SUPADERMA SKIN REPAIR CREAM has been specially formulated for those suffering from dermatitis arising from allergy or contact with xenobiotic substances. Its aim is to provide the right balance of fatty acids, natural oils, proteins and cholesterol that damaged skin needs in order to repair itself and begin to grow normally again.
Applied to the affected area at bedtime on a daily basis, SUPADERMA SKIN REPAIR CREAM should begin to produce observable improvements within days. As the skin receives its daily supply of nutrients, these molecules will gradually migrate down to the basal layers, where differentiating skin cells (called keratinocytes) are able to use them and produce new stronger cells containing all the ingredients they need to create a skin coating that is once again able to keep water out, and protect the body from the outside world. As they migrate slowly surfaceward, these new cells will flatten and secrete a new and stronger intercellular matrix between them, forming a multi-layered protective shield whose main function is to prevent water and bacteria from crossing this barrier. A healthy permeability barrier ensures that the skin layers remain soft and elastic, yet strong and impenetrable.
SUPADERMA SKIN REPAIR CREAM's main job is to deliver the right nutrients to the differentiating cells beneath the outer skin layers. It takes about a month for the new cells to migrate all the way to the surface. Therefore it is important to continue using your usual antibacterial emollient cream during the day, to prevent new bacteria entering the skin's damaged upper layers, and to maintain flexibility in these damaged layers during the repair process. Within a few days, your cuts and abrasions should begin to heal, and within two weeks the thickened scar tissue layers should begin to dissociate and drop off in small pieces. Do not worry if flaking occurs; this is a natural process caused by the already repaired underlayer rejecting the damaged upper layers, clearing the way for renewed growth and development of new protective layers.