DerMel® skin ointment medical grade honey - 50 gram

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Based on medical grade honey. Helps for dermatitis, superficial wounds and (very) dry skin. Advised by specialists and family doctors

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DerMel® skin ointment

DerMel® skin ointment is a greasy ointment based on medicinal grade honey. The medicinal grade honey in DerMel has some specific features:

  • antibacterial, 
  • anti-inflammatory and 
  • wound healing. 

The ointment is used for the treatment of eczema - atopic dermatitisas well as seborroic dermatitis. This pure natural honey also supports the healing of wounds caused by scratching the itch of eczema. DerMel® skin cream helps to restore the moisture balance and skin barrier.
DerMel also helps to repair the damaged and irritated skin. It can be applied to

  • superficial wounds, 
  • cracks 
  • (very) dry skin, 
  • lips and 
  • scars. 

Advised by specialists and general practitioners.

This pure natural ointment can be used by young and old for a long time because it does not contain corticosteroids and antibiotics.

DerMel® skin ointment was developed by scientists from Wageningen University and Research (NL)

Testimonials from doctors:
"... I now have a number of patients seen again who are all very satisfied about DerMel®. They like the fact that they can use DerMel® unlimited because it does not contains corticosteroids. Thanks to DerMel® the problems concerning atopic dermatitis are now better under control ... "
G.H.W. Saaf, GP, Hillegom

"... Parents regularly seek for an ointment without hormones on the skin of their child. DerMel® meets this need ... "
G. van Waveren, pediatrician, Bovenij Hospital Amsterdam

'... DerMel® reduces the colonization of S. aureus on the skin and improves the skin barrier. This makes DerMel® the ideal base treatment for atopic dermatitis ... '
Dr. A.J. Oosting, dermatologist Spaarne Hospital.

"... Very positive experience! The skin recovers quickly partly because of the itch after lubrication decreases rapidly ... "
M.F.I. Hilhorst, pediatrician and mother of child with eczema.

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