Experience of using peroral cosmetic products from the Emolium series in the complex therapy of children suffering from atopic dermatitis


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The authors summarized the current data on the function of the epidermal barrier, mechanisms of its affection and its role in the development of atopic dermatitis. They present the results confirming the efficacy of complex administration of basic skin care products in the therapy of children suffering from atopic dermatitis. Basic skin care products were cosmetic products from the Emolium series in the form of cream and emulsion as well as skin hygiene products (bath emulsion, cream washing gel).

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L V TEKUCHEVA

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L F ZNAMENSKAYA

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