Udderly SMOOth® Moisturiser is suitable for anyone not allergic to Lanolin from new-borns to adults. If you are in doubt as to whether your child is allergic to Lanolin then we recommend you test on a small area first. Lanolin is a natural product extracted from wool and is used in many creams to help keep human skin soft and smooth. It is very useful to relieve conditions such as eczema and soreness when breast-feeding.
The full list of ingredients are dionized water, stearic acid, peg 2 stearate, propylene glycol, isopropyl myristate, dimethicone, lanolin, mineral oil, triethanolamine, allantoin, methylparaben, propylparaben, parfum.
Hand and Foot Syndrome
Certain oral and infusion chemotherapy drugs can affect the skin on
the hands and feet (Hand-foot syndrome (HFS), or palmar-plantar
erythrodysesthesia (PPE)). This side effect can be severe enough to
discontinue therapy. Many individuals are finding relief using
Udderly Smooth® on their hands and feet.
Udderly Smooth® is included in patient starter kits for several
chemotherapy drugs. Clinics and oncology professionals are also
recommending the use of Udderly Smooth® for their patients with hand
and foot syndrome.
Current research has also indicated that urea based creams are
effective in combating skin based side effects. After many nurse and
patient requests, we are including 10% urea in an Udderly Smooth®
product. Udderly SMooth® Hand and Foot Cream was developed to meet
Diabetes Skin Care
Diabetes can also impact the skin. Over 1/3 of diabetics will
encounter some form of diabetes related skin conditions. Regular
skin care is crucial to minimize skin conditions. Udderly Smooth®
Udder Cream can be easily incorporated into the diabetic's twice
daily foot care regimen. . Udderly Smooth® Foot Cream and Udderly
Smooth® Foot Cream with Shea Butter are well suited for diabetes
For more information or questions about our products & services, please contact us at the following address.
Phone: +44 (0) 1628 473419
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