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Sorion Cream - 50g

Sorion Cream - 50g


  • Cream to soothe and repair reddened and irritated skin
  • Suitable for sufferers of psoriasis and eczema
  • Contains natural Ayurvedic ingredients
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Description

Sorion Cream is an Ayurvedic-based treatment for dry, rough, reddened, and irritated skin. Its blend of ingredients has been used for thousands of years to treat skin conditions in India.

Suitable for daily use and as complementary care alongside other skincare treatments, it helps to calm, repair, and protect skin that has become dry and damaged. It is especially useful for itchy and/or flaky skin due to conditions such as psoriasis, neurodermatitis, eczema, and herpes.

This product is free of most of the irritants often found in other common creams and lotions, such as colours and preservatives.  Its natural ingredients mean this cream can generally be used even on the most sensitive skin.

The blend of coconut oil with neem, turmeric, Indian madder and sweet indrajao has a range of positive effects on the skin, with antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antioxidant actions.

The cream has a fast-acting effect on itching, scaling, swelling, and reddening, as well as a lasting effect on the general health of the skin.

The Dermatest Seal. - Patch testing with temporally and localized contact on human skin with at least 30 subjects.

The dermatological test performed by Dermatest under the control of dermatological specialists was passed for Sorion Cream with the rating of "excellent".

The product did not lead to toxic- irritative intolerance reactions in patch testing carried out in accordance with international guidelines. The preparation can therefore be declared as dermatologically tested.

Ingredients

The ingredients in Sorion Cream are:

  • Petrolatum
  • Cocos nucifera oil
  • Cera Microcristallina
  • Paraffin
  • Azadirachta indica bark and leave extracts
  • Curcuma longa rhizome extract
  • Rubia cordifolia root and stem extracts
  • Wrightia tinctoria leaf oil
  • Parfum
  • BHA
  • Titanium dioxyde

Directions

Apply a thin layer of the cream to affected areas in the morning and evening. Massage it gently onto the skin until it is absorbed.

Where the skin is flaky or reddened, do not rub the cream in. Instead, apply a thin layer and allow the skin to absorb it naturally. Repeat this during the day for more intensive care of especially irritated skin.

Precautions

Sorion Cream is for external use only and care should be taken to avoid contact with the eyes and other mucous membranes. It should not be applied to open or weeping wounds, and do not use on cracked or infected skin.

After use, avoid direct sunlight on the patches of skin where it has been applied. Store it away from children, in a cool, dry place.

The colour and consistency of this cream may vary, due to its natural ingredient content, but this does not affect its healing actions.

It can be used by adults and children from 3 years and up and can generally be used safely during pregnancy but check your doctor if you are unsure.

If you are allergic to any of the ingredients, find an alternative treatment. In the event of an unexpected skin reaction, stop using the cream and seek medical advice.

Side Effects

Sorion Cream does not have any known side effects. No reported interactions with other medicinal products exist.

Research & Evidence

For people with Psoriasis

HelloSkin’s experts were unable to find clinical data on benefits of Sorion Cream in psoriatic lesions.

However, the product contains petrolatum and paraffin, which can help limit water from evaporating across the skin surface. Also, petrolatum may be able to penetrate into the upper layers of the skin, and help fill the spaces between dead skin cells (1).

It is known, that in dry skin conditions, including psoriasis, water loss from the upper skin layer is linked to a reduced skin barrier function, which may be worsening the disease symptoms (2).


References

  1. Skin Therapy Lett. 2014 Jan-Feb;19(1):5-10
  2. Am J Clin Dermatol. 2003;4(11):771-88
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