Eurax 10% Cream is a medicated cream that can be used as an antipruritic and sarcopticide for use in the management of pruritus of any aetiology and in the treatment of scabies
- For external use only.
- Not suitable for use in children under 3 years of age unless under medical supervision.
This medication should not be used in buccal mucosa and in or around the eyes since contact with the eyelids may give rise to conjunctival inflammation. In case of accidental contact with the eyes, or buccal mucosa rinse thoroughly with running water. Additionally, this medication should not be applied in the presence of exudative wounds, acute eczema, broken skin, or very inflamed skin. In the presence of eczematous scabies, eczema should be treated before the scabies
Adults (including the elderly): Apply to the affected area 2 to 3 times daily. Eurax will provide relief from irritation for 6 to 10 hours after each application.
Paediatric population: Eurax Cream can be used in children. However for children under three years of age, usage should only be under medical supervision and it should not be applied more than once a day.
Adults (including the elderly): After a thorough bath, Eurax should be applied to all areas below the chin with particular attention to interdigital areas. It is advisable to repeat the treatment 24 hours later. A bath should be taken a day after with a change of clothes and bedding. All contacts should be treated simultaneously in scabatic patients. There are no special dosage recommendations in the elderly.
Paediatric population: Eurax Cream can be used in children. However for children under three years of age usage should only be under medical supervision and it should not be applied more than once a day.
- Please read the enclosed package leaflet carefully before use
- Do not exceed the stated dose
- If symptoms persist or worsen, please stop this medication and consult with your doctor immediately
Each 100g tube of Eurax 10% Cream contains 10g of Crotamiton.