ACUTE stage:

char­ac­ter­ized by the appear­ance of weep­ing (wet, weep­ing wounds), red­ness and irri­ta­tion. Der­ma­tol­o­gists rec­om­mend rins­ing the baby in the show­er with­out the use of bathing prod­ucts in the acute phase, then apply­ing dry­ing baby creams to dam­aged skin at least 6–10 times a day.

• We use only STEP 2 Dry­ing baby cream for dia­per rash and irri­ta­tion.

PREVENTION of atopic der­mati­tis at the stage of remis­sion will help main­tain the baby’s skin in a healthy state after an exac­er­ba­tion.

It is impor­tant that even in the remis­sion phase, the prod­ucts are hypoal­ler­genic and do not con­tain soap. The main rule for atopic skin care: if moist­ened, you need to spread it.

• STEP 1 Baby bath lipid emul­sion and sham­poo 2 in 1, 250 ml.

• STEP 2 Dry­ing baby cream for irri­ta­tions and dia­per rash 75 ml.

• STEP 3 Lipid milk for baby, 250 ml.

• AQA Der­mi­ka cream based on hydrolyzed goat milk pro­tein, zinc oxide and a unique hydrother­mal active effec­tive­ly com­bats the acute phase of AD when weep­ing occurs.

• As a dia­per cream absorbs excess mois­ture, forms a breath­able pro­tec­tive bar­ri­er.

For best results, it is rec­om­mend­ed to use with AQA Der­mi­ka 2 in 1 Lipid Emul­sion and AQA Der­mi­ka Baby Lipid Milk.