Free AproDerm Samples | Emollient Cream Sample

Simply sign up to get free AproDerm samples of their Emollient Cream and Colloidal Oat Cream that’s suitable for those suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.

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AproDerm is suitable from birth, and will soothe, moisturise, and protect skin. It can be used before bathing to help prevent skin drying out.

It’ll provide symptomatic relief for dry, red and inflamed skin, and can be used by those who are sensitive to SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulfate), and those with parabens sensitivity, and halogens, colours or fragrances.

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