LHP – antiseptic cream free from antibiotics

LHP is an OTC medicine (VUM) in the form of an antiseptic cream that keeps small wounds free from bacteria and prevents infections. The cream contains hydrogen peroxide, an antiseptic substance that the bacteria cannot develop resistance against. This means you can use LHP as much and as often as you need without having to worry about antibiotic resistance.

LHP is used for small and superficial wounds such as scrapes, abrasions, broken cuticles, cracked skin, cold sores and insect bites. Preventing the wound from getting infected promotes a more rapid and effective healing process.

How to use LHP

Apply a thin layer of LHP on the wound 1-2 times daily. You can cover the wound with a gauze or a patch if necessary.

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Size: 10 g

LHP cream contains hyrdrogen peroxide and is an antiseptic cream that keeps minor shallow wounds such as abrasions, blisters, hangnails, selfcracks, cold sores and insect bites clean. Apply 1-2 times daily on the wounded area. The treatment should not exceed 2 weeks. Avoid contact with the eyes. Contains propylene glycol that can cause skin irritation. Read the patient information leaflet carefully before use.

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