Dermol cream alternative/substitute

(9 Posts)
Haenow Sun 13-Jun-21 20:10:46

Does anyone know if there’s a alternative or equal substitute for dermol cream please? Many thanks.

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Bumpinthenight Sun 13-Jun-21 20:29:37

DD uses Aveeno and zero double gel in addition to the Dermol cream.

peridito Sun 13-Jun-21 20:42:50

Partner uses zerobase and Dermol lotion 500,and a steroid cream .

Haenow Sun 13-Jun-21 22:58:37

Thank you so much. Can either of those be used as soap substitute?

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DSArnott Sun 13-Jun-21 23:17:48

Eczmol is very similar. It’s antimicrobial like Dermol and is a soap substitute.

Bumpinthenight Mon 14-Jun-21 07:13:38

Dermol 500 can

Haenow Mon 14-Jun-21 08:12:01

DSArnott

Eczmol is very similar. It’s antimicrobial like Dermol and is a soap substitute.

Thank you!

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peridito Mon 14-Jun-21 09:40:23

@DSArnott or @Bumpinthenight are either of you knowledgeable about creams and skin ?

My partner has Seborrheic keratoses on his back and I'm fascinated to see the impact of either Dermol or the steroid cream ( both prescribed for other skin complaint) on them .The black crusty surface is disappearing /gone completely in some .

I just wonder why .

Bumpinthenight Mon 14-Jun-21 16:32:50

peridito

*@DSArnott* or @Bumpinthenight are either of you knowledgeable about creams and skin ?

My partner has Seborrheic keratoses on his back and I'm fascinated to see the impact of either Dermol or the steroid cream ( both prescribed for other skin complaint) on them .The black crusty surface is disappearing /gone completely in some .

I just wonder why .

That's interesting!
Dermol moisturises the skin so I guess helps the SK not be all dry and crusty.
The steroid cream thins the skin and we use it thinly and not for long so I guess the thinning has an effect on them too.

Not a font of all knowledge with creams though so can't be too scientific smile

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