Dry, sen­si­tive and atopic skin requires con­stant com­pre­hen­sive care. Despite the fact that atopic der­mati­tis does not pose a threat to life, there is lit­tle pleas­ant in it. There are sleep dis­tur­bances, phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al dis­com­fort, a feel­ing of stiff­ness and inse­cu­ri­ty. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, no cure is known. But with prop­er care, you can bring the con­di­tion under con­trol. Humid­i­fiers should be used dai­ly to restore the lipid lay­er respon­si­ble for bar­ri­er func­tions.

Ruler Insti­tu­to Espanol Pieles Atopi­cas cre­at­ed under the super­vi­sion of der­ma­tol­o­gists. Stud­ies have shown the effec­tive­ness of prod­ucts to improve skin con­di­tion and qual­i­ty of life. They do not con­tain parabens and are com­plete­ly hypoal­ler­genic.

Pieles Atopi­cas prod­ucts use Sacha Inchi seed oil one of the most valu­able in the world. Its rich amino acid com­po­si­tion deeply hydrates and forms a lipid bar­ri­er. This is impor­tant to main­tain the integri­ty of the skin and pre­vent the devel­op­ment of infec­tions. It also helps speed up cell regen­er­a­tion and ulcer heal­ing. The skin becomes denser, firmer and more elas­tic, it is eas­i­er to resist the neg­a­tive effects of the envi­ron­ment.

Show­er gel and body lotion are basic care prod­ucts, they are used every day. The soft wash­ing base of the gel gen­tly cleans­es with­out caus­ing tight­ness, returns a feel­ing of com­fort. The lotion soft­ens and elim­i­nates peel­ing, dry­ness and tight­ness of the skin. The use of prod­ucts reduces itch­ing and irri­ta­tion, restores the relief and elas­tic­i­ty of the skin.

Body cream is con­ve­nient to use for the most sen­si­tive areas of the skin. It helps fight itch­ing, dry­ness, inflam­ma­tion and dried crusts. The use of funds reduces the peri­ods of exac­er­ba­tion of symp­toms. Main­tains opti­mal skin hydra­tion dur­ing remis­sions.

In any ther­a­py, an inte­grat­ed approach is impor­tant. There­fore, you need to adjust your habits and lifestyle in a cer­tain way:

✔ Try to wear soft cot­ton cloth­ing. It should be close to the body to avoid fric­tion. Wool and rough mate­ri­als can scratch the skin, and syn­thet­ic mate­ri­als do not allow it to breathe.

✔ The tem­per­a­ture in the room should not be high, and the air humid­i­ty should not be low­er than 60%.

✔ It is worth lim­it­ing water pro­ce­dures, pre­fer­ring a show­er rather than a bath. Make sure that the water is not hot, and take a show­er for no more than 5–10 min­utes.

✔ A small life hack: chilled prod­ucts relieve itch­ing faster; store creams and lotions in the refrig­er­a­tor.

✔ Cer­tain foods may aggra­vate symp­toms. Pay atten­tion and record what exact­ly you ate before the relapse, and try to avoid these foods in the future. This prin­ci­ple applies to oth­er dai­ly habits as well.

Be healthy and enjoy every day!