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Cellona® Cream

Fields of application

  • protective cream for skin in need of extra care
  • for skin exposed to aqueous solutions, surfactants, alkaline solutions
  • for protection when handling plaster of Paris or water-insoluble materials (e.g. oils and paints)


  • oil-in-water emulsion
  • pH-neutral
  • restores the oil balance of the skin
  • is quickly absorbed
  • regulates the moisture level and elasticity of the skin
  • promotes regeneration
  • provides protection against water, liquids, dirt, chemicals and cleansers

Protection and care of stressed skin

Cellona Cream is a protective cream for skin in need of extra care which is also suitable for use by healthcare professionals both in and outside hospital. It soothes skin which is stressed by ongoing contact with aqueous solutions such as surfactants and alkaline solutions. The cream also offers protection when handling plaster of Paris or water-insoluble substances such as
oils and paints.

Product composition

Cream: aqua (water), glyceryl stearate SE, cetearyl alcohol, isopropyl palmitate, propylene glycol, caprylic/ capric triglyceride, phenoxyethanol, methyl paraben, ethyl paraben, propyl paraben, butyl paraben, glyceryl ricinoleate, sodium cetearyl sulphate, parfum (fragrance)

Tube: aluminium.
Cap: polypropylene.
Jar: polypropylene, aluminium foil.
Lid: polystyrol.

Ordering information

Cellona® Cream

Contents (ml)
REFShipping Units (pcs.)Weight in kg (SC/TC)
in an aluminium tube
in a plastic jar

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