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Medihoney Medihoney Barrier Cream

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Medihoney Barrier Cream

Medihoney™ Barrier Cream contains medical grade antibacterial honey. Medihoney™ Antibacterial Honey is a standardised antibacterial honey, predominantly Leptospermum sp. (including Manuka).

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I have used  many creams for my son  over the past few years, as my son suffers from eczema and it is always  a trial and error process to find what works for him . Medihoney Barrier Cream worked wonderfully on his bottoms where he had managed to scratch  himself sometimes when he gets a nappy rash. Usually I would have to use an antiseptic cream which always stings and still leaves it slightly irritated, so thought we would give it a go.

It really soothed his skin and provided a fantastic barrier against nappy rash. Also the remainder left on my hands I rub into the dry skin between my fingers from over usage with water and soaps, it smooths it in an instant & no more irritation there either.

Moreover It has NO added colour , NO added fragrance ,NO lanolin,
NO parbenes, no mineral oil.

The waterproof, protective barrier of Medihoney Barrier Cream  helps to prevent skin breakdown and irritation caused by fluid and moisture and allow baby’s skin to breathe.

Use on all ‘wet’ areas including nappy rash, dribble rash, sweat rash, under skin folds, around wounds etc.

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