Diprobase products are emollients that can help you to ease your dry, sensitive skin.
Diprobase has been used to treat dry skin and eczema for over 30 years, so you can feel confident that your sensitive skin is in good hands.
These products are free from common irritants that can cause flare ups of skin conditions, such as eczema and dermatitis, and can be used as a regular skin care product or as a cleanser, in place of irritating soaps or shower gels.
Diprobase products come in larger tubs that you can keep at home, and handy tubes which will fit easily into your bag so you can use your favourite skin care product on the go.
If your dry skin is driving you crazy, Diprobase can help you to love your skin all over again.
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Although Diprobase ointment, lotion, and cream emollients all work in the same way to soothe and protect your skin, their different formulas make them ideal for different uses:
Diprobase products work as emollients, which means that they form a protective barrier over your dry skin.
This barrier helps to soothe your dry skin in two different ways. Firstly, it keeps moisture locked into your skin, keeping it from escaping so it can hydrate your skin from the inside out.
Secondly, it prevents irritants from getting to your sensitive skin and aggravating dry skin conditions, like contact dermatitis and psoriasis.
With the different types of Diprobase products available, you can choose whichever is best for your skin at any time, taking control over your skin care.
Diprobase cream can be used to treat eczema or dry skin on your face, as can the lotion and ointment formulas.
However, you should take care not to get any Diprobase products into your eyes.
If you do, rinse your eyes with cool, clean water right away and seek medical assistance if necessary.
Like all medications, Diprobase products can have side effects, although not everyone will experience them. These include skin reactions, such as:
If you experience these or any other side effects while using this product, stop use and seek medical assistance right away.