Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid
Body wash for dry skin, very dry skin and extremely dry skin
Many soaps and cleansers contain harsh alkali detergents that wash away the epidermal lipids and moisturizing factors that form skin’s natural protective barrier. This leaves it prone to dryness and irritation.
Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid contains very gentle cleansing agents, making it suitable for cleansing very dry, rough body skin. It is further enriched with Urea and NMFs which protect skin from drying out further and relieve the itchiness that often comes with dry skin. The formula leaves skin smooth and supple and is ideal for daily cleansing as it moisturizes skin and supports its natural barrier function.
The body wash for dry skin is suitable for those with mature skin, Atopic Dermatitis and/or Psoriasis. It can also be used for adjunctive care.
Clinical and dermatological studies
Clinical and dermatological studies prove very good efficacy and tolerability, even on extremely dry and diseased skin.
How to use
- Use a small amount of the body wash, massage gently into a lather and apply on your skin
- Rinse thoroughly
- For best results, use in combination with Eucerin UreaRepair PLUS care products
Do’s and don’ts
Use this product if …
You have very dry, rough skin.
Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid is formulated to gently cleanse and moisturize very dry, rough skin and is soap-free.
Your skin tends to look or feel dry, itchy, scaly or tight after showering or bathing.
Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid is free-from harsh alkali detergents and irritating ingredients that can cause dry skin and aggravate dry skin symptoms.
Your skin is dry due to aging, Diabetes or Psoriasis.
Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid’s very gentle formula makes it an ideal cleansing product for age-induced dryness, Psoriasis and Diabetic skin.
Try a different product if …
You’re looking for a cleanser for atopic body skin.
Try Eucerin AtopiControl Bath and Shower Oil. Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid is suitable for atopic skin but has not been specially formulated to treat the condition.
You’re looking for a cleanser for sensitive skin on your body.
Try the extra mild Eucerin pH5 Shower Oil.
You have dry skin on your scalp and are looking for a shampoo.
We recommend Eucerin DermoCapillaire Calming Urea Shampoo.
You’re looking for a cleanser that is suitable for babies.
Try Eucerin AtopiControl Bath and Shower Oil which is suitable for babies from three months
How it works
Mild cleansing agents gently clean skin while Urea and other NMFs protect it from drying out further and support its natural barrier function.
- Deficiency of skin barrier lipids
- Deficiency of moisture binding substances such as Urea and other NMFs
- Mild cleansing agents gently clean skin
- Urea and other NMFs protect skin from drying out further
Is Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid safe for children?
This product is recommended for adults and has not been tested for children. For babies and children with dry skin and Atopic Dermatitis we recommend Eucerin AtopiControl. Most products in this range are suitable for babies over three months old.
What is the difference between Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL 5% Urea Washfluid and Eucerin AtopiControl Bath and Shower Oil?
Eucerin UreaRepair ORIGINAL Washfluid 5% Urea is a water-based cleanser with added moisturizing factors and is suitable for very dry, rough skin and Psoriasis. While it is also suitable for atopic skin, it has not been specially formulated for those with Atopic Dermatitis. Eucerin AtopiControl Bath and Shower Oil is an oil-based bathing product, so is ideally suited for very dry and atopic skin. It can also be used as a bath additive for babies from three months.
How can I tell if I have very dry skin or a skin condition or disease?
You can find information about dry skin as well as conditions such as Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) and Psoriasis on this website. You can also take our skin test to find out more about your skin type and condition and how best to care for it. If you are still unsure, or concerned about your symptoms, we recommend you ask a pharmacist or dermatologist for advice.