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Two proven performers


Doublebase – The difference is in the GELS Original emollient Gel


Enhanced emollient Gel


An emollient gel


with clinically proven efficacy1,2 which is preferred by patients3


Doublebase Gel TM


Doublebase™ Gel Isopropyl myristate 15% w/w, liquid paraffin 15% w/w. Uses: Highly moisturising and protective hydrating gel for dry skin conditions. Directions: Adults, children and the elderly: Apply direct to dry skin as often as required. Doublebase Dayleve™ Gel Isopropyl myristate 15% w/w, liquid paraffin 15% w/w. Uses: Long lasting, highly moisturising and protective hydrating gel for dry skin conditions. Directions: Adults, children and the elderly: Apply direct to dry skin morning and night, or more often if necessary. Contra-indications, warnings, side effects etc: Please refer to SPC for full details before prescribing. Do not use if sensitive to any of the ingredients. In the rare event of a reaction stop treatment. Package quantities, NHS prices and MA numbers: Doublebase Gel: 100g tube £2.65, 500g pump dispenser £5.83, PL00173/0183. Doublebase Dayleve Gel: 100g tube £2.65, 500g pump dispenser £6.29, PL00173/0199. Legal category: P MA holder: Dermal Laboratories,


An enhanced emollient gel with highly moisturising and long lasting protection.4,5 As little as twice daily application


Doublebase Dayleve Gel TM Isopropyl myristate 15% w/w, liquid paraffin 15% w/w


References: 1. Whitefield M. Clinical evaluation of Doublebase. A multi-centre GP study of 78 patients with dry skin conditions. (Data on File). 2. Wynne A. et al. An effective, cosmetically acceptable, novel hydro-gel emollient for the management of dry skin conditions. Journal of Dermatological Treatment No 2 June 2002; 13: 61-66. 3. Aslam A. Children’s preference in selecting an emollient of their choice. British Journal of Dermatology 2009; 161 (Suppl. 1):116. 4. Gallagher J., Rosher P., Sykes K., Walker J. & Hart V. Are all emollients equally effective in hydrating dry skin? A single centre, double-blind, bi-lateral comparison of two commercially available emollient products in the UK. Poster presented at the 21st EADV Congress in September 2012, Prague. 5. Gallagher J., Rosher P., Walker J. & Hart V.A. An in vivo comparison of two commercially available topical emollients in the UK, DELP gel and DIPC cream. Poster presented at the 70th AAD Annual Meeting, March 2012, San Diego, USA.


Tatmore Place, Gosmore, Hitchin, Herts, SG4 7QR. Date of preparation: January 2014. ‘Doublebase’ and ‘Dayleve’ are trademarks.


Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard. Adverse events should also be reported to Dermal.


10mm www.dermal.co.uk


High


oil content + glycerol


High


oil & glycerol content + povidone


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