How to use ATOPITY Emollient Cleansing Oil
Spread and lightly massage ATOPITY Emollient Cleansing Oil on wet skin to form a creamy lather. And rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water and gently dry the skin without rubbing, especially in atopic eczema . About 3 to 5 pressures on the pump are sufficient for use in a bathtub.
For babies, use only as a bath supplement!
To get optimal results and soothe itchy and irritated skin suffering from atopic dermatitis. in the first minutes after a bath or shower, apply ATOPITY Emollient Soothing Body Balm, which will further moisturize and lock the moisture in the skin.
Avoid contact with eyes!
Be careful, this product can cause slipping in the bathroom!
Apply ATOPITY Emollient Soothing Body Balm immediately after bathing and every time you feel your skin is dry. Always keep skin with atopic dermatitis well hydrated, because this will create a reliable barrier between your skin and potential irritants and allergens from the environment.
Always choose perfume-free products for dry, irritated and atopic skin . Perfume and fragrance compositions can cause an attack of atopic dermatitis. To avoid deterioration, look for products specifically designed for skin with atopic dermatitis and labeled “fragrance free” or “fragrance free.” The products from the ATOPITY series for skin with atopic dermatitis are formulated without perfumes, SLS and other potentially irritating ingredients.
Never bathe in hot water and do not use ordinary soap or shower gel. Hot water and the sulfates contained in normal skin cleansers remove the delicate lipid barrier layer from dry and sensitive skin. It has a protective function, which on the one hand retains moisture in atopic skin, and on the other – does not allow allergens from the environment to penetrate into it. Always use emollient cleansing oils because they support atopic skin by creating an additional moisturizing film that strengthens its water-lipid barrier.
Wear loose, bright, 100% cotton clothing. Cotton and chemical-untreated cotton are less irritating than other fabrics and allow the skin to breathe. To avoid exacerbating atopic eczema, avoid tight and tight clothing that causes abrasion and sweating, and be sure to keep wool sweaters, scarves, and gloves away from your skin. Always wash new clothes before wearing perfume-free detergent to remove all possible irritants from the tissues.