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Extremely dry, irritated and atopic skin > [10] results
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Video - Very dry and irritated skin

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Video - Very dry and irritated skin

 
Golden rules > [1] result
 

10 pieces of advice on how to take care of your body skin

Beautiful, healthy skin requires daily care, which will leave it softer, suppler and radiantly beautiful!

 
Focus on... > [3] results
 

Atopic dermatitis,
an allergic skin condition
that affects extremely dry skin.

Atopic eczema or atopic dermatitis is a common skin disorder, which often appears at around the age of three months, but can also develop at an earlier age. To reduce the number of outbreaks, avoid contact with allergens and regularly apply emollient creams.

Weakened skin, repeated aggression: targeted actions for helping it to repair itself

Daily exposure to external aggressors and irritants weakens the skin on the hands and lips, and this has repercussions.

Beware of the hands and lips: high-risk areas!

Manual professions, housework, environmental aggression...

 
3 questions to an expert > [2] results
 

"Don't underestimate the consequences of weakened skin"

Health care providers, catering staff, manual laborers, hairdressers, bakers... the list of professions in which the hands are repeatedly exposed to aggression is long.

Emollient creams help
decrease the frequency
of outbreaks.

Interview with a dermatologist who speaks about treating atopic dermatitis in children.

 
Testimonies > [1] result
 

“Hugo’s eczema
finally went away

By meticulously following the dermatologist’s advice, Hugo had fewer and fewer eczema spells until it completely disappeared. His mother tells the story.

 
Key Figure > [1] result
 

Key Figure - 58% This is the percentage of atopic children ...

58% This is the percentage of atopic children who have problems sleeping.


Source : Clinical trial conducted on 209 children, ages 2 to 16, with light to moderate atopic dermatitis.

 
True or False ? > [1] result
 

Dermocorticoids are recommended for treating itchiness.

TRUE
Creams that contain corticoids, called dermocorticoids, treat skin lesions as soon as they appear. In a remission phase, intensely moisturising emollient creams help restore the skin barrier and fight against cutaneous dryness.

 

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