Dystrophic Epidermolysis bullosa (DEB) is one of the major forms of EB. This rare inherited disease is characterized by cutaneous and mucosal fragility that cause generalized blistering of the skin and superficial ulcerations.
For the moment, there is no cure for DEB. Treatment generally focuses on managing symptoms. It is then important to adopt companion care products in order to moisturize and relieve the damaged skin.
The Hydrating Gel Plus HS is used as companion care by some people with dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa. Thanks to its exclusive and patented technology, the Hydrating Gel Plus HS has a unique moisturizing and soothing power and helps repair irritated skin. With a safe and pure formulation, this cream is suitable for babies, children and adults.
People affected by dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa often need large quantities of moisturizers. That is why we created the Pack of 3 tubes of Hydrating Gel Plus HS which offers a great saving over the purchase of 1 tube. If you need even larger quantities, do not hesitate to contact us.
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What are the results of Skintifique products on epidermolysis bullosa?
Alexia, 35 years old, is a young woman who suffers from epidermolysis bullosa. She usually uses a classic moisturiser, which she applies at least twice a day: after her shower and after care / bandages.
Alexia has started using the Hydrating Gel Plus HS and has quickly felt real benefits on the quality of her skin. After using it for one week, she has noticed that her skin is more elastic and less dry, indicating that these changes had also been noted by the nurses in charge of her cares and bandages. She also indicated that the gel really soothes the itching.
In addition, Alexia had quickly decreased the quantity of Hydrating Gel Plus HS which she applies daily. Only one daily application is now needed, after her cares.
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