Care Aqueous Calamine Cream Reviews
Product Type: Care health products
Description:Brand: Care / Dosage Form: Cream / Type: Emollient Cream / Aqueous calamine cream is usually used to treat purities ... more
Care Aqueous Calamine Cream ... (itching of the skin). Itching can be caused by a number of conditions including insect bites and stings, eczema, psoriasis, nettle rash, chicken pox, measles, jaundice or scabies. One of the ingredients, calamine, can produce cooling effect. This cooling effect helps to divert your body's attention away from the itching. Due to this cooling effect it is also effective for the relief of sunburn.
Newest Review: ... child with it as they become incredibly frustrated and uncomfortable with it, but it is really important not to scratch at ... more
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Last Update 15.03.2014 00:35
Customer Care Aqueous Calamine Cream Reviews (20)
by - written on 12/03/14 (Very useful, 20 readings)
~The Product~ When my eldest son had chicken pox a couple of years ago, Care Aqueous Calamine Cream was the product I used to help relieve his symptoms. This is a white cream that is very similar to sudocream cream. This wasn't a cure to the chicken pox, but it was meant to relieve the itching and it did the job quite well. Chicken pox is one of the most annoying illnesses, and it is quite heart-breaking to see your child with it as they become incredibly frustrated and uncomfortable with it, but it is really important not to scratch at the spots as this can lead to permanent scarring. Before using this product, my son was tearing his hair out, and although this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/11 (Very useful, 558 readings)
Care Aqueous Calamine Cream My little one managed to catch chicken pox from her preschool friends only a week before our holiday! Although she felt fine within herself, the spots were itching her like mad so we went and bought come Aqueous Calamine Cream from Tesco Pharmacy for the very low price of £1.50 for a 100ml tub. This cream is recommended for relief of such things as mild sunburn and other minor skin conditions including mild eczema and chicken pox. The cream itself is a light pink in colour with a delicate scent that reminds me of baby lotion. It is an average thickness, though does run when you drop the tub so do be careful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/10 (Very useful, 685 readings)
At the end of July my daughter caught chickenpox from a sibling of one of her schoolmates. The schoolmate's mum rushed right round with Piriton, colouring books, pens and a tub of this cream. I was quite happy that Olivia had finally contracted it as she had hit the age of five without catching it and I wanted it out of the way, but I was very grateful for the mother's reaction as it meant I didn't have to potentially infect any other children or vulnerable adults by going out to get my own supplies. ***What do you get*** A small white 100ml/110g tub with a pull off lid which costs between £1.50 and £3.00 depending on where you buy it. Inside ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/10 (Very useful, 366 readings)
When my son was younger he got chicken pox as so many young children do. As soon as I knew that he had chicken pox I wanted to get some calamine lotion as I knew that was what my mum had used when I was young and had chicken pox as it has a soothing effect on the skin and helps control the itching. When I went to my local pharmacy to pick up some calamine lotion I was shown another product which was basically an aqueous cream which contained calamine lotion too. I was really pleased that they had this product on offer as I always found calamine lotion to be quite drying on my skin, but I thought it was the only option. I picked up a 100ml tub of the care calamine ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 170 readings)
I got sun burn a couple of weeks ago, not that it's been a madly hot summer or anything like that but getting wet and then sitting in the bit of sun we've had in Birmingham left me with patches of sunburn on both my shoulders. The sun burn cleared up after a couple of sore days but on one of my shoulders I was left with a proper irritating patch of itchy skin while all the peeling went on. It wasn't something I'd go to the doctors with but when I was in the chemist for another reason I thought I might as well ask for some advice because I was scratching so much I was making it dead sore and it had even started bleeding. The phamacist looked at my shoulder ... Read the complete review
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