Dermalex Repair is a gel treatment for scalp psoriasis that reduces scaling, itching and redness. The gel works by normalising the production of skin cells and accelerating recovery of the scalp barrier. The strengthened barrier creates a protective cover that prevents water loss.
Dermalex Repair Scalp Psoriasis absorbs easily and is non-greasy. It is a dermatologocal gel developed to treat scalp issues defined by irritation, dandruff and flaking. The gel is also suitable for other body parts that are sensitive such as nose, ears, external genital area and skin folds.
It is an easy-to-use application and the gel is not visible in the hair after application.
Dermalex Repair Scalp Psoriasis contains no coal tar, steroids, colourants, pigments, keratolytic substances, sulphur, vitamin A-derivates, or vitamin D3 analogues.
The ingredients in Dermalex Repair Scalp Psoriasis are:
Modified alumino silicates
Alkaline earth minerals complex optimised for scalp psoriasis treatment
Push back the hair and apply a small amount of Dermalex Repair Scalp Psoriasis on the scalp. Then spread the gel over the psoriatic lesions with a whirling motion using your finger tips. Let the gel dry and make sure not to wash it out afterwards.
Apply the gel twice daily and always after washing your hair. When washing avoid the usage of regular shampoos and soaps that are alkaline and very drying to psoriatic skin. Pick a shampoo that washes but also moisturises.
Dermalex Repair Scalp Psoriasis can be applied as often as required for adults and children from the age of 6 years.
Do not use the gel on open wounds and use externally only. Store safely out of reach and sight of children.
No side effects have been detected for this product. However, some ingredients may cause allergic reactions for people hypersensitive to them.
The experts at HelloSkin were unable to find scientific data on the use of Dermalex Repair Psoriasis Scalp Gel on psoriatic plaques.
Nonetheless the product contains glycerol, which is a natural element present in the skin. In the skin, glycerol helps attract water from the deeper skin layer and bind water in the skin and thereby provide a moisturising effect (1).