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Cetaphil RestoraDerm Skin Restoring Body Moisturiser for eczema, dry and itchy skin- 295ml


  • One or more ingredients have been tested on people with psoriasis and proven beneficial
  • Moisturising relief for very dry, itchy, eczema-prone skin
  • Helps to repair the skin’s protective barrier
  • Suitable for use by infants over 3 months
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Description

If you have dry skin as a result of atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, or eczema, it is likely that the skin’s protective barrier has been damaged. This allows excess moisture to escape due to evaporation, potentially making the dryness and itching worse.

For sufferers of dry skin conditions, it’s important to hydrate and soothe the skin to relieve dryness and irritation and also to help the skin repair its natural defence mechanism against moisture loss.

Cetaphil RestoraDerm Skin Restoring Body Moisturiser helps your skin do this. Its clinically-proven combination of ceramide and Filaggrin technology™ has a strong emollient action that strengthens the protective layer, restores hydration, brings lasting relief to the skin, and helps protect it from future damage.

Many common household creams, lotions, and gels contain elements that are harmful to people with dry skin. Colorants, preservatives, and fragrances can further strip oils from the skin and worsen the moisture loss.

This product is free of these irritants. It is a gentle formula that can be used on the whole body as part of the daily skincare routine, and is easily absorbed by the skin. It is safe for use on sensitive skin of all ages, except for babies under the age of 3 months.

Ingredients

The ingredients in Cetaphil RestoraDerm Skin Restoring Body Moisturiser are:

  • Water
  • Glycerin
  • Caprylic/Capric triglyceride
  • Helianthus annus (sunflower) seed oil
  • Pentylene glycol
  • Butyrospermum parkii (shea butter)
  • Sorbitol
  • Cyclopentasiloxane
  • Cetearyl alcohol
  • Behenyl alcohol
  • Glyceryl stearate
  • Tocopheryl acetate
  • Hydroxypalmitoyl sphinganine
  • Niacinamide
  • Allantoin
  • Panthenol
  • Arginine
  • Disodium ethylene dicocamide PEG-15 disulfate
  • Glyceryl stearate citrate
  • Sodium PCA
  • Ceteareth-20
  • Sodium polyacrylate
  • Caprylyl glycol
  • Citric acid
  • Dimethiconol
  • Disodium EDTA
  • Sodium hyaluronate
  • Cetyl alcohol

Directions

Cetaphil RestoraDerm Skin Restoring Body Moisturiser can be applied liberally to the whole body after cleansing the skin. Use it as needed or as directed by your doctor.

Precautions

Cetaphil RestoraDerm Skin Restoring Body Moisturiser may contain ingredients that some people are hypersensitive to. Check the list and do not use if you have an allergy to any of them.

This moisturiser can be used by children over 3 months of age, but should be stored out of their sight and reach. Use externally only and avoid contact with the eyes.

Side Effects

In the event of skin irritation, stop using the cream. However, there are no known side effects of using Cetaphil RestoraDerm Skin Restoring Body Moisturiser and it is not known to interact with other medications.

Research & Evidence

For people with Eczema

HelloSkin’s experts have not been able to find clinical data on the use of Cetaphil RestoraDerm Eczema Calming Body Moisturiser in people with atopic dermatitis. However, glycerin, which is one of the ingredients, is found naturally in the skin where it helps attract and retain water from the deeper skin layers, thereby helping to keep the skin hydrated and moist (1).

In dry skin conditions, including atopic dermatitis, water loss from the upper skin layer is linked to a impaired skin barrier function, which can worsen the disease symptoms (2).

In patients with atopic dermatitis, a glycerin cream compared with a glycerin free control applied twice daily for 4 weeks was able to hydrate stratum corneum and restore the skin barrier function during the treatment (3).


References

  1. Dermatol Ther. 2004;17 Suppl 1:49-56
  2. Am J Clin Dermatol. 2003;4(11):771-88
  3. Skin Pharmacol Physiol. 2008;21(1):39-45
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