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barrier cream

n
a cream used to protect the skin, esp the hands, from dirt and from the action of oils or solvents
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barrier cream

n (Brit) → crema protettiva
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2 Mg (DESMOPESSIN), Tab Atorvastatin 10 Mg, Betadine Gargle 100 Ml, Barrier Cream 60 Ml 4720, Neurobion Forte (VITAMIN B6 + B12 ) Tab.
MINNEAPOLIS -- A small study of cloth diaper-wearing toddlers with unusual vesiculobullous and erosive lesions found that the rashes fully resolved with aggressive barrier cream application and a switch to disposable diapers.
MINNEAPOLIS -- A small study of cloth diaper--wearing toddlers with unusual vesiculobullous and erosive lesions found that the rashes fully resolved with aggressive barrier cream application and a switch to disposable diapers.
Some products come with a barrier cream that you mix the retinol into a little at a time, or you can mix it with your usual moisturiser to temper the strength.
If you'll be using a pigment that may stain, apply a barrier cream or moisturizer about 15 minutes beforehand, Seminerio says.
Three important product lines were given the spotlight, such as the Vitamin Barrier Cream 123 for babies' diaper and rash protection, Stretch Mark Oil for new moms and pregnant women, and Mustela Sun Care for babies' and children's sun protection.
Apply lots of barrier cream such as zinc and castor oil cream.
The infection can be prevented by applying liberal quantities of a barrier cream, such as Vaseline, to the lower limbs before turning out.
A barrier cream, such as Vaseline, Sudocrem, or Lansinoh works well, as does covering the nipples with sticking tape or a plaster.
Your local pharmacist can give you a barrier cream or ointment to use after each nappy change.
A liquid film barrier should not be combined with a barrier cream or paste because these products are often incompatible.