If you are unfamiliar with the various treatment options for rash then check out our self-help page. Remember to always discuss over-the-counter treatment with your local pharmacist so they can check if it is suitable for your condition and safe for you to take.

Emollients are the mainstay of treatment for eczema and dry skin and should be applied at least twice a day.

Topical Emollients

If you suspect you have a bacterial eye infection causing conjunctivitis then you can obtain antibiotic eye drops over the counter at your local pharmacy.

Aquadrate Cream
Aveeno Cream/Lotion
Balneum Cream
Calmurid Cream
Cetraben Cream/Lotion
Dermamist Spray
Dermol 500 Lotion
Dermol Cream
Dermol Wash
Diprobase Cream/Ointment/Lotion
Doublebase Gel
Doublebase Emollient Wash Gel
Doublebase Dayleve Gel
E45 Cream
Emollin Spray
Emulsiderm Emollient
Epaderm Ointment/Cream
Eucerin Intensive Cream
Flexitol Skin/Heel/Hand Balm
Hydromol Cream/Ointment
Hydromol Intensive
Linola Gamma Cream
Nelsons Calendula Cream
Lipobase Cream
Neutrogena Cream
Nutraplus Cream
Oilatum Emollient/Cream
Oilatum Junior Cream
QV Cream/Lotion/Ointment
Unguentum M Cream

Bath/Shower Emollients

Aveeno Bath and Shower Oil
Balneum Bath Oil
Cetraben Emollient Bath Additive
Dermalo Bath Emollient
Dermol 200 Shower Emollient
Dermol 600 Bath Emollient
Doublebase Emollient Shower Gel
Doublebase Emollient Bath Additive
Hydromol Bath and Shower Emollient
Oilatum Bath Formula
Oilatum Shower Gel
Oilatum Junior Bath Additive
QV Bath oil

Creams to help with itching

Virasoothe Chickenpox Relief Cooling Gel and Spray Gel
Eurax Cream
Magicool Plus Itchy Skin Summer Spray
E45 Itch Relief Cream

Over-the-counter treatments listed on this page are available at your local pharmacy. Find your closest pharmacy below.