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Sooth your skin

Wednesday, 19th September, 2018 4:38pm

Eczema Awareness Week is on until 25 September. Eczema is the general term for a group of skin conditions that causes dry, itchy, scaly and red skin. It affects one in 12 adults in Ireland, and one in five children.

There is no cure for eczema, but in most cases, it is manageable. Keeping skin hydrated is vital.

Sensitive skincare expert, La Roche-Posay has unveiled research that suggests childhood eczema could be a ‘silent sleep disrupter’ to unsuspecting parents across Ireland. Despite broken sleep patterns often being the first indicator of the chronic skin condition, a mere one in ten (12 per cent) of parents would consider this as a potential cause of their child’s sleep disturbance.

The research findings also show over half (57 per cent) of parents admitted having little to no preparation when it came to awareness of baby skincare.

La Roche-Posay has a full range of products suitable for atopic skin which includes psoriasis and dermatitis, too.

The Uriage Dermatological ranges are formulated with unique patented ingredient complexes developed for specific skin conditions. Uriage Xemose is a treatment for anyone who suffers from eczema or other skin irritations.

As a brand La Roche-Posay insist on the highest standards in its ingredient selection, formulation and manufacturing.

I adore their menthol body cream. A thick luxurious cream, with a carefully chosen blend of menthol, which has been shown to help cool the burning sensation of irritated skin.

Formulated for sensitive skin prone to eczema and psoriasis, as well as cooling menthol this thick body cream is infused with natural extracts, rich oils and ingredients which help to combat topical skin problems with a touch of luxury.

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