GSK cream ‘effective’ for diaper rash
Dubai, May 14, 2011
A new cream from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is proving to be among the more popular choices for parents seeking a safe and effective product for treating diaper rashes.
Drapolene is a specially formulated cream to soothe diaper rashes as well as minor burns and wounds, a statement said.
Its antiseptics are powerful and yet gentle on the skin, thus providing relief while effectively subsiding and preventing infection. The cream is best used for every diaper change, after the covered skin has been cleaned and dried, according to the statement.
More than 35 per cent of babies around the world suffer from diaper rash. These could develop into a severe infection, skin abscess, or other serious conditions. The ailment also takes its toll on parents who are likewise deprived of sleep and are worried over the health of their children.
Products such as Drapolene assist in soothing the rash-related discomfort of infants and providing peace of mind to their parents, said the statement. – TradeArabia News Service
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