- Product description
- About the brand
Product description Avène XeraCalm A.D.Characteristics
Worried about intense localised itching that constantly urges you to scratch? Avène XeraCalm A.D. concentrated soothing treatment will bring you instant relief. It’s suitable for your whole body and face including eyelids, plus it moisturises dry areas prone to itchiness and atopic eczema.
The XeraCalm A.D. cream contains the unique I-modulia® complex obtained from the Avène thermal water. This complex instantly soothes itching and prevents further irritation. The product also helps restore your skin’s natural resilience and uses a sterile cosmetic technology to respect your skin and its microbiome as much as possible. It helps reduce acute skin dryness, fills cracks, and restores softness.
- instantly soothes localised itching and irritation
- reduces severe forms of skin dryness and fills cracks
- strengthens your skin’s natural defence mechanisms
- softens the skin and protects it from further irritation
- also suitable for infants, non-comedogenic
- patented, hermetically sealed packaging
→ tested on people with atopic dermatitis and/or localised dryness and itching
- 68 subjects showed a 69% reduction in itching after the first application
- 20 subjects shown increased skin hydration by 75%
Results of testing:
→ used by 49 people over 3 days, 4 times a day
- visible reduction in symptoms by 49% observed in people with atopic dermatitis
- I-modulia® complex – reduces itching sensations, improves your skin’s defence mechanisms and prevents irritation
- protective and restorative complex with cer-omega and highly concentrated plant oil – reduces acute skin dryness and fills cracks
- Avène thermal water – soothes the skin, softens it, and protects from irritation
- sterile formula
How to apply:
Apply to the areas of your skin that are prone to repeated, intense itching. Use up to 4 times a day.
First, wash your skin with the Avène XeraCalm A.D. relipidant cleansing oil, then spray on some Avène thermal water. In the next step, use the XeraCalm A.D. relipidant cream, and finally apply the XeraCalm A.D. concentrated soothing treatment.
- Complexion type
- dry, atopic dermatitis
- Skin type
- dry, atopic dermatitis
About the brand Avène
Many children and adults with skin conditions come here for spa treatments under the supervision of dermatologists. The combination of spa treatments and skin cosmetics from Avène significantly alleviates all symptoms. The effects of the local thermal water have been known since 1736. More than 300 clinical studies have confirmed the effectiveness of Avène thermal water and products made from it.
In 1975, the spa came into the hands of Pierre Fabre, a pharmacist who began to revive the former fame and glory of the Saint Odile spring. In 1990, the Eau Thermale Avène brand was launched. The capacity of the spa, which focuses exclusively on skin diseases, was expanded in 2005.
Thanks to its thoroughness, strictness, high standards in the use of thermal water, and years of research into new active ingredients, Avène has become one of the leading skin cosmetic brands. The high incidence of skin diseases in industrialised countries confirms that targeted, gentle yet effective, and specific care is necessary. Inflammation is common in various types of skin conditions that seem dissimilar at first glance, such as psoriasis and acne or wound healing and atopic dermatitis.
Avène skin cosmetics are sure to include something for your condition. Avène provides the most varied range of products for all levels of sensitivity – whether your skin is sensitive, hypersensitive, intolerant, or allergic.
Avène is the only brand in the world offering sterile products (for example, the Tolerance Extreme line). A special applicator prevents air and bacteria from reaching the product. The main benefits are the absence of preservatives, emulsifiers, and perfumes and a minimal number of carefully selected ingredients. All of these qualities make Avène the number 1 brand in France and number 2 in Europe and allow patients with skin disorders to use fine products that can be combined with topical medications.