Biafine Emulsion Cream 2x Large Tube / 2x 6.5oz / 186g = 13oz / 372g
Easy to use, Biafine soothes and protects skin “burned” or stressed by medical treatments or the sun’s rays.
Its herbal base easily penetrates onto the skin to hydrate deeply and soften scar-tissue, dead ‘superficial’ skin, and promotes anti-bacterial processes for less contamination.
This medication is often used as a moisturizer to treat or prevent dry, rough, scaly, itchy skin and minor skin irritations (e.g., diaper rash, skin burns from radiation therapy).
Biafine Cream brings a calming sensation since the first application.
Biafine creates and maintains a humid climate favorable to the cure of superficial and small burns, including sunburns.
Biafine, an emulsion composed of Trolamine and 75% of water, brings the water into the dermis and the thicker the applied layer, the greater the amount of hydration.
Found in French medicine cabinets for over 25 years, this multi purpose water based cream is used by a vast percent of French people and it’s increasing in popularity around the globe for its unique properties.
The product has become a staple for beauty lovers as another popular user of the product include people who have had laser peels during facials which can leave skin quite raw.
Biafine Emulsion is popular thus among cosmetic- and plastic-surgery patients treating large areas, and also wishing to minimize scarring from incisions such as after breast-augmentation surgery.
Biafine Cream is a water-based emulsion formulated for the dressing and management of superficial wounds, minor abrasions, dermal ulcers, donor sites, 1st and 2nd degree burns, including sunburns, and radiation dermatitis.
When applied properly to a wound, Biafine Emulsion Cream provides an optimum moist environment for the healing process.
Biafine Emulsion Cream is indicated as a wound dressing for:
• Superficial Wounds
• Minor Abrasions
• Leg Ulcers
• Donor Sites
• 1st and 2nd Degree Burns, including Sunburns
• Radiation Dermatitis
• For dermal ulcers, including full thickness wounds and pressure sores, consult a physician.
Biafine Emulsion Cream Tube is contraindicated for use on skin rashes related to food or medicine allergies, or when an allergy to one of the ingredients is known.
• In radiation therapy, Biafine Emulsion Cream may be applied as directed by the treating physician.
• Do not apply 4 hours prior to a radiation session.
• Keep out of the reach of children.
• For the treatment of any dermal wound, consult a physician.Use Biafine Emulsion Cream only as directed.
• Biafine Emulsion Cream is non-toxic, it is for topical use only, and should not be ingested or taken internally. If ingested or taken internally,
contact a doctor or Poison Control Center immediately.
• Biafine Emulsion Cream does not contain a sunscreen and should not
be used prior to extended exposure to the sun.
• The use of Biafine Emulsion Cream on skin rashes due to allergies has not been studied sufficiently and therefore is not recommended.
• Do not use on bleeding wounds until the bleeding has stopped.
• Following the application of Biafine Emulsion Cream a temporary tingling sensation may occur (10 to 15 minutes).
• If clinical signs of infection are present, appropriate treatment should be initiated. If clinically indicated, use of Biafine Emulsion Cream may be continued during the anti-infective therapy.
• If condition does not improve within 10-14 days, consult a physician.
• Biafine Emulsion Cream may dissolve fuchsin when this dye is used to define the margins of the radiation fields to be treated.
Instructions for Use :
Biafine Emulsion Cream is for topical use only as directed by a healthcare professional.
Wounds, Abrasions, Full Thickness Wounds and Donor Site Management
• Wash the affected area(s) with saline, clean water, or a suitable wound cleanser.
• Apply Biafine Emulsion Cream on and around the affected area(s) in thick layers 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick.
• If applying gauze dressing,moisten the dressing lightly before application.
• Reapply Biafine Emulsion Cream as described above every 24 to 48 hours or as directed until the wound or lesion has healed fully.
• For donor site management, apply Biafine Emulsion Cream after skin removal and cover with a moist dressing. Leave for 7 days. Reapply as directed.
1st and 2nd Degree Burns, Including Sunburns
• Before application of Biafine Emulsion Cream to burns, take precaution in removing any clothing in the affected area(s).
• Apply Biafine Emulsion Cream as soon as possible on and around the affected area(s), in a thick 1/4 to 1/2 inch layer until the skin no longer absorbs the product.
A white waxy residue may remain. If pain from the burn persists, apply thinner layers of Biafine Emulsion Cream until the pain has ceased.
• Continue to apply Biafine Emulsion Cream until the affected area(s) has healed completely.
• Application of Biafine Emulsion Cream to the affected area(s) should continue during any subsequent physical therapy treatments.
• Apply a generous amount of Biafine Emulsion Cream three times per day, seven days a week to the treated area(s), gently massaging the
area(s) until Biafine Emulsion Cream is completely absorbed.
• Biafine Emulsion Cream may be applied as indicated by the treating physician (see Warnings).
• Continue to apply Biafine Emulsion Cream as described above until skin has fully recovered.
• Do not interrupt applications during the course of radiation therapy, even for one day.
• Do not apply Biafine Emulsion Cream 4 hours prior to a radiation session.
Biafine Emulsion Cream contains :
Purified water, liquid paraffin, ethylene glycol
monostearate, stearic acid, propylene glycol, paraffin wax, squalane, avocado oil,trolamine/sodium alginate, triethanolamine, cetyl palmitate, methylparaben (sodium salt), sorbic acid (potassium salt), propylparaben (sodium salt), and fragrance.