3.25 oz. Cavilon Durable Barrier Cream by 3M (12/CASE)

3.25 oz. Cavilon Durable Barrier Cream by 3M (12/CASE)

$48.00

3.25 oz. Cavilon Durable Barrier Cream Protects at-risk skin from damage associated with incontinence and moisturizes severely dry skin Unique, polymer-based formula resists wash off and eliminates the need for frequent reapplication Concentrated formula requires less product with each application than typical moisture barriers Allows tapes and dressings to adhere CHG compatible; hypoallergenic

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Provides Patient Comfort – Moisturizes as it protects skin against incontinence-associated dermatitis
Long-Lasting – Resists wash-off and requires fewer applications than typical moisture barriers, saving time and effort
Allows Adhesives to Adhere – Vanishes into the skin, allowing tapes and dressings to adhere. It does not clog briefs or diapers.
Clinically Proven Protection – Hypoallergenic formula contains dimethicone for skin protection and comfort
Compatible with CHG
Protecting at-risk skin from damage associated with incontinence
Moisturizing severely dry skin

Concentrated, long-lasting protection against incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD).
A unique moisturizing barrier cream formulated with 3M polymers for patients at risk from incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD). Concentrated, fragrance-free cream requires the less frequent application and resists washing off, making care easier. The hypoallergenic formula contains dimethicone to better protect patients’ skin. Compatible with chlorhexidine gluconate (CHG) and can be used with tapes and dressings.

Suggested Applications

Protecting at-risk skin from damage associated with incontinence
Moisturizing severely dry skin

Additional Information

Dimensions 7.0 × 5.4 × 6.7 in

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