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  • johnep
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    Re: "aqueous Cream"

    Aqueous cream is the first emollient tried because it is cheap, then come all the ethicals and schering plough Diprobase is very popular. I understand it is very similar to cetomacrogol cream formula A. Next comes dermal doublebase which has fascinating rheological properties behaving like a gel.
    Aqueous cream can cause allergic reactions in some people.
    johnep

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    Re: "aqueous Cream"

    Originally posted by RXJOE View Post
    Does anyone know anything about availability, or any particular trade names it sells under that might make my search easier?
    Very similar to Nivea.

    Jeff

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  • Zoggite
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    I can give you a formula:
    Aqueous cream bp:
    R/ Emulsifying ointment BP 30g
    Phenoxyethanol 1g
    Freshly boiled & cooled puriied water to 100g.

    Emulfifying ointment BP:
    R/ Emulsifying wax 30% w/w
    liquid paraffin 20% w/w
    White soft paraffin 50% w/w

    Hope this helps!

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  • RXJOE
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    "aqueous Cream"

    Hello all, this is Joe from Boston. Had one of your ex-pats who now lives here looking for something called "Aqueous Cream". I've googled the product and pretty much figured out that it's basically an oil-in-water emulsion cream. However, I cannot find or think of any similar product available here in the states. The only thing we have is hydrated petrolatum, which of course is the opposite, being a water-in-oil emulsion, and therefore pretty greasy. Does anyone know anything about availability, or any particular trade names it sells under that might make my search easier?
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