Does your child suffer from eczema? If so, Dexem Repair Cream may help alleviate some of the symptoms associated with dry and irritated skin.
What is Dexem Repair Cream?
Dexem Repair is a steroid-free eczema cream that can be used on both the face and body. The cream has been dermatologically tested and is suitable to use on infants & children. It also has clinically proven efficacy to reduce itch and redness.
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Suitable for use on infants and children, as well as by pregnant and breastfeeding women Dexem's biggest different to other non-steroidal products are:
Dexem has been clinically proven to relieve the symptoms of eczema and skin irritations (clinical trial included 179 patients that used Dexem Repair twice a day for 30 days – results showed statistically significant improvements in eczema).
Although advertised as an eczema cream, Dexem is also suitable for all types of skin irritations including eczema, rash (ie. nappy, dribble), allergic skin conditions, psoriasis and more.
Uniquely Dexem can also be applied to broken and chaffed skin. This is important as eczema sufferers skin can often become broken due to scratching.
Dexem can be used as both a general emollient for maintenance but importantly it can also be used during flare-ups to help provide relief from itching and redness.
Dexem is suitable for use on infants – this is extremely important as most sufferers develop symptoms under 12 months of age.
Dexem contains 2QR a patented bacterial blocker from the Aloe Vera plant which stops bacteria from attacking the skin, helping to stop bacterial colonisation (common in eczema sufferers) but to stop secondary bacterial infections when eczema is scratched or skin becomes broken.
Facts about eczema
Did you know that 50% of eczema sufferers will develop symptoms under 12 months of age
A further 30% of sufferers will develop symptoms under 6 years of age.
Many children who develop eczema in childhood will grow out of it although some will continue to exhibit symptoms into adulthood. Sometimes flare-ups may occur in adulthood even when a person has grown out of the condition, one of the most common is during pregnancy.
There is no known cure for eczema, however it can be managed. The best ways to manage eczema is to try to understand if there are triggers which can cause “flare-ups” and to avoid these. Using a good emollient especially designed for eczema such as Dexem Repair is also a good way to support ongoing skin maintenance and to help in avoiding scratching during flare-ups.
Dexem Repair Cream Proven Results
When put to the test in real life situations, Dexem Repair Cream has proven results with the alleviation of skin complaints associated with eczema.
Read personal reviews of the cream on KidSpot's marketplace.
When put to the test with samples handed out in August bellababy boxes, feedback came back with an average score of 4.5 / 5 in ratings, and some of the following quotes:
"This product works well. I actually used it both for me and for my son as we both get eczema. I noticed a different on both of our skin after one use". - Amy, Bellababy member August 2016
"It seemed to clear up my child’s eczema" - Pia, Pia, Bellababy member, August 2016
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Where to buy Dexem Repair Cream
Dexem Repair Cream for eczema and irritated skin is available in 30g/60g sizes. You can buy Dexem Repair Cream from most chemists in and around Melbourne, alternatively head to www.dexemrepair.com.au to find out more.
Disclaimer: Always read the label. Use only as directed. Consult a healthcare professional if symptoms persist.
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