Harlequin ichthyosis is the most serious form of ichthyosis. It affects newborn infant. The infant is covered with plates of thick skin that crack and split apart.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for Harlequin ichthyosis. It is essential to consult a doctor. To reduce the symptoms of this disease, it is important to use moisturizing and soothing companion care products.
The Hydrating Gel Plus HS can be used as a companion care by people with Harlequin Ichthyosis. This product offers an intense moisturizing and a long-lasting soothing. In addition, it is suitable for infants thanks to its very pure and safe formulation with only 8 ingredients. It does not contain occlusive ingredients, which allows long-term use without side effects.
Recommended skin care for ichthyosis
Intense and long-lasting moisturising. Soothes. Helps repair skin. Proven efficacy. Safe & pure formulation. For dry, sensitive or irritated skin (ichthyosis...).
Intense and long-lasting moisturising and soothing. Helps repair skin irritated by ichthyosis. Proven efficacy. Very safe & pure formulation. Patented technology.
Testimonials of persons suffering from ichthyosis and using Skintifique products
Before, I was using other creams on my hands, and I needed to use them several times every day. Today, using the Hydrating Gel Plus HS only 2-3 times a day is enough. It is much more moisturising than the other gels that I used. I feel that my hands are much softer than before.
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