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Auréocyde Cleansing Cream and Antibacterial Peroxide Hydrogen Stabilized15g is a sanitizing and anti-bacterial cream to treat superficial lesions of the skin such as burns, acne, cuts, wounds or punctures.

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Used for : mycoses, bouton de fièvre, furoncle, eczéma

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  • For a sustainable and effective action.
  • Based on 1% stabilized hydrogen peroxide.
  • Disinfecting cream with anti-bacterial agent long-lasting effectiveness (8 to 12h).
  • Non-irritating and alcohol-free.
  • Without perfume.
  • Do not stain clothing and do not dye skin.
  • From 3 years old.

Descriptions Auréocyde Antibacterial Cleansing Cream Cooper

Auréocyde Antibacterial Cleansing Cream contains stabilized hydrogen peroxide 1%, antibacterial agent with broad spectrum of activity. Crystalip Extended Release System. The patent Crystalip System allows a progressive and prolonged release of hydrogen peroxide giving it a lasting action.   The original galenic Auréocyde gives it remarkable cosmetic qualities.

Directions for use Cooper Auréocyde Cream

  • Apply twice daily to the affected areas previously cleaned and dried.
  • Store in a dry place at a temperature below 25 ° C.
  • Contains Perxode of Hydrogen Stabilized.

Composition of the Aureocyde Antibacterial Cream

Aqua, glyceryl myristate, glyceryl laurate, propylene glycol, hydrogen peroxide, PEG-100 stearate, citric acid, sodium hydroxide, salicylic acid, disodium edta, sulfuric acid, tetrasodium pyrophosphate, sodium stanate.

The Auréocyde antibacterial cream benefits from a special galenic, the Crystalip system, to maintain the effectiveness on bacteria over time (8 to 12 hours). Aureocyde forms a non-occlusive protective film on the skin. This cream can be used in children from the age of 3 years.

Active ingredients: stabilized hydrogen peroxide exerts an antibacterial action. The Crystalip system is a thermally sensitive lipid lamellar network. At room temperature, it is stable; hydrogen peroxide is preserved. In contact with the skin, the lamellar network becomes fluid and releases little by little the hydrogen peroxide which acts on the bacteria

Precautions for use with the Auréocyde Cooper Ointment

  • Store in a dry place at a temperature below 25 ° C.
  • The Auréocyde Cooper Ointment contains hydrogen peroxide.
  • Avoid contact of the product with the eyes.
  • Rinse immediately if the product comes in contact with them.
  • Do not use for the care of children under 3 years.
  • Close the tube after use.

Contents Antiseptic ointment Aureocyde

The Aureocyde Antiseptic Ointment is in the form of a 15g tube.

Your pharmacist's advice

Auréocyde is an antibacterial sanitizing cream ideal for the treatment of cuts, wounds and infections ( eczema, mycosis, cold sore, furuncle, ingrown hair). Ideal for treating small skin infections, it is THE product to have in your pharmacy kit ...

Cooper Aureocyde is an antiseptic ointment and is toxic to all skin cells, both infectious and normal. To differentiate with an antibiotic ointment (like fucidine for example) which is more selective and attacks the microbes while respecting the normal cells. An antiseptic is used preventively to avoid an infection . An antibiotic is used in a curative manner to eliminate an infection.  

In practice, it should be known that the application of an antiseptic is followed after a half hour of a proliferation of reactive microbes remaining and an antibiotic is really active only the first days. After a week, if there are still microbes they will become resistant.  

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