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Galpharm Bites & Stings Relief 1% w/w Hydrocortisone Cream 10g


Quick Overview

Insect bites and stings can happen at any time of the year. In the UK, bites can come from midges, gnats, mosquitoes, flies, fleas, mites, ticks, and bedbugs. Saliva in these insects can react with the skin and cause inflammation, pain and itching.

Insect stings come from wasps, bees and hornets which inject venom into the skin, causing a burning sensation and swelling. The affected area may remain painful and itchy for a few days.

Insect bites and stings can be treated with Galpharm Bites and Stings Relief 1% w/w Cream containing 1.0% hydrocortisone, which reduces inflammation caused by insect stings and bites. Galpharm Bites and Stings Relief 1% w/w Cream rapidly relieves irritation, itching and swelling associated with insect bites and stings.

Galpharm Bites and Stings Relief 1% w/w Cream is a cost-effective alternative to branded hydrocortisone creams but with the same active ingredients.
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Galpharm Bites & Stings Relief 1% w/w Cream is used to treat insect bite and sting reactions. Not to be used for other bites or stings or for other skin conditions.

Directions for Use

Pierce the seal with point in top of cap.

Always read the product leaflet carefully before use

For adults and children over 10 years of age:
Use sparingly over a small area once or twice a day for a maximum period of 2-3 days.


Do not use on the eyes, face or ano-genital region, broken or infected skin including scabies, acne and infected bites and stings.

Do not use in pregnancy without medical advice.

Stop treatment if symptoms of hypersensitivity occur.

Do not use on children under 10.

If the condition does not improve after 2-3 days consult a doctor.

Do not store above 25 ° c


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