Hydromol is a brand of skincare products that help to soothe your dry or eczema-prone skin.
If you’re looking for a reliable range of emollients that can help to protect and hydrate your skin throughout the day, Hydromol could be the perfect choice for you.
Hydromol cream is a lighter formula which is easily absorbed by your skin, perfect for use throughout the day.
On the other hand, Hydromol ointment is a thicker formula that’s perfect for protecting your skin throughout the night.
Hydromol Bath and Shower Emollient is perfect for protecting your skin as you bathe, keeping it from drying out further in the hot water.
Hydromol Ointment and Hydromol Bath and Shower Emollient both work in a similar way, as emollients.
They form a protective barrier over your skin, keeping moisture locked in and irritants out.
This gives your skin the chance to rehydrate without becoming more irritated.
Hydromol Cream also works as a humectant, which means it attracts water when it’s applied to the skin.
This helps your skin to rehydrate, leaving it feeling soft and smooth.
Hydromol products all contain emollients, making them a popular choice for those with dry, irritated skin.
They help to protect and hydrate your skin from the inside out.
Emollients and moisturisers help to ease your eczema symptoms by hydrating your skin, helping to keep your skin soft and controlling your flare-ups.
Emollients work by forming a protective layer over your skin which helps to keep moisture from escaping, hydrating your skin from the inside out.
Some emollients also contain ingredients which can protect your skin from irritants like soap or detergents, taking a two-pronged approach to managing your eczema flare-ups.
The ingredients in the Hydromol products we stock are as follows:
Eczema is a condition which causes patches or wider areas of dry, itchy, irritated skin.
It’s really common, especially in children, so you probably know a few people who have eczema if you don’t have it yourself.
Eczema is a chronic condition, which means that it’s a long-term thing that won’t just go away overnight and will sometimes get better or worse.
There are many different types of eczema, but the most common type is atopic eczema, which is also known as atopic dermatitis.
Eczema can break out anywhere on the body but it's most common in the following areas:
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