Harlequin ichthyosis – also called Ichthyosis, Harlequin Type – is the most serious form of ichthyosis. It affects newborn infants. 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.
We know that people suffering from ichthyosis need use large quantities of moisturizers. This is why we offer specific price conditions for people who need large quantities. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
The Hydrating Gel Plus HS moisturizes, soothes and helps repair skin irritated by ichthyosis.
It is an exceptionally effective, pure and safe cream, with 98,9% natural ingredients.
It has a scientifically proven effectiveness. This cream provides an intense and long-lasting moisturizing, soothes and helps repair skin.
It is suitable for babies, children, and adults.
The Hydrating Gel Plus HS is available as a Pack of 3, as well as in larger quantities at an interesting price. Contact us to learn more.
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