Zemadol: An effective cure against eczema
Atopic dermatitis is often found in children, but can also affect adults. The disease is characterized by the appearance of an itchy area on the surface of the skin, with red and inflamed skin eruptions, with darker spots and slight superficial swellings. The itching of eczema can persist for several days, causing pain, scratches, wounds and, at worst, scarring. Eczema often appears on the knees and elbows.
Eczema is different from psoriasis as it is required by skin irritants, such as cleansers, dust, food or other allergens that can trigger these reactions. From a clinical point of view, eczema (often referred to by the abbreviation AD) has characteristics similar to plasma, as an inflammatory and autoimmune disease.
The active ingredient is colloidal oats that maintain the skin with a layer of polysaccharides that soothe and calm irritated skin. This is enhanced by Cannabis sativa extracts with a high cannabidiol content. Its formula is carefully designed to protect the skin affected by the various factors that trigger the disease and worsen the symptoms.
Liposomes are widely used in modern medicine, but they play an equally important role in skin care. Our skin has several layers and the liposomes offer greater coverage of the affected areas, both on the surface and on the inner layers.
How to use Zemadol
We recommend using Zemadol 2-3 times a day by applying a small amount of cream to cover irritated skin. Avoid direct contact on recent wounds without applying the cream in the areas around the eyes. Thoroughly clean the skin before applying the product.
There are no contraindications. However, if you have redness or burning sensations with a rash, stop using it and consult your doctor or healthcare professional.
Security and precautions
If you are allergic to any ingredient in the product (see the ingredients section for detailed information). In particular, if you are allergic to grass, you should avoid using Zemadol. If you are intolerant to gluten and / or soy you should consult your personal doctor before use. Oats contain gluten and lecithin is made from soy.