplied in 100g packs.
or pharmacist. They will tell you what to do.
This label was revised in August 2014
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zinc and castor
Zinc and Castor Oil Cream
Landscape peelable label
32mm x 155mm
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Data Matrix: 21765212 VERIFIED
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