Dry Hands from Disinfectants
Causes of the disorder
The cause is a broken skin barrier that becomes hypersensitive to the disinfectants it comes into contact with. We unknowingly disrupt the skin barrier by frequent and incorrect washing. Chlorinated water and soaps interfere with the skin’s PH, hot water degreases it, cleaning pastes and brushes tear the skin, and unfriendly scrubbing and rubbing on textiles further damages the skin. The result is dry hands reacting to chemicals from disinfectants. Chronic wear and tear eczema often develops.
Dermaguard for Dry Hands
- Dermaguard effectively protects the skin barrier from irritation by chemicals
- it effectively moisturises
- no new application is needed after washing
- it provides protection for up to 4-6 hours depending on the frequency of washing and abrasion
- it does not make the skin greasy, does not leave traces
- just 2-3 applications a day and your skin will be moisturised, tightened and more resistant to environmental influences
When and How to Use Dermaguard
Apply Dermaguard at least 2-3 times a day. The cream is used BEFORE WORK, as protection of the skin from irritation and dryness. Before application, wash the skin with lukewarm water and gel or soap with a PH of 5.5. Conventional products disrupt the natural PH of the skin and thus weaken it. After washing, dry the skin by patting it or with with lukewarm air. Rubbing with a towel damages sensitive skin. Rub in a small amount of cream, which is quickly absorbed. In addition to its moisturising effect, the cream protects the skin from external influences and strengthens the skin barrier.
Immediate solution for contact eczema and rashes
- The cream forms an invisible long-term barrier against allergens on the skin
- Prevention of skin protection during skin maceration and frequent hand washing. Suitable for dry skin from disinfections.
- Protects up to 6 hours, moisturises, non-greasy, not perfumed