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Aquaphor Soothing Skin Balm

The ideal product for very dry, irritated or damaged skin, also suitable for skin that has recently had a superficial dermatological treatment.

Tips

Avoid scratching the wound.
If the wound is infected you should consult your doctor who may prescribe an antibiotic cream.
Protect the wound by covering it with a sterile dressing the risk of infection and re-injury to the wound.
Seek medical help if there are signs of infection such as redness, green or yellow discharge or increased pain.
The dressing should keep the wound moist and the surrounding skin dry.
The wound should be covered with a sterile dressing and pressure should be applied to stop the bleeding.
The wound should be washed with tap water or cooled boiled water.
You should seek medical help if the wound was caused by an animal or if stitches are needed.

AtoControl

Dermo-cosmetic skin care for dry and irritable skin

DermoPURIFYER

Eucerin DermoPURIFYER for acne prone skin. Clinical and dermatological studies prove efficacy and very good skin tolerability.

Tips

Acne symptoms vary, as do the grades of severity, so adapt the care routine accordingly.
All Eucerin DermoPURIFYER products are non-comedogenic and suitable for daily use.
Because acne is an illness affecting the skin, your medical insurance might cover the cost of the medicinal treatment.
Even the best acne therapy is in vain if acne is repeatedly aggravated by comedogenic cosmetics. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice concerning the right choice of cosmetic products.
For the best results combine products that cleanse, clear and care for impure and acne-prone skin.
Some cosmetics can be comedogenic, i.e. promote the formation of blackheads. The ingredient declaration on the package tells you which products you should ban form your toiletries bag.

UreaRepair PLUS

Eucerin pH5

Sun Protection

The Eucerin Sun Protection range offers expert sun protection for each skin type

Tips

After a chemical peeling, laser treatment, or in the case of drug-induced photosensitivity, use a very high Sun Protection Factor (SPF 50+).
Avoid extensive sun exposure, as even sun protection products with high Sun Protection Factors (SPFs) do not offer 100% protection.
Avoid the intense midday sun, which is usually from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, although this depends on your location.
Do not expose babies and small children to direct sunlight. Avoid sunburn at all cost! Keep children well covered, including a sun hat, t-shirt and sun glasses.
For small children, always use sunscreens with a high Sun Protection Factor (SPF).
Over-exposure to the sun is a serious health threat. Apply sun protection products generously before sun exposure. Applying an insufficient quantity of sunscreen will reduce the protective effect.
Re-apply sunscreen frequently in order to maintain an adequate level of protection, especially after sweating, swimming or toweling.

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