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David Deans Skincare Moisturising Cream

  • $49.95
  • Specifically designed with natural ingredients to calm, soothe, heal and hydrate your skin. The Moisturising Cream will reduce the redness, inflammation and irritation caused by sensitivity, rosacea, acne and eczema.

  • Category: The Moisturising Cream contains anitpruitic (anti-itching) properties thus beneficial for dry skin patches (Eczema) psoriasis acne bug bites sunburns and other irritations. It also softens moisturises making it perfect for sensitive inflamed skin.
David Deans Skincare Moisturising Cream
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Product Description

The David Deans Skincare Moisturising Cream provides a rich blend of natural antioxidants, essential fatty acids, intense moisturisation and a boost to collagen synthesis.  Each ingredient is supported by scientific research and is shown independently to help relieve dry, red, inflamed and damaged skin caused by a variety of symptoms.  This cream is water-based, free of alcohols, fragrances, aluminium and steroids.   

Key ingredients of this products are: 

Sea Buckthorn - Modern research demonstrates great potential for Sea Buckthorn in burn relief due to its extremely high profile of vitamins (A, B1, B2, C, D, E, K, P), phytochemicals, carotenoids, amino acids, polyphenols, minerals (including zinc) and flavonoids. It is the only known plant containing all essential fatty acids; omega 3, 6, 7 and 9. High concentrations of omega-7 are of particular interest, stimulating epithelisation (healing of epidermis) by micro-circulation modulation. While no studies currently exist for Sea Buckthorn’s efficacy in the treatment of radiation-induced skin conditions, its profile reveals great promise. Sea Buckthorn is well known in Chinese medicine, it is used to treat radiation burns in their astronauts and was also a popular treatment in the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The published literature cites strong anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of Sea Buckthorn for relief of eczema, dermatitis and burns.

Varshney AC, Tyagi SP (2005) Seabuckthorn, a resource for soft tissue repair in animals Seabuckthorn-A Multipurpose Plant, Solution to Nutrition, Health and Environment: 26-29; Zeb A (2004) Important therapeutic uses of Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae): A Review. Journal of Biological Sciences 4(5) 687-693

Hyaluronic Acid - This natural moisturiser with a water binding capacity 1000 times its own weight, is found in almost every cell of the body. It plays a vital role in wound healing via the skin structure, promoting cellular communication and organisation of new cell growth. It has been shown to induce collagen synthesis by activating fibroblasts and helps organise collagen structural deposits when applied topically.

Feight D, Baney T, Bruce S, McQuestion M (2011) Putting Evidence into practice: Evidence Based interventions for Radiation dermatitis, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 15:5; Bolderston, A, Lloyd, N, Holden L, Robb-Blenderman, L (2006) The prevention and management of acute skin reactions related to radiation therapy: a systematic review and practice guideline Support Care Cancer 14:802-817; Chan RJ, Webster J, Chung B, Marquart, Ahmed, M, Garantziots, S (2014) Prevention and treatment of acute radiation induced skin reactions: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials BMC Cancer 14:53  Mcquestion (2011) Evidence Based Skincare Management in Radiation Therapy: Clinical Update Seminars in Oncology Nursing 27:2

Beta Glucan - Beta glucan is a natural polysaccharide which stimulates the immune response. Within the dermal layer it activates the innate immune system (especially macrophages) to consume damaged tissues and encourage wound healing. Evidence indicates that macrophages encourage re–epithelisation and stimulation of granulation tissue in the construction of the new dermal extracellular matrix. Beta Glucan contributes to the healing process and regeneration of new cells. 

Ravo, V,  Calvanese, MG, Di Franco, R, Crisci, V, Muirno P, Manzo, R, Morra, A, Cammarota, F, Muto, P (2011) Prevention of cutaneous damages induced by radiotherapy in breast cancer: an institutional experience. Tumori  97:732

Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5 - is a chain of amino acids that has the ability to mimic TGF-1β. When TGF-1β is present in the skin it induces a biological response in synthesising collagen and elastin proteins (helps rebuild the skin via cellular communication).

Aloe Vera - Aloe Vera has been used for centuries for health, beauty and medicinal purposes. It contains an abundance of vitamins, enzymes, and essential fatty acids, which nourish and support the skin.   

Feight D, Baney T, Bruce S, McQuestion M (2011) Putting Evidence into practice: Evidence Based interventions for Radiation dermatitis, Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 15:5

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