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Wednesday, March 27, 2024Products news

Epitheliale A.H. Ultra Balm, A-Derma's "plant vaseline"

Epitheliale A.H. Ultra Balm, Baume-patch réparateur, la "vaseline végétale" d’A-Derma

Suitable for all the family, even infants, this new formula based on new-generation vaseline (i.e. 100% natural) revisits a great pharmacy classic. This special healing balm for damaged skin can be applied to the face and body, lips, nipples and external intimate areas.

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Until now, one of the traditional solutions for treating cracks and fissures has been to apply Vaseline dressings, in the form of a thick layer of product or oily tulle.
Derived from the petrochemical industry, this ingredient promotes cutaneous self-repair by forming an occlusive film on the skin’s surface, but has no activity of its own.

To offer complete care for damaged skin, A-Derma has reinvented the oily plaster effect with a certified organic formula, rich in active skincare ingredients (Rhealba Oats, Hyaluronic Acid, Cupuaçu Butter and Peruvian Liana), micro-ventilated and non-comedogenic: Epitheliale A.H. Ultra Balm, Baume-patch réparateur (50 g, €12.75, availability: May 2024).

This is the first 100% natural vaseline.
More effective, it offers complete care for damaged skin and reinvents the oily plaster effect with a certified organic, non-occlusive, non-comedogenic formula.
Its active, patented texture (a patch-effect balm) is suitable for both body and face.
Fragrance-free and high-tolerance, it also meets the needs of extremely dry areas such as elbows, knees and feet, and can be used in post-cosmetic procedures.

Its reparative performance has been clinically proven.
Skin cracks are repaired within five days (Clinical score after at least two applications/day for five days on 24 subjects).
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