For Atopic Dermatitis and Allergy prone skin
This TOPIC soft Dead Sea Dunaliella based cleansing foam gently cleanses the skin while reducing redness dryness, relieving skin itchiness and supporting skin barrier function. A soft foam texture great for delicate skin. Suitable for daily use as a soap substitute. Suitable for newborns.Features :
- Reduces irritation, dryness and redness.
- Gentle body foam wash suitable for newborns and delicate skins.
- Moisturizes and softens.
- Clinically tested on atopic-dermatitis prone skin
- Ideal for reducing symptoms during light and medium flare-ups.
- Can be used as a complementary remedy in conjunction with atopic dermatitis medications.
- SLS/SLES free
- Allergy tested
- Approved for sensitive skin
- Free of animal testing
- Produced without petroleum, harsh synthetic Ingredients, or GMO's
- Vegan and cruelty free
Clinical results :
31% reduction in itchiness
35% reduction in skin crusts
Active Ingredients :
- Dunaliella Salina extract anti oxidant properties (rich with pro-vitamin A, a beta carotene )
- Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract - botanical moisturizer, protector,and a natural skin-soothing agent
- Grapefruit peel oil (INCI Citrus Grandis )- skin softener
- ABCD - anti-irritant anti inflammatory complex
What is Atopic Dermatitis :
- The most common form of the skin disorder known as eczema, characterized by areas of severe itching, redness, scaling, and loss of the surface of the skin. Typically affects young children on the face and extensor surfaces of the arms and legs (elbow and knee sides) Older children and adults are usually affected on the sides of the neck and on the inside of the elbow and knee. Frequently associated with other atopic (allergic) disorders, especially asthma and allergic rhinitis (hay fever)
- Most often affects infants and young children.
- In some instances, it may persist into adulthood or actually first show up later in life.
- A large number of patients tend to have a long-term course with various flare ups and remissions.
- Many children enter into a permanent remission phase when they get older, although their skin may remain somewhat dry and easily irritated.
- Dry skin is a very common complaint and an underlying cause of some of the typical rash symptoms.
- Skin becomes extremely itchy and inflamed, causing redness, swelling, cracking, weeping, crusting, and scaling.
- When the rash has been present over a prolonged period, chronic changes may occur due to the constant scratching and rubbing.
- Moisturizing skin frequently can be very beneficial. Short lukewarm baths with the addition of emulsifying oils are recommended. Let the body dry naturally after bathing.
- Apply an emollient all over the body while still wet, to seal in moisture and allow water to be absorbed through the skin stratum.
- Topical steroids (hydrocortisone) in ointment form are currently the preferred treatment and are known to produce favorable responses. Steroids should be discontinued when lesions disappear and resumed when new patches arise.
- Immunomodulators natural or synthetic substances that help regulate or normalize the immune system have also been found to be effective.
- Ultraviolet light therapy.
- Soft, pure cotton fabrics are non-irritating and are recommended attire for sufferers of atopic dermatitis.
- Clothes should be washed in mild detergents only.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Suitable for daily use, as a soap substitute. Recommended to follow with Clineral TOPIC Body Cream
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract - botanical moisturizer, protector,and a natural skin-soothing agent
Grapefruit peel oil (INCI Citrus Grandis )- skin softener
ABCD - anti irritant anti inflammatory complex