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AQUAporin ACTIVE Body Care

An innovative face and body care range that moisturises from within.

Tips

Extreme sunlight, intense heat and bitter cold all might cause dehydration. Moisturise well to protect your skin.

Eucerin pH5

Restores skin’s natural defenses with pH5 Balance System.

Tips

A consistent daily skincare routine can help to reduce sensitive skin reactions.

Choose cleansers and care products that have been specially formulated for dry sensitive skin.

If your condition persists or worsens, consult your doctor or dermatologist.

If you’re sensitive to fragrance, choose perfume-free products. The body Lotion, Washlotion and Shower Oil in the pH5 range are all available in fragrance-free versions.

Eucerin UreaRepair PLUS

Immediate relief PLUS 48h delay of dry skin symptoms

Tips

As UV light increases the rate of skin ageing, and skin ageing can increase the risk of dryness, it is advisable to use effective sun protection.

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.

AtopiControl

Dermo-cosmetic skin care for dry and irritable skin

Tips

After showering or bathing, skin should be patted almost dry before applying treatments.
Skin care products could be kept in the fridge as cooled creams offer additional itch relief.
The need to itch can be reduced if children itch something else, like a doll.

Sun Protection

The Eucerin Sun Protection range offers expert sun protection for each skin type

Tips

After a chemical peeling, laser treatment, or in the case of drug-induced photosensitivity, use a very high Sun Protection Factor (SPF 50+).
Avoid extensive sun exposure, as even sun protection products with high Sun Protection Factors (SPFs) do not offer 100% protection.
Avoid the intense midday sun, which is usually from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, although this depends on your location.
Do not expose babies and small children to direct sunlight. Avoid sunburn at all cost! Keep children well covered, including a sun hat, t-shirt and sun glasses.
For small children, always use sunscreens with a high Sun Protection Factor (SPF).
Over-exposure to the sun is a serious health threat. Apply sun protection products generously before sun exposure. Applying an insufficient quantity of sunscreen will reduce the protective effect.
Re-apply sunscreen frequently in order to maintain an adequate level of protection, especially after sweating, swimming or toweling.