WHAT IS ATOPICLAIR ORGANIC SKIN EMOLLIENT CREAM
Atopiclair cream is made by Menarini Labs, developed in France as a dry skin emollient. Atopiclair cream contains neither paraben nor scent. Atopiclair cream is a steroid-free, paraben-free, and scent-free emollient cream. Atopiclair organic skin emollient cream is a class IIa medical device indicated in the treatment of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis or very dry sensitive skin conditions in adults and children over the age of 6 months. Used widely as an anti-aging skin moisturizer with great positive results.
Atopiclair cream is a new, non-steroidal cream that is designed to relieve the symptoms and signs of eczema (atopic dermatitis) and allergic dermatitis (contact dermatitis) and psoriasis. People with eczema have a weakened skin barrier that makes their skin easily irritated, itchy, and prone to flare up with a red rash. Atopiclair Cream is a unique, clinically proven, non-steroidal treatment that can be used during the flare and remission phases of atopic dermatitis (eczema). It is steroid-free, scent-free and paraben-free, safe even for infants and relieves itching, burning, and pain associated with the skin condition.
Atopiclair cream prevents loss of skin moisture for up to 72 hours and offers longer-lasting hydration by restoring your child’s natural skin oils, easing their discomfort, and protecting your child from future flare-ups so they can have better fun. Atopiclair nonsteroidal cream helps to relieve dry, waxy skin by maintaining a moist skin environment, which is beneficial to the healing process.
Clinical trials, in adults and children, have shown that Atopiclair emollient cream relieves the itch and redness associated with eczema. These studies also demonstrated that patients using Atopiclair were significantly less likely to need a steroid treatment than patients using an emollient base cream.
Atopiclair Cream also harnesses the power of Shea Butter and Hyaluronic Acid, an ingredient known for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, to promote healing. The cream is a creamier version of the Atopiclair lotion. The antiseptic smell is far stronger in the cream versus the lotion, which means that ingredients in the cream are in a higher concentration versus a lotion-based solution. It does take a while to absorb completely so you may want to avoid contact with things for a few minutes after application.
One suffering from eczema should reapply their emollients at regular intervals, even when they are not experiencing symptoms. This is where the cream comes in handy. It can be tossed into one’s bag and carried around (this 30g tube is not going weigh down your bag) and soothe or treat areas of concern on the go.
ATOPICLAIR DRY SKIN EMOLLIENT CREAM BENEFITS
- Possesses a threefold action against atopic dermatitis:
- It soothes itching rapidly,
- It restores the skin barrier function, in particular by moisturizing superficial skin layer,
- It protects the skin and avoids the appearance of new episodes.
HOW TO USE ATOPICLAIR DRY SKIN EMOLLIENT CREAM
Atopiclair cream should be applied to affected areas 3 times per day during inflammatory episodes or as an anti-ageing skin moisturizing remedy. Atopiclair cream was tested in monotherapy treatment of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis in adults, children, and infants aged 6 months and over. It was well-tolerated during these trials, has no any side-effects. Atopiclair can be used alone during remission phases, or in combination with dermo corticosteroids during inflammatory episodes.
For the management of dry and itchy skin conditions such as eczema and dermatitis
ATOPICLAIR® can be used alone during remission phases, or in combination with dermo corticosteroids during inflammatory episodes.
- Apply Atopiclair cream to areas affected by rash and to areas that itch or show other symptoms
- Apply 2 to 3 times a day (or as needed)
- There is no restriction on how long Atopiclair can be used
- Atopiclair can be used with other topical medicines
- For optimum results, use Atopiclair Cream for flare-ups and irritation.