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Atopic Skin

Skins whose protective skin barrier is weakened by not having the hydrolipidic mantle of the skin intact. The most characteristic manifestations are pruritus (itching), dryness, redness and peeling.

What is necessary for a good care of atopic skin?

Day

Night

Step 1: Toner

Step 1: Soap*

Step 2: Balm

Step 2: Toner

Step 3: Balm

* In case you have makeup on, we recommend double cleaning. First applying the dry oil and, after rinsing, the derma soap..

Summary Complete Care

Recommended Foods

Vegetables and fruits, rich in vitamins, trace elements and phytonutrients. Carrots, avocado, pumpkin, nuts, melon, grapes, zucchini, etc.
Rich in Omega-3. Mackerel, sardine, walnuts, spinach…
Water. We recommend 2.5 litres/day.

Non-Recommended Foods

Those that can provoke a food allergy. Check with your dermatologist.

Alcohol. It’s related with oxidation, dehydration and inflammation of the skin.

Physical Exercise

Moderate exercise is highly recommended.

We recommend a combination of aerobic (walking, swimming) and anaerobic (push ups, abs) exercises.

Other Advice

Don’t smoke. It accelerates premature aging.

Ultraviolet radiation. Use sunscreen and avoid the sun in central hours.

Sleep. At least 7 hours per day.

Avoid stress. It generates free radicals and increases cortisol generation. Don’t use cosmetics with colorants, aromas and chemical-synthetic preservatives such as parabens.

Always visit your dermatologist if you notice any changes in your skin.

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