The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has warned the public to stop using four skin creams, used for diaper rash and eczema, after they were found to contain “undeclared potent ingredients”.
The four creams flagged by HSA in a statement on Monday (July 1) are:
- An unlabelled diaper cream supplied by a traditional practitioner in Malaysia
- D’Splendid Kidzema Cream
- Clair de Lune P. Tuberose Day Cream, and
- Clair de Lune S. Involcurata Night Cream
HSA’s tests showed that the creams contained ingredients such as steroids, antibiotics and antifungals.