Dyshidrosis treatments

There are many dyshidrosis treatments available. The severity of your outbreak usually determines which treatments doctors will suggest. For the most severe case, dermatologists may prescribe phototherapy, steroid pills, antihistamines, or anti-itch cream.

One effective treatment recommended by dermatologists for mild or moderate dyshidrotic eczema is to moisturise and use skin barrier cream.

The Skintifique Eczema Pack is particularly suitable for people suffering from dyshidrotic eczema. Indeed, it contains two complementary products which work together to moisturise, relieve itching and protect the skin. These products have also very pure and safe formulations to respect the most sensitive skin. This pack contains:

  • Moisturising Lotion HP moisturises and protects the skin from environmental stressors that can help trigger dyshidrosis outbreaks
  • Hydrating Gel Plus HS moisturises and soothes intensely, relieves itchy skin, and helps repair skin irritated by dyshidrosis.

 

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Recommended skin care for dyshidrosis or dyshidrotic eczema

Eczema (or dermatitis) pack

Eczema Pack

Intense and long-lasting moisturising and soothing. Protects skin from environmental stressors which can trigger dyshidrosis outbreaks. Proven efficacy. Very safe & pure formulations.

 

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Moisturising Lotion HP

Moisturising Lotion HP

Very pure moisturising lotion which hydrates and protects skin from environmental stressors (pollution, dryness, metals...) that can irritate and help trigger dyshidrosis outbreaks.

 

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Hydrating Gel Plus HS

Hydrating Gel Plus HS

This cream provides an intense and long-lasting moisturising, soothes and helps repair skin which is irritated by dyshidrosis. Very pure & safe formulation.

 

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 What are the results of Skintifique products on dyshidrosis?

 

Below are photos of a woman suffering from dyshidrotic eczema on both hands due to a Nickel allergy. After using the Protective Cream HPS to protect her skin against contact with Nickel, the Moisturising Lotion HP to moisturise her skin by day, and the Hydrating Gel Plus HS to repair her skin by night, a very clear improvement can be seen.

 

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 Testimonials of persons suffering from dyshidrosis and using Skintifique products

 

For more than 2 months now, I have chosen French products Skintifique which are formulated for allergic skins, with an excellent composition. These products have far-reaching hydrating, nourishing and protecting effects. The results are here: I have no more dyshidrosis, no more eczema and my skin is reconstructing as I continue to use these products.

Sandrine (Allerg'Atopie), Suffers from dyshidrotic eczema

 

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Skintifique, efficient and safe dermatological skin care

Patented technologies

Patented technologies

Behind our minimalist formulations are genuine scientific breakthroughs.

The brand’s scientists and collaborators have new technologies to maximise products’ efficacy and achieve properties that aren’t possible in standard formulations.

 

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100% pure compositions

100% pure compositions

Skintifique products have extremely pure formulations, with a limited number of ingredients to minimise the risk of skin reaction.

All the products are paraben free, fragrance-free, EDTA-free, BPA free, sulphates free, silicone free, alcohol-free, mineral oil free, lanolin free.

 

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An exceptional efficacy

An exceptional efficacy

The efficacy of Skintifique products is scientifically proven.

Scientifically controlled tests have been carried out to demonstrate the efficacy of products to protect, cleanse, moisturise and soothe sensitive, allergic, dry, irritated or damaged skin.

 

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