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When applied to the sebo-squamous areas on the edge of the scalp and on the face (eyebrows, sides of nose, eyelids), this cream eliminates scales and purifies the skin.
Elimination of scales*
Improvement at the end of the maintenance phase*
*Clinical study conducted for 28 days on 24 subjects with scaly skin on the face:% of satisfaction after 2 weeks of use.
What the dermatologist has to say about irritated and scaly skin
Irritated skin and sebo-squamous skin is located on the areas with the most sebaceous glands. This condition is not linked to hyperseborrhea, but rather to secondary skin reaction to the presence of microscopic fungi (Malassezia genus). This reaction appears in the form of more or less squamous (dead cells) red plaques, sometimes very irritated, located in very specific areas: the nasolabial folds, sides of the nose, eyelids and eyebrows. On the scalp, this condition appears with oily, yellowish flakes on top of red plaques; these can be found on the edge of the forehead and behind the ears and are often very irritated.
Apply morning and/or evening after using a gentle, suitable cleansing product
Intensive treatment phase: Twice a day for 2 weeks
Maintenance phase: Twice a week
Precautions of use
Avoid contact with the eyes.
Do not apply to irrited skin. Limit sun exposure while using this product, and always use SPF protection. In case of stinging, it is recommended to space out applications, doubling the time between each use.
Our care routines
My anti-redness and scales face and body care routine