Creams that contain corticoids, called dermocorticoids, treat skin lesions as soon as they appear. In a remission phase, intensely moisturising emollient creams help restore the skin barrier and fight against cutaneous dryness.
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Interview with a pediatrician who discusses treatment of nappy rash.
Atopic Eczema: a routine
to relieve itching
Currently, more than 20% of children suffer from "atopic" eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis). Usually non-serious, this cutaneous complaint is nonetheless a genuine source of discomfort for children… and parents.
However, this itching and its impact on everyday life can be avoided. Discover a life-changing routine.
« I've finally found the solution that relieves the irritations and redness on Theo’s bottom area"
Diane gave birth 6 months ago; her son Théo regularly suffered from nappy rash.