Eczema Prone

A compromised skin barrier function can lead to the development or exacerbation of skin conditions, including eczema¹. To help manage dry skin conditions such as eczema, it is recommended to use products containing moisturising ingredients that are designed to help maintain moisture and support the skin barrier.

QV's Dermcare Eczema Daily and Flare Up ranges are specifically formulated for dry, itchy eczema skin and are dermatologically tested and free from common irritants.

Daily management of mild to moderate eczema symptoms

QV Dermcare Eczema Daily is a new therapeutic range consisting of a cleanser and moisturiser to help relieve the symptoms of mild to moderate eczema. Scientifically formulated with the combination of ceramides and moisturisers to help repair the skin barrier and improve skin hydration.

  • QV Dermcare Eczema Daily Wash With Ceramides

    A pH-balanced cleanser for the face, body and hands for symptomatic relief of mild to moderate eczema.
  • QV Dermcare Eczema Daily Cream With Ceramides

    Intensely hydrating moisturiser for symptomatic relief of mild to moderate eczema.

Episodic management of mild eczema flare ups

The QV Flare Up range is scientifically formulated to help manage and relieve mild atopic eczema flares.

  • QV Flare Up Bath Oil

    For relief of atopic eczema skin flare ups.
  • QV Flare Up Wash

    Foaming wash designed to remove bacteria that can aggravate eczema skin.
  • QV Flare Up Cream

    Highly emollient cream to help reduce occurrence of eczema symptoms.

Extremely dry and cracked skin management

Extremely dry skin is commonly characterised by excessive skin flaking and cracked skin. It can be very sensitive to irritants, including water and water-based moisturisers. It is recommended that ointment-based moisturisers are used on dry, cracked skin to help increase skin hydration without stinging.

  • QV Dermcare Sting-Free Ointment

    Ointment-based moisturiser with ceramides to help soothe dry, cracked skin without stinging.

Learn more at The Lab

ECZEMA REQUIRES A DIAGNOSIS BY A MEDICAL PRACTITIONER.

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL. FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, WORSEN OR CHANGE UNEXPECTEDLY, TALK TO YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL.

1. Agrawal R, Woodfolk JA. Skin Barrier Defects in Atopic Dermatitis. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 2014;14(5):433.

2. Spada F, Harrison IP, Barnes TM, Greive KA, Daniles D, Townley J et al. A daily regimen of a ceramides-dominant moisturizing cream and cleanser restores the skin permeability barrier in adults with moderate eczema: a randomized trial. Dermatol Ther May 2021;34(4):e14970 (n=100)