Atogla cream is a unique moisturiser specially designed for atopic skin condition. In the complexed condition, the bacterial infection occurs with oozing from the flares together with severe dryness. This dryness is caused due to lack of natural moisturising factors (NMFs) of the skin which is due to the deficiency or absence of an important skin protein filaggrin.
It contains ceramide III, cholesterols which mimic the skin’s physiologic lipids and builds the skin barrier. Atogla cream contains GLA (Gamma Linolenic Acid) which controls the inflammation and also has an anti-irritant complex which takes off the skin irritation.
Key composition of Atogla Cream:
Therapeutic uses of Atogla cream:
Side effects of Atogla Cream:
Atogla cream generally won’t cause any side effects. If you experience any application site reactions such as dry skin, skin reddening, skin burning, skin rash or any other allergic reactions, check with your healthcare professional.
What is the age group in which we can use Atogla cream?
It should be used in the age group below 1 year and should be applied locally on the affected areas.
What dose of Atogla cream should be applied in a week?
According to journals, an average of 250 gm of this cream should be applied in a week.
Can Atogla cream be applied with other creams/lotions?
No, it cannot be applied with other creams and lotions.
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