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Brand name: Skin Relief Sorbolene Moisturiser with 10% Glycerin (Kenkay) TM
Active ingredients: glycerol + cetomacrogol aqueous cream
On April 27, 2023 Skin Relief Sorbolene Moisturiser with 10% Glycerin (Kenkay) was not listed on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG).
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Other medicines that contain: glycerol + cetomacrogol aqueous cream
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