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    Default My new solution for SD !

    Hi there ,

    i had/have couple of serious problems with SD on my whole face, red dry spots on forehead, eyebrows, cheeks, ...

    i did try lot to treat the problem, like in beginning corticoide treatment by my doctor, diet, no sugar, no coffee, vegeterian food, vitamins, special expensive creams like BIODERMA Sensibio DS+, curcumin with piperine with diet, ...

    i did try dead sea salt treatment, i had really good results, i did use it for half year, but the procedure was little bit complicated for daily treatment, especialy when i did travel etc.

    after all i did try by experiment cream "Excipial U lipolotio" with UREA
    here is CZ link: https://www.drmax.cz/excipial-u-lipo...rm-eml-1x200ml

    and BAM, it works !!! i have to say that it helps me far better than anything else !

    it is so potent that i use it only in night few times in the week, cca 3 time during week is fine for me, but all depend on your actual condition

    for all who suffer with SD problem i recommend to try your local cream with UREA, i can post some pics if you like too ...
    Last edited by gora; 18th October 2016 at 05:39 PM.

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    http://www.galderma.com/Medical-Solu...rands/Excipial

    Properties

    4% urea
    w/o emulsion, lipophilic
    lipid content 36%
    intense oily lotion
    normalises the lipid content of dry skin

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    Thanks you for your advice. Appreciate.

    If you could, can you post photos ?


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    Urea is a powerful keratolytic emollient and has been shown to improve the skin's barrier function, so I think it is indeed a very helpful ingredient in treating SD. However, for most people it probably isn't enough, since it's treating a symptom of SD (hyperkeratinisation) rather than the cause (an allergic reaction to Malassezia), although perhaps could be used as a complement to an antifungal treatment. I'm glad you've had success with it, though.

    On that note, for those looking for moisturisers without food-grade oils, Eucerin Replenishing Face Cream is a safe bet and contains 5% urea, so might be worth trying out.

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    Excipial products are manufactured by Galderma. They are easily available in the USA http://www.galderma.com/Medical-Solu...rands/Excipial

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    Hi,
    Im also from czech republic, can you contact me somehow?
    Prosim rad bych si s tebou vymenil zkusenoti, diky Honza

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    It suggests you use this product 2-3 times per day suggesting only short term use of this, how would it fair for long term use to control SD?

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