Propyless is a softening emulsion with water-binding properties and some antimicrobial effect against certain fungi and bacteria. Propyless is used to treat dry skin of various types. Propyless can be used as a treatment for dry skin on the body, hands and face in need of hydration. Propyless contains propylene glycol which has softening and water binding properties as well as some antimicrobial effect.
Propyless can be used by the whole family. The formula is easy to apply and does not sting. Smudge free.
Dosage & use
The emulsion is applied as needed or from two to several times a day and after contact with water. Apply and massage the emulsion so that the skin feels moist and soft but not sticky. It is better to lubricate thinly and often than thickly and rarely.
After bathing or showering, it is important to lubricate yourself because some of the natural humectants normally found in the skin may have been washed away.
Lubrication should be done within a few minutes after showering or bathing, when moisture still remains in the skin. Can be used for body, hands and face.
Propyless must not be applied in the ear canal or on burned skin. To prevent the nursing baby from being unnecessarily exposed to propylene glycol, Propyless should not be applied to the nipples during breastfeeding.
Propyless contains 200 mg/g propylene glycol which can cause skin irritation. Do not use the medicine on newborns (younger than 4 weeks) with open wounds or large areas of damaged skin (such as burns), without consulting a doctor or pharmacist. Propyless contains 8 mg/g benzyl alcohol which can cause allergic reactions and mild local irritation.
1 g of cutaneous emulsion contains propylene glycol 200 mg. Excipients: cetyl alcohol 4 mg, benzyl alcohol 8 mg, carbomer, xanthan gum, glycerol, white vaseline, stearic acid, palmitic acid, glucate SS, glucamate SSE-20, glycerol monostearate, sodium hydroxide, aluminum magnesium silicate, dimethicone, silicone, purified water.