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What’s your experience with Cetomacrogol cream?

Posted February 26th, 2011 by

Used to treat dry, sensitive skin as well as eczema and itching, cetomacrogol cream FNA is a mitigating and protective skin cream.  It contains cetomacrogol (an emulsifying agent), cetiol (a fast-spreading dry emollient), sorbitol (a humectant and texturizing agent), water and the preservative sorbic acid.

At PatientsLikeMe, where more than 120,000 patients are sharing their experiences with conditions, symptoms, treatments and more, over 700 patients report dry skin.  The majority rate this symptom as either “moderate” (35%) or “severe” (17%).   Primary conditions representing include everything from fibromyalgia to depression, showing that this uncomfortable symptom affects all different types of patients.

Only one member currently reports using cetomacrogol cream for dry skin.  Her treatment evaluation of cetomacrogol cream, which she rates as “moderately” effective, notes that “a little bit seemed to go a long way” and that she also used the cream as a facial moisturizer prior to makeup application.  However, she discontinued it after a year and a half of use.

If you’ve tried cetomacrogol cream or another therapeutic skin lotion, we encourage you to share your experiences to help other patients.  PatientsLikeMe’s unique data-sharing platform allows you to share detailed data about all types of treatments, interventions and lifestyle modifications that have helped you or simply had no effect.


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