Moisturizers are ingredients that make the epidermis soft and moisturized and reduce pruritus and dandruff. Certain prodcuts (e.g. zinkoxid, weißes Petrolatum) are mainly used to protection the complexion against disturbances (e.g. wetness).
Wet skins are the result of dehydration in the top layers of the skins. Plasticizers / moisturisers work by creating an oil film on the top of the epidermis that encloses moisture in the epidermis. Moisturising agents, such as glycerol, lecithin as well as propane extract moisture into the external layers of the epidermis.
A lot of our cosmetic formulas also have components that make the horn tissue (keratin) that binds the top layers of the dermal cell together (e.g. carbamide, alpha-hydroxy acides such as milk acid/citric acid/glycolic oil and allantoin) soft. These help the corpse cutaneous tissue to drop off, keep the epidermis in more moisture and the complexion feels smooth and soft.
Please use this item as indicated. Observe all instructions on the packaging of the products. When you are unsure about any of the information, please contact your physician or chemist. If necessary or as indicated on the sticker or by your physician, spread on the affected areas of the epidermis. The frequency of use depends on the products and your type of complexion.
In order to handle dehydrated skin, you may need to use the lotion every single washing and all day application. When using this lotion to help manage nappy skin irritation, thoroughly wipe the nappy area before use and allow the area to drain before using the lotion.
When using this device to remove chemical burn from the scalp, ask the radiologist if your trademark can be used before radiotherapy. Just put it on the flesh. Eliminate delicate areas such as the eye, throat, nostrils, vagina, and inguinal area unless instructed to do so by the labels or your physician.
Inspect the labels for indications of areas or skins where the products should not be used (e.g. on the face, in areas with broken/cut/cut/trimmed/irritated/shaved skins, or on a recently reshaved area of the skin). Contact your physician or chemist for more information. The majority of moisturisers require the use of a little bit of bottled running time.
After a bath/shower, put the lotion on while the complexion is still moist. If your complexion is very dehydrated, your physician may advise you to leave the area to macerate before using the preparation. Long, warm or repeated bathing/washing may aggravate dehydrated epidermis.