Siopel® Cream

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Effective Barrier Cream

Siopel® Cream is an effective water repellent barrier cream with antiseptic properties, useful whenever the skin needs to be protected from water-soluble irritants. It contains cetrimide, an effective antiseptic used for wound cleansing.

Studies with cetrimide have shown it to be active against a wide range of bacteria, both Gram positive and Gram negative, including Staph aureus the most common cause of infection in wounds and burns.

Siopel® Cream also contains silicone Dimeticone 1000, which binds firmly to the skin surface and forms a protective barrier.

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(For Healthcare Professionals)

Arrange a demonstration with your local NHS Partnership Liaison Manager, this can be arranged either face to face within your department or digitally.

How to use Siopel®Cream

  • Wash and dry the skin. Apply the cream sparingly and massage well into the skin.
  • Apply three to five times daily for three to four days, then once or twice daily.
  • Do not use on skin that is acutely inflamed or weeping, or before the skin has been cleansed of contaminating irritants.

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Product Information:

Siopel® cream contains Arachis oil (peanut oil) and should not be applied by patients known to be allergic to peanuts. As there is a possible relationship between allergy to peanuts and allergy to soya, patients with soya allergy should also avoid Siopel® cream.

For full information about Siopel®, please see the documents below.
The Summary of Product Characteristics, which may be downloaded below, is the most up to date version, revised May 2019. Due to the timing of regulatory changes this may vary from the document on the MHRA website. If you have any queries, please contact us on +44 (0)191 375 9020.

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Summary of Product Characteristics >

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Patient Information Leaflet >

Pack Sizes

50g Tube

Active Ingredients

Strong Cetrimide Solution, 0.75% v/w
Dimeticone 1000, 10% w/w

Adverse Effects

Adverse events should be reported. Reporting forms and information can be found at https://yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk. Adverse events should also be reported to Derma UK on +44 (0)191 375 9020