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Eucerin AtopiControl Hand Cream

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A hand cream for skin with Atopic Dermatitis
Suitable care for Hand Eczema
Daily relief for dry, irritable and itchy skin

Suitable care for skin with Hand Eczema

Product info

Our hands are frequently in contact with water and cleaning products. Depending on the work we do, they may also be exposed to other chemicals. These factors can damage skin’s barrier and cause skin to dry out and become tight and rough and prone redness, scaling and itchiness.

Eucerin AtopiControl Hand Cream smooths and soothes skin. The quick-absorbing and non-greasy formula has a unique active ingredient complex of soothing Licochalcone A, anti-bacterial Decanediol and itch-relieving Methoxypropanediol (MPD). This complex, combined with a high concentration of Ceramides and Avena Sativa (Oatmeal), strengthens skin’s barrier, alleviates dryness and relieves the sensation of itchiness.

 The formula is fragrance -free. Though widely valued for its soothing properties, some people can be allergic to oatmeal.

With regular use, skin condition noticeably improves and skin feels smooth and supple even with frequent washing.

Clinical Studies

Very good care efficacy and skin tolerability proven on atopic skin

Main findings

The results of a skincare efficacy study1 prove that:

  • Skin becomes more resilient, and skin condition improves, with regular use
  • After only one week, skin moisture in the affected areas increased by 50%. After four weeks it increased by 95%.
  • Skin redness reduced significantly
  • For 90% of the sample, symptoms of itchiness disappeared after four weeks of use

1Skincare efficacy study of Eucerin AtopiControl HAND INTENSIVE CREAM on patients with Hand Eczema, 2016.

Properties

  • fragrance-free
  • absorbs quickly
  • non greasy

How To Use

  • Cleanse skin with a mild, soap-free handwash
  • Use daily, or more often if needed

FAQ (3)

    Is Atopic Dermatitis the same as Eczema?

    Dermatitis and Eczema are the same thing: collective terms for inflammatory changes in the skin. As such, they include many different dermatological diseases. Atopic Eczema and Atopic Dermatitis are also the same thing.

    What causes Hand Eczema?

    There are several different causes for Hand Eczema. In some people it occurs because of an underlying skin disease. Other people get Hand Eczema because of external factors such as frequent washing or the use of chemicals in the workplace. Hand Eczema can also be triggered by an allergic reaction to some substances.

    Is the cream for eczema on hands suitable for children?

    We have not tested Eucerin AtopiControl Hand Cream for its suitability for children. For this reason, we only recommend it for adult use.

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