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Cetraben bath additive is an extremely effective moisturizing and protective oil designed to relieve the symptoms of eczema, in particular when the symptoms are endogenous or exogenous.
How effective is Cetraben bath additive?
Cetraben bath additive is a very effective oil that has proven to be quite successful when it comes to eczema and generally just really effective when it comes to dry skin, with a high approval rating, you can be sure it’ll satisfy your needs. However, to purchase Cetraben bath additive, you will a prescription, so make sure to consult your doctor or a pharmacist.
Cetraben bath additive can be bought online from most online pharmacies in a bottle of 500ml for a very considerable price.
What dose should I choose?
As mentioned previously, the Cetraben Bath additive comes in a bottle of 500ml and depends on how severe your condition is. However, unlike other products out in the world, Cetraben bath additive can be used every day without the risk of any consequence, also, if you are using Cetraben to get rid of rough skin or worse, eczema, it is advised that you keep using the product to keep your skin as smooth as ever.
How should I use the Cetraben bath additive?
Before anything, Cetraben bath additive is for external use only, and if this product is to be used by children, you should maintain supervision as accidentally swallowing the additive could be dangerous for the individual, and you should go to your nearest accident and emergency department. As for actual use, Cetraben bath additive should be added to a bath, preferably warm water or applied to wet skin before showering, this product should only be used when bathing. For the use of adults, use the measuring cap provided with the bottle and fill it, any excess will be sucked back into the bottle.
For every 10cm of bathwater, add one measure. For the use for babies, add a few drops in the baby bath until the water turns milky.
How does Cetraben bath additive work?
The reason your skin dries out is that too much water from the skin surface evaporates, washing your hands only makes this worse as hot water and soap will remove the layer of natural oil the skin has on its surface. Also, people who suffer from eczema appear to have less natural oil on their skin. What Cetraben bath additive does when applied to the skin is that it makes the natural oils stay, and it prevents the water in the skin from evaporating from the skin surface. This is thanks to its active ingredient, a light liquid paraffin; it is absorbed easily into the skin where it attracts water to itself, helping to retain water in the skin, the oil allows works excellently when applied to large areas of skin. Using at night time is recommended.
How long do I take the Cetraben bath additive?
This depends on how your body reacts to the Cetraben bath additive and how severe the symptoms were in the first place if it reacts positively. Your skin is no longer dry or rough; you can keep on using the additive as there are no real downsides to continuous use. If you suffer from eczema, using the additive continuously is a great way to combat the symptoms.
What are the side effects of the Cetraben bath additive?
People who are allergic or hypersensitive to any of the ingredients may experience some side effects like undesirable skin reactions, such as a burning sensation, a rash, itching or redness of the skin. If you do experience any of these skin reactions, please immediately stop using the Cetraben bath additive as this is dangerous and consult your doctor urgently or head to an emergency centre with the original bottle of the additive and the packaging.
When shouldn’t I take the Cetraben bath additive?
You should not use Cetraben bath additive if you are allergic to any of the ingredients; this includes active and secondary ones. Luckily, there aren’t consequences when this is used on children, as there aren't any side effects that specifically affect children. However, it would be best if you supervised children when they will use the additive. You shouldn't use this additive if you are going to smoke or have any chance of going near a naked flame, as the additive is flammable, clothes imbrued with the additive become even more flammable and therefore become a serious fire hazard. Washing the clothes may not altogether remove it but will reduce build-up.
What is the difference between the Cetraben bath additive, Epimax, and ZeroAQS?
A primary difference between Cretaben cream and Epimax is that Epimax can be used as a soap substitute whereas Cretaben cream is more specialised for eczema/general sore skin.
A difference between Cetraben cream and ZeroAQS is that ZeroAQS contains alcohol as one of its active ingredients. In contrast, Cetraben cream does not contain any in any form, be it as an active or secondary ingredient.
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Content reviewed 06 April 2020, Last updated 06 April 2020