Atopic dermatitis in children: prospects of using innovation products as an external therapy

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Goal of the research: to determine the efficacy of a new line of Atopic cosmetic products for skin care in children suffering from atopic dermatitis. Materials and methods: The study involved three groups of 15 children aged 3-12 suffering from atopic dermatitis in each group. Subjects from Group 1 were treated with Atopic Soothing Cream, from Group 2 with Atopic Soothing Stick Cream and from Group 3 with Atopic Everyday Care Cream. Different inclusion and exclusion criteria were developed for each group, and the algorithm for the product application and efficacy criteria were determined. According to recommendations, Atopic Soothing Cream and Atopic Soothing Stick Cream were applied to clean and dry skin in the morning and in the evening for the study period of 14 days. The patients’ skin condition was assessed prior to the study and on Day 14 of the therapy; the assessment covered parameters necessary for calculating the SCORAD Index. Atopic Everyday Care Cream was applied to clean and dry skin in the morning and in the evening for 28 days. The patients’ skin condition was assessed prior to the study and on Days 14 and 28 of the therapy including the SCORAD Index and assessments of the skin hydration level of the epidermal corneous layer and transepidermal waster loss (TEWL) using the DermaLabCombo CORTEX device. According to the study results, the line of Atopic cosmetic products fully complies with the properties specified by the manufacturer, reliably improves the skin condition in children suffering from atopic dermatitis, has no irritant or sensitizing effect, and can be recommended for the complex treatment and rehabilitation of patients suffering from the pathology.

About the authors

M. M. Tlish

Kuban State Medical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: noemail@neicon.ru

Russian Federation

M. I. Gluzmin

Kuban State Medical University

Email: noemail@neicon.ru

Russian Federation

M. I. Kartashevskaya

Kuban State Medical University

Email: marinaikar@mail.ru

Russian Federation

F. A. Psavok

Kuban State Medical University

Email: noemail@neicon.ru

Russian Federation

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