Emollients

In dry skin conditions, Emollients prevent loss of moisture as they produce thin occlusive film on the upper layers of the skin.

Emollients are available in the form of lotions creams and soaps, They are recommended for treating dry skin conditions associated with dermatitis, xerosis , ichthyosis, and psoriasis. ICPA offers emollients in three different formulations − Moyzen Liquid, Moyzen Cream, and Moyzen Plus.

Moyzen Liquid and Moyzen Cream constitute liquid paraffin that softens and rehydrates dry skin. Moyzen Plus Soap includes olive oil, glycerin, aloe vera, and vitamin E, which maintains the skin elasticity and provides long-lasting moisture.

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  • Moyzen Cream

    Moisturising Cream

    Softens and Rehydrates dry skin

    Composition:
    Light Liquid Paraffin 6% w/w White Soft Paraffin 15% w/w Cream base q.s. Preservative q.s. (Formulation available – I.P. – Domestic, B. P. – Export)

    Mode of action:
    Stratum corneum is the surface layer of the epidermis. Water content of Stratum corneum (10%) is controlling factor in maintaining skin flexibility. When water content falls below 10%, Stratum corneum becomes less flexible and rough. This phenomenon is termed as ‘dry skin’. Certain skin disorders and systemic diseases also produce dry skin.
    Moyzen produces thin occlusive film on the Stratum corneum, which prevents loss of moisture from skin surface.

    Indications:
    Dry skin conditions.

    Directions for use:
    Apply to the affected area and rub well. Use as often as required. Recommended units for application – Face and neck 2.5 fingertip units, Arm (shoulder-wrist) – 3 fingertip units, Hand -1 fingertip unit, Leg- 6 fingertip units, Foot – 2 fingertip units.

    Precautions:
    Do not rub skin with towel after Moyzen application.

    Presentation:
    Lamitube of 100g (3.53 oz)

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  • Moyzen Liquid

    Softens and Rehydrates Dry Skin

    Composition:
    Light Liquid Paraffin 63.4% w/w Base q.s. (Formulation available – I.P. Domestic, B.P. – Export)

    Mode of action:
    Stratum corneum is the surface layer of the epidermis. Water content of Stratum corneum (10%) is controlling factor in maintaining skin flexibility. When water content falls below 10%, Stratum corneum becomes less flexible and rough. This phenomenon is termed as ‘dry skin’. Certain skin disorders and systemic diseases also produce dry skin.
    Moyzen produces thin occlusive film on the Stratum corneum, which prevents loss of moisture from skin surface.

    Indications:
    For the relief of dry skin associated with Contact dermatitis, Atopic dermatitis, Senile Pruritus, Ichthyosis and related dry skin conditions.

    Directions for use:
    Apply Moyzen on wet skin, preferably after bathing and thereafter pat skin dry.

    Precautions:
    Do not rub skin with towel after Moyzen application.

    Presentation:
    HDPE bottle of 100ml (3.38 fl.oz.)

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