Your Routine Package for "Itchy Skin"

Your Routine Package for "Itchy Skin"

  • This package has got you covered 24/7
  • Especially designed for people living with Eczema & Itchy Skin
  • Developed by listening to our users reports
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When you have eczema and itchy skin, it is essential to find the best skin care products that will help you manage your symptoms and soothe your skin.

We know how difficult it is to find the right skin care products that match exactly with your specific needs. That’s why we conducted a survey to help you find the right combination of products for you. Based on the responses we got, we have put together different packages to make it easy for you.

Regularly moisturising with emollients can help ease the itchiness associated with eczema while also easing redness and locking in moisture. For this reason, we introduce you the importance of the emollient therapy.

This Routine Package contains the following products:

  1. Aveeno Daily Moisturising Body Wash for dry and sensitive skin - 500ml;
  2. Aveeno Cream (moisturising cream) for Dry and Sensitive skin & Eczema - 500ml
  3. Epaderm Ointment for Psoriasis, Eczema & Dry Skin - 500g

The products in this package are collected to moisturise and fully protect your skin throughout the diverse occasions in your entire day, so that you can use the right product during the right situation, namely:

  • when showering or bathing
  • during the day
  • in the evening and during the night

What is emollient therapy?

Emollient therapy is a combination of cream, ointment, bath oil and emollient soap substitute and is an essential part of the skin care routine if you have eczema and suffer from itchy skin.

What are the benefits of an emollient therapy?

  • Intensive use of emollients will reduce the need for topical steroids. (It should be emphasised to all patients that the quantity and frequency of use of emollients should be far greater than that of other therapies they may be given.) (1)
  • Emollients are the primary treatment for eczema because they restore the defective skin barrier function, which reduces the frequency and severity of flare-ups. (2)
  • The use of an emollient therapy is one of the simplest, safest and most effective methods to control atopic eczema and uses emollient cream, ointments, emollient soap substitutes and emollient bath and shower products. (3)

When showering and bathing

A good skin care routine starts in the shower and bath. Use a soap substitute with emollient properties instead of a regular soap.

In the survey, 100% agree that Aveeno daily moisturising body wash for dry and sensitive skin had the effect that they were looking for to alleviate their symptoms. (4)

Straight after showering, apply a leave-on emollient, which will help trap moist in the skin. Gently dry your skin by patting with a towel and then apply the emollient on the affected skin areas. Remember to apply in the direction of hair growth.

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Throughout the day

Try to wear soft and loose clothes that will make you feel comfortable. Clothes and shoes that are too tight can increase skin irritation and induce flare-ups Do not allow your skin to dry out throughout the day. Instead, apply a moisturiser whenever your skin feels dry, itchy or irritated.

In the survey, 100% strongly agreed that Aveeno moisturising cream for eczema, dry and psoriasis had the effect that they were looking for to alleviate their symptoms. (5)

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Evening and night

Additionally, an ointment or a high fat cream might be ideal for applying before bedtime. In this way, you avoid getting your clothes messy.

In the survey, 100% strongly agreed that Epaderm ointment had the effect that they were looking for to alleviate their symptoms. (6)

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If you want to learn more about Application of Emollients and Moisturisers download our E-book and Booklet: Guidance for the Application of Emollients and Moisturisers here


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2- National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health. Atopic eczema in children: management of atopic eczema in children from birth up to the age of 12 years. Clinical Guideline December 2007 (NICE Eczema Full Guideline),

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4- 1 respondent

5- 8 respondents

6- 3 respondents

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