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Atopic dermatitis

The resilience of atopic skin

AD-RESYL® is a purified natural active ingredient that has been specifically developed to prevent the clinical signs of atopic dermatitis and prolong periods of remission following corticosteroid therapy.

Identified through innovative in vitro and in vivo models, AD-RESYL® restores homeostasis in atopic skin, by targeting its four main anomalies:

  • the skin barrier is strengthened;
  • hydration is improved;
  • the inflammatory response is inhibited;
  • the cutaneous microbiota is rebalanced.

Its clinical efficacy was demonstrated under dermatological supervision with two cohorts of Caucasian and Asian children and/or adults affected by the disease. The SCORAD and relapse rates were significantly reduced. The treatment soothed, hydrated and comforted the skin. The quality of life of the patients and their loved ones was considerably improved.

Rich in fructosans from Ophiopogon japonicus, this active ingredient is perfectly tolerated by the atopic skin of Caucasian and Asian children and adults.

About atopic dermatitis

Itching, redness, dry skin and eczematous lesions are some of the symptoms of atopic dermatitis. This chronic inflammatory disease is characterized by episodes of flare-ups alternating with periods of remission. When experiencing flare-ups, patients have dry red patches. These inconveniences are accompanied by intense itching, which has a strong impact on the quality of life of patients and their loved ones.

Epidemiological studies show that this disease, which currently affects 15% to 20% of children and 1% to 3% of adults, is an emerging public health problem that is on the rise in developing countries and remains stable in industrialized countries.

Growing interest is thus being granted to the identification of risk factors and strategies for the prevention of this disease. Recent studies highlighted the significance of the genetic component and environmental factors. These factors include pollution, diet, the use of antibiotics, excessive hygiene and an overly sterile environment in the first months of life.