FAQ

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Is Glaxal Base Moisturizer for dry skin Moisturizing Cream free of ingredients that are know to be eczema irritants?

Yes. Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream is free of ingredients that are known to be irritating to patients with eczema. Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream is also proud to carry the Seal of Acceptance from the Eczema Society of Canada (ESC).

Can I use Glaxal Base if I have psorlasis?

Yes. Glaxal Base can help alleviate the uncomfortable dryness and cracking that accompanies the symptoms of psoriasis.

I have very sensitive skin, can I use Glaxal Base?

Yes. Glaxal Base moisturizing creams and lotions help relieve and protect against the dryness, cracking, and chapping associated with sensitive skin and certain extreme skin conditions, such as psoriasis, rosacea, and eczema.

Is Glaxal Base hypoallergenic?

Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream and Glaxal Base Moisturizing Lotion are hypoallergenic, perfume-free, lanolin-free and non-greasy.

Can I apply Glaxal Base to my skin if I have sunburn?

Glaxal Base creams and lotions can provide soothing protection against the drying effects of the sun.

Can I use Glaxal Base after a dermatological treatment?

Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream can help soothe the dryness that may be associated with harsh dermatological treatments, helping to rehydrate the skin to replenish and protect the skin’s moisture barrier.

Are Glaxal Base products non-comedogenic/will they clog pores?

Glaxal Base is not classified as non-comedogenic as it does contain mineral oil, which is thought of as mildly comedogenic.

Do Glaxal Base products contain gluten?

No gluten is used in the manufacturing of Glaxal Base products, however they may contain trace amounts.

Do Glaxal Base products contain parabens?

Glaxal Base formulations do not contain parabens.

I am going through chemo/radiation and it has made my skin very dry.  Can I use Glaxal Base?

Yes. Radiation Oncology Centers across Canada recommend Glaxal Base Moisturizing Cream to patients undergoing radiation treatments to relieve associated dryness.

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