A new study in the March 2009 issue of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology finds that the over-the-counter moisturizer, AlboleneŽ Moisturizing Cleanser (a long-trusted beauty staple for skin cleansing), is just as efficacious as a leading prescription moisturizer for mild to moderate eczema. For a fraction of the price and easier accessibility on the drug store shelf, Albolene has been clinically proven in the reduction of dryness, scaling and itching related to mild to moderate eczema.
Known for decades for its effective make up removing and skin moisturizing properties, Albolene Moisturizing Cleanser is made with mineral oil, petrolatum, paraffin and ceresin, which provide superior skin moisturization by trapping moisture, especially in areas that are prone to chafing, dryness and irritation. Used both as a "treatment" and a preventative, Albolene provides significant benefit in the clearing up and control of mild to moderate eczema.
If suffering from mild to moderate eczema, liberally apply Albolene twice daily over the dry skin patches to help moisturize the skin. Moisturization is necessary for treating eczema, which affects millions. For moderate eczema, apply a topical corticosteroid along with the Albolene. Discuss with your physician.