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Soothing care for atopic skin – even during itchy flare-ups
Eucerin AtopiControl is a range of dermo cosmetic products that care for for dry and irritable skin and also atopic skin during inactive phases and when flare-ups occur. Each has been clinically and dermatologically proven to reduce dryness, scaling and tension while relieving itching and all are proven to be compatible with atopic skin.
The Basic Care lotions and creams contain a combination of Omega-6-fatty acids and Licochalcone A to replenish skin, restoring its natural barrier and making it more resilient. As well as hydrating skin intensively, these products reduce the roughness, itch and tightness associated with atopic skin.
The Active Care range includes Eucerin's new AtopiControl Acute Care Cream. Its skin caring properties significantly improve the skin's appearance during flare-up phases and help reduce the use of hydrocortisone during flare-ups. A clinical study shows a comparable cosmetic effect of the skin caring properties of Eucerin AtopiControl Acute Care Cream to the effects of a 1 % hydrocortisone cream on the complexion of atopic skin. AtopiControl Acute Care Cream is not a pharmaceutical product and is not meant to replace one. The other product in the Active Care range is Eucerin AtopiControl Anti-itch Care Spray which, as its name suggests, gives instant relief to itchy skin.
No fragrances, colourants or parabens have been used in this range and products are suitable for children and babies over the age of 3 months (or 3 years for Eucerin AtopiControl Anti-Itch Care Spray).
Daily cleansing – in the morning and in the evening – is a fundamental part of an effective skin care routine.
Because acne is an illness affecting the skin, your medical insurance might cover the cost of the medicinal treatment.
Avoid unprotected exposure to ageing UV rays – always use formulas such as Eucerin Hyaluron-Filler Day Cream SPF 15 with in-built sunscreen.
Avoid using strong soaps and detergents
Even the best acne therapy is in vain if acne is repeatedly aggravated by comedogenic cosmetics. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice concerning the right choice of cosmetic products.