Nourishing Cream 30ml
Powerfully nourishing, calming and smoothing, this treatment ointment soothes and replenishes dryness on hands and fingers prone to eczema.
Rich in Shea and Cocoa Butters plus natural antibacterial Bai Ji, this expertly formulated ointment swiftly and effectively relieves the discomfort and dryness associated with eczema on the hands and fingers. Flare-ups diminish, chapped, scaly or fissured skin is relieved and soft, smooth, comfortable skin is restored.
Suitable for skin prone to eczema on the hands and fingers.
Bai Ji Gao
Complimentary Nourishing Cream with orders £65+
Suitable for eczema-prone skin.
To be applied to the hands only.
A deeply soothing and nourishing 100% natural blend of active Chinese herbs and botanical extracts, including Shea Nut and Cocoa Butters plus Bai Ji.
Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Nut Butter, Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, Bletilla Striata Root Powder, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Cetearyl Alcohol
Bring instant and lasting relief to hands and fingers prone to eczema with this handcare routine.
1. Smooth desired amount of Bai Ji Gao / Hand Softening Ointment over the affected area on the hands. Ensure skin is clean and dry.
2. Occlude area with clingfilm or similar. Repeat this routine between two and three times per day.
3. For symptoms of eczema elsewhere on the body, smooth Shi Zhen Shui Gao / Soothing Cream over affected area and allow to absorb. Repeat application between three and five times per day.
Dr Mazin Al-Khafaji founded Dermatology M in 2016, evolving the original formulations crafted for use by clients of his Avicenna Clinic so that our network of practitioners could also access and use them with their patients.
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