Treatments for atopic dermatitis

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Eucerin AtopiControl

Phase-adapted care for atopic skin

Cream for Eczema flare-up

Dry, atopic skin

AtopiControl Acute Care Cream

  • Intensive care for an Atopic Dermatitis flare-up
  • Localised treatment for irritated and itchy patches of skin
  • For face and body
  • With Licochalcone A, Decanediol, Menthoxypropandiol and Ceramides
  • Soothes skin and supports a good night’s sleep1
  • Enhances quality of life1
  • Suitable for adults, children and babies over three months

1 When used alongside Eucerin AtopiControl Lotion. Source: Beiersdorf research, AtopiControl PiU claim support, May 2017

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Tips

Avoid water that is too hot (>32°C) and take quick showers rather than long baths.

Avoid harsh cleansers and body washes which can strip skin of its natural oils and exacerbate symptoms.

Pat rather than rub skin dry and apply your care product immediately after showering.

Care products can be kept in the fridge as the cooling effect may offer additional itch relief.

Keep children’s nails short to reduce damage to their skin when they scratch.

Eucerin UreaRepair PLUS

Immediate + 48h dry skin relief

Tips

Even on cloudy days the sun can dry out skin and cause premature skin aging. We recommend year-round sun protection with products suitable for dry skin and with an appropriate SPF.

Avoid overheated rooms with low humidity during the winter.

Don’t use harsh soaps or detergents on dry and extremely dry skin. Always choose gentle cleansers formulated to maintain the lipid balance of your skin.

If you suffer from dry or very dry skin, don’t shower more than once a day or bathe for more than 10 minutes*. This will help to prevent your skin from drying out.

*AAD recommendation

When showering or bathing, try to avoid using water that is too warm as that may dry out your skin even more.

Hyal-Urea

for facial dry skin with wrinkles