QV bath oil

Eczema (or dermatitis) are terms referring to inflamed skin. There are various symptoms. Commonly there is an itchy red rash, possibly with swollen skin and blisters. Longer standing eczema is also itchy but is often dry and thickened. Either may have scratch marks. About 3 in 10 people who visit their GP with a skin problem are diagnosed with eczema. The number is increasing.

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QV bath oil

Prescription fees

Medicinesbymailbox supplies medicine on prescription and charges a small prescription fee based on the order value of each prescription.Prescriptions are issued by our doctors online and sent electronically to our pharmacy.If you have your own private paper prescription please post to our pharmacy (details).

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QV Bath oil product information

QV bath oil contains emollient that helps to keep your skin soft and supple. It is pH-balanced, with a fragrance-free and low irritation formula. It is suitable for all age groups, including babies.


How to use

You should follow the directions on the label and package.

In general, one capful of QV bath oil measures 500ml. Add 10ml to adult's bath of 5ml to baby's bath. Pat skin dry after rinsing off. Avoid rubbing vigorously as it may irritate the skin further. Alternatively, to use in shower, rub gently onto wet skin and rinse off after a few minutes, then pat your skin dry. You should use emollients everyday to prevent flare up of eczema.


You may want to follow with a moisturiser immediately after your bath to ensure that your skin is well hydrated.


Side effects of QV bath oil

Side effects are unlikely but you should stop using the emollient if you experience any burning or stinging of the skin.


Cautions

You may need to answer a series of Yes/No questionnaires before ordering to determine your suitability to the medicine.
 
As emollients can be greasy, you should be careful of slips, trips and falls. 

QV bath oil is for topical use only. Avoid getting it into your eyes, nose or mouth.