Atopic skin

What is the relationship between atopic skin and allergy?

Did you know that approximately two out of every 10 children up to age 13 have both allergic rhinitis and atopic dermatitis?

24% of patients with atopic dermatitis also suffer from allergic rhinitis.

Bibliography: Hong S, et al. The prevalence of atopic dermatitis, asthma and allergic rhinitis and the comorbidity of allergic diseases in children. Environ Health Toxicol. 2012; 27: e2012006

The progression from Atopic Dermatitis to the atopic march

Children with atopic dermatitis can develop other allergic diseases such as asthma or rhinitis. This clinical progression or sequence in which allergic diseases develop is known as Atopic March.

Daily routine for atopic skin

1 Daily and specific hygiene

Use daily at the time of bath or shower to clean the atopic skin with maximum softness

2 Daily and specific repair

Apply at least twice a day: in the morning and after showering or bathing to repair the skin barrier and prevent water loss

3 Multi-protection

Apply before leaving home in areas exposed to external agents

4 Moments of outbreak

Apply daily on the affected area as many times as necessary, especially at moments of outbreak