- Free delivery over £40
- 100% UK-based pharmacy
- Free support and advice
- We’re rated 4.9 out of 5
Balneum Cream reviews
Balneum Cream FAQs
Balneum Cream is used to treat skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis. Its ingredients are 5% urea and ceramide 3.
The active ingredient in Benadryl one A Day tablets is a non-sedating antihistamine called cetirizine. Allergy symptoms occur due to the activity of mast cells. These cells are responsible for the immune system’s reaction to foreign particles. When an allergen enters the body, mast cells release substances such as histamine. This binds to H1 receptors, which causes an inflammatory response, leading to congestion and watery eyes.
Antihistamines work in different ways. Whereas some other medicines inhibit the release of histamine, cetirizine prevents histamine from reaching its H1 receptors. This blocks the body’s inflammatory response to allergens, easing the frustrating symptoms of hayfever and other allergies.
Anugesic HC Cream should be applied twice each day, and after each bowel movement.
Before use, wash your hands and the affected area thoroughly with water. Gently dry the skin around the anus to prevent further irritation.
For internal use, a nozzle is provided, which screws on to the top of the tube. Gently insert the tip of the nozzle into the anus, and squeeze the tube such that a small amount of cream is released. Withdraw the nozzle carefully, then use warm water to thoroughly wash both the nozzle and your hands.
Anugesic HC suppositories should be inserted into the rectum.
To purchase Balneum Cream, you will need to complete an online consultation. You must list your medical complications, as well as any other medicines you are taking, for your skin condition or otherwise. Our doctors will deem if Balneum Cream is suitable for you.
You will likely not be able to use this treatment if you have an allergy to peanuts, soya, or any of the other ingredients.
Side effects of Balneum Cream are rare. They include irritation (redness and itching) of the skin at the site of application. If you are concerned about these effects, stop using the cream and talk to your GP or pharmacist.