Aqueous cream is an emolient product often used to treat and protect skin with eczema by trapping moisture in the skin. Made of Liquid Paraffin & White Soft Paraffin • To apply to dry and very dry skin to moisturize the body • Reduce skin irritation & itchy skin • NO coloring & harmful chemicals Step 1 Dampen skin slightly with warm water. Pour a half teaspoon of aqueous cream into the palm of your hand. Add a small amount of warm water from the faucet and rub the mixture between your palms. Step 2 Spread the aqueous cream/water mixture over your face using a light patting — not rubbing — motion. Rubbing can tug and irritate the skin. Avoid your eyes and nostrils and keep the cream away from the inside of your mouth. Step 3 Rinse completely and thoroughly with lukewarm water. Any residue left on the skin may be irritating. Lightly pat your skin dry with a soft cloth. Step 4 Pat on a moisturizing lotion other than aqueous cream to lock in skin moisture. Do not rub or pull at the skin, as this can cause irritation. If you use a psoriasis treatment, wait 30 minutes after using aqueous cream before you apply.