A cortisone-free itch relief cream for mild to moderate eczema/itchy irritated and inflamed skin. Dermikelp® Itch Relief Cream (oil in water emulsion) is useful for the majority of dermatologic conditions, especially when there is skin-on-skin contact like body folds. Suitable for long term use and ideal for all ages.
- Free of corticosteroids, coal tar & parabens
- Rapid relief from itching & scratching
- Soothes inflamed skin conditions
- Improves skin healing time
- Enhances skin condition
- Reduces the chance of infection
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Apply Dermikelp® Itch Relief Cream to the affected area as required. Gently rub the cream into the skin until it is completely absorbed. Repeat as required. When condition is controlled, continue to use daily as part of your regular skin maintenance program.
Dermikelp® products contain CEM-K, a 100% natural active ingredient (Ecklonia maxima), unique to Dermikelp® and clinically proven to be highly effective in relieving redness, dryness and itchiness of the skin1.
Ecklonia maxima is a species of sea kelp found around the Cape coast of South Africa. The kelp is sustainably harvested by hand and put through our patented manufacturing process to yield a natural active ingredient. CEM-K is rich in phlorotannins and fucoidans which have proven anti-inflammatory properties2.
Each gram contains 375 mg of Ecklonia maxima (sea kelp), Aqua, benzyl benzoate, caprylyl glycol, Cananga odorata (ylang-ylang) flower oil, cetearyl alcohol, cetearyl glucoside, citric acid, ethylhexylglycerin, gluconolactone, isopropyl myristate, linalool, paraffinum liquidum, PEG-20 stearate, phenoxyethanol, sodium benzoate.
Please visit www.dermikelp.co.za for more information.
Always consult your pharmacist or doctor if symptoms persist.
These unregistered medicines have not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for their quality, safety or intended use. References: 1. Preliminary evaluation of the soothing power of two cosmetic products through a clinical-instrumental test. DKQ-F-003 and DKQ-F-007-Report No: 1201L19F. November 2012. Data on file. 2. Mwangi HM, Van Der Westhuizen J, Marnewick J, Mabusela WT, Mwadham MK and Ebenso EE. Isolation, identification and radical scavenging activity of phlorotannin derivatives from brown algae, Ecklonia maxima: An experimental and theoretical study. Free Radicals and Antioxidants 3 (2013) S1-S10.