✔ This gentle, non-drying formula is for use on hands and body prone to infection, eczema, rash, itching, redness, irritation and folliculitis.
✔ With continued use, CLn leaves skin looking smooth, clear, healthy and refreshed.
✔ Results In As Few As 2 Weeks*: CLn BodyWash is proven to reduce the appearance of skin redness, dryness and flakiness seen with eczema when used for 2 minutes a day in the shower or bath.
CLn BodyWash is a new approach to challenging skin
For years, physicians have known that medicated baths can effectively cleanse compromised skin and decrease the spread of infection. However, skin sufferers find these baths unpleasant and impractical. CLn partnered with leading dermatologists to create a sodium hypochlorite wash. It harnesses the most important ingredient of medicated baths in the form of a clinically proven, effective daily cleanser that won’t ruin clothes and is gentle on the skin.
Simply lathered on wet skin for 1-2 minutes and rinsed off thoroughly in the shower or bath, CLn BodyWash can replace a daily shower gel/soap, making it easy to fit into an existing routine. It’s gentle, non-drying formula can be used daily on problem skin without causing irritation, and though individual results will vary, many users with eczema report seeing a reduction in the appearance of skin redness, dryness and flakiness in as few as 3 uses.
While there is no known cure for eczema, there is much we can do to control symptoms and decrease the severity and frequency of flare-ups. Unfortunately, with all the information available online and word-of-mouth, it can be challenging to tell myth from truth. That means that it’s essential to go right to the source: the trained experts. What do dermatologists recommend? Here are a few ways these doctors help patients manage their eczema and enjoy a better quality of life.
When our children have a skin condition such as eczema, it’s natural to wonder what to expect. Will the disorder go away on its own? If not, what kind of treatment is required? How long will it take? These are all common questions among parents of children with eczema. Let’s take a look at the answers and what to expect going forward.
“Baby eczema” refers to childhood atopic dermatitis. It is a scaly, red, itchy rash often associated with allergies. It is characterized by recurrent flare- ups, although symptoms can be more persistent in some children. Roughly 65 percent of eczema patients begin showing symptoms before the age of 1, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Although eczema is a chronic condition, some children outgrow it by age four.
At the most recent American Academy of Dermatology meeting, I had the chance to sit down with the esteemed South African eczema specialist Dr. Richard Aron. Read on to hear what Dr. Aron of the famous Aron Regimen has to say about causes of eczema and how he uses CLn.
Getting away is an exciting, welcomed break from the day-to-day. With the holidays just around the corner, travel of some kind lays ahead, whether it’s heading home or off to a sunny resort. For people who live with eczema, preparing for travel means an entirely different level of organization, planning and calculation for even a …
October is Eczema Awareness Month. It is also the month weather transitions from warm to cool for Northern states. Changes in temperatures often require changes to eczema management routines. So check out these quick tips to stay comfortable even when the temperature dips… 1. Keep Showers & Baths Short and Tepid Long or hot bathing sessions …
Starting a new school year is exciting for kids. But for kids with eczema and their parents, a new school year requires a little extra prep. Classrooms can have various triggers and challenges. And unless teachers are intimately familiar with eczema, they might not realize it’s not “just a rash.” At CLn Skin Care, we hear …