Sponsored by Doublebase Emollient Gel
Taking care of your little one's skin is so important as it can be super sensitive. We will always ensure our little ones are okay, which means us mums tend to neglect ourselves.
Luckily, we’ve found a product that suits both mum and baby. This highly moisturising and protective emollient is a must-have and we just can’t get enough of it.
If you or your little one struggles with a dry skin condition such as eczema, psoriasis, ichthyosis or dry skin then Doublebase Emollient Gel is here to help.
This highly moisturising and protective hydrating gel offers an alternative to other over the counter moisturisers.
The innovative GEL formulation of Doublebase Emollient Gel looks different and performs differently to other moisturisers. The gel breaks down on the skin leaving a barrier of oils that provide clinically proven protection against dryness. It is simple to apply, absorbs easily when smoothed into the skin and can get to work from the very first application.
Doublebase Emollient Gel is free from ingredients such as SLS, perfumes and parabens that are known to aggravate sensitive, delicate skin and is suitable for all ages.
So how does it help the skin?
Doublebase Emollient Gel works in three ways:
1. Softens – contains a substantial proportion of oils to soften dry, chapped skin
2. Moisturises - contains glycerol, a humectant, which helps retain moisture in the skin
3. Protects – the innovative gel formulation breaks down on the skin, leaving a barrier of oils that provide clinically proven protection against dryness
Doublebase Emollient Gel is available to purchase from pharmacies. A 250g size is available in an easy-to-use pump dispenser. Alternatively, a 100g tube is available for convenience when travelling or for smaller areas of dry skin.
Please note that dried emollient residue collecting on dressings, clothing and bedlinen makes these materials burn more easily, so it’s important to keep them away from lit cigarettes and other sources of ignition and wash them regularly.