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A hygiene program for pediatric atopic dermatitis patients


A range of products containing mild vegetal surfactants and a sunflower oleodistillate (SOD) were developed for pediatric atopic dermatitis (AD) patients. These comprised a no rinse cleansing water (A), a cleansing cream (B) and a milky bath oil (C) used either during shower or bath without rinsing. Each product was tested in an open study on 100 children (aged 3.6-5.3 years) with light to moderate AD over 3 weeks in France and Spain. Other treatments (emollients/steroids) were not changed and used as needed. Clinical examinations, Infants' Dermatitis Quality of Life Index (IDQOL) and Dermatitis Family Impact Questionnaire (DFIQ) were completed on days 0 and 21. In all 3 studies, all ...

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