Experiencing very dry skin on your hands? Dermal Therapy Hand Balm contains 10% urea and 2% Dimethicone in a synergistic blend of emollients and skin conditioning agents,
- Moisturises and protects
- Rapid relief for very dry hands
- Visible results in 1 day
- Clinically tested on nurses – so you know it works!
- Australian made and owned
RRP $8.95 SGD
Wondering how to get rid of very dry skin on your hands? Try a non-greasy hand balm enriched with ingredients to protect, replenish and moisturise.
Hand Balm for very dry skin
Dermal Therapy Hand Balm contains 10% urea and 2% dimethicone, offering a rich moisturising base to care for very dry hands.
Clinically proven to soothe itchy, irritated skin
We’ve created a nourishing formulation in conjunction with dermatologists to soothe itchy, irritated skin and protect your hands from damaging agents that often cause excessive moisture loss, like too much water or cold weather. It’s clinically proven to significantly increase hand moisture levels and reduce the dermatological symptoms associated with severely dry hands.
See and feel the difference
From the very first application, you’ll see and feel the difference of Dermal Therapy Hand Balm, fortified with vitamin E to replenish skin. A little of our hand balm will go a long way!< Read Less
Aus Made & Owned
Massage a small amount into hands two to three times a day or as required.
- Use on dry, scaly & itchy hands to leave skin soft and protected
- Great for hands affected by cold weather and harsh detergents, or those who suffer from dry hands as a side effect from medications
- Suitable for moisturising patches of dry skin including Eczema & Psoriasis
- Enriched with Vitamin E to condition the skin from free radical damage
- Also suitable to use in conjunction with sunscreen with any SPF
- Can be used on other areas of the body such as arms, legs, elbows and back
Aqua, Urea, Lanolin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG-20 Stearate, Glycerine, Decyl Oleate, Paraffinum Liquidum, Dimethicone, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Allantoin, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Phenoxyethanol, Lactic Acid, Sodium PCA, Benzyl Alcohol, Panthenol, Arginine, Fragrance
In a controlled 14 day trial , subjects were tested on an effected site area, using a control cream and a 10% Urea cream twice daily. This test was conducted to see if there was any increase of skin hydration between the two test products over the 14 day period.
Results indicated that after the 14 day trial the 10% Urea Cream outperformed the control cream. The 10% Urea Cream was clinically proven to increase skin hydration by 45% in 14 days.
Note: Study was commissioned and funded by LaCorium Health and conducted by Derma Consult Concept GmbH, Von-Weichs-Str 9A 53121 Bonn
In a controlled 14 day trial , 48 nurses in the UK with dry hands were tested on using Dermal Therapy Hand Balm twice daily. This test was conducted to see if there was any increase of skin moisture levels and if there was a reduction in dermatological symptoms on their hands after a 14 day period.
Results indicated that after the 14 day trial all 48 nurses that were tested on with dry hands found that, Dermal Therapy Hand Balm significantly increased hand moisture levels and reduced the dermatological symptoms associated with severely dry hands.
Note:Study was commissioned and funded by LaCorium Health and conducted by Derma Consult Concept GmbH, Von-Weichs-Str 9A 53121 Bonn