The idea that using moisturisers makes the skin ‘lazy’, causing it to produce even less oil was soundly disproven long ago. Nevertheless, the quantity of cream used is often insufficient which means that there is no great improvement in the skin’s condition and the risk of a fresh attack of neurodermatitis is not significantly reduced.
Baby skin is naturally wonderfully soft and smooth. This is because it is much thinner than adult skin. Because baby skin is so thin, it is particularly permeable to water. This means it absorbs moisture better but is also unable to store it for as long as adult skin.
Tips against chafing
Sores can occur during sport, such as cycling or running, when clothes rub against the skin or due to a build-up of sweat. Preventive treatment is the best way to avoid chafing.
Neurodermatitis needs not just treatment but also regular care. Discover how to relieve the pain, for you and for your loved ones.
UV rays are invisible to the human eye but their effects on the skin can be seen by all. These effects are usually only noticed once it is too late and the skin is already burnt. This is dangerous because UV rays penetrate deep into the skin where they cause damage that is often underestimated. This damage often only becomes apparent much later, sometimes after many years.
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