This medication is used as a moisturizer to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations (such as diaper rash, skin burns from radiation therapy). Emollients are substances that soften and moisturize the skin and reduce itching and flaking.
Aquaphilic with Urea (for the skin) is used to soften rough or dry skin caused by skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, keratosis and others. This medicine is also used to soften damaged fingernails or toenails so they can be removed without surgery.
This combination product is used to treat minor wounds (such as cuts, scrapes, burns) and to prevent or treat minor skin infections. Minor skin infections and sores will usually heal without treatment, but some minor skin sores may heal faster if an antibiotic is applied to the affected area.
Apply to skin only. Avoid sensitive areas such as your eyes, mouth/nose, and vaginal/groin areas unless otherwise instructed by the label or your doctor.
Several causes of dry and flaky skin. Dry and flaky skin can be a normal part of aging, but often dry skin can be a result of changes in temperature or humidity, skin conditions, poor washing habits and dehydration. People can improve dry and flaky skin with proper skin products and hydration methods.
Treating Dry, Itchy Skin
If dry skin causes you to have small, itchy patches on your body, an over-the-counter anti-itch cream or ointment with 1% hydrocortisone can do the trick offer relief. Hydrocortisone is a type of steroid drug that helps reduce itching, redness, and swelling.
Pamper your skin. If you have external irritation on the vulva, applying thick ointments such as Vaseline® and Aquaphor® can create a barrier against yeast and reduce itching.
Apply petroleum jelly/aquaphor liberally to the entire wound (NOT Neosporin). 4. Cover the wound with a plaster or sterile non-stick gauze pad (Telfa) and surgical tape.
Do not use this medicine on deep wounds, puncture wounds, animal bites, or severe burns. You can use Aquaphor Healing as needed.
Can be used alone as a skin lubricant or protectant.
Hydrophore (for the skin) is used to protect minor cuts, scrapes, burns or eczema. Hydrophore is also used to treat or prevent chapped lips or skin, and to protect skin from drying out due to wind or cold.
Dispose of this product properly when it has expired or is no longer needed. Contact your pharmacist or local waste disposal service for more information on how to safely dispose of your product.
A normally hydrated person is unlikely to notice a difference in their skin after drinking a larger amount of water. Drinking an excessive amount of water can lead to other health problems and is not recommended (nor is it effective) for dry skin. Dry skin is an external problem and is best treated externally.
Research has shown that taking certain vitamins and other supplements, including vitamin D, fish oil, collagen and vitamin C, can help improve skin hydration and keep your skin healthy and nourished.