Creams

Try our range of creams that contain a good amount of oil, are less greasy to the touch and are also very good at keeping moisture in the skin.

How to use creams

Use your cream all the time, even if you're not experiencing symptoms.

Many people find it helpful to keep separate supplies of cream at work or school, or a tub in the bathroom and one in a living area.

To apply the cream:

Use a large amount
Do not rub it in – smooth it into the skin in the same direction the hair grows
After a bath or shower, gently pat the skin dry and apply the cream while the skin is still moist to keep the moisture in
You should use a cream at least twice a day if you can, or more often if you have very dry skin.

During a flare-up, apply generous amounts of cream more frequently, but remember to contact your GP if your skin is sore and inflamed.