Dermin

Nourishing emulsion for the support of irritated and itchy skin.

Dermin is a microemulsion with a permeation enhancer that accelerates the absorption of ingredients into the skin. It is suitable for inflammatory skin diseases, itching, redness and dry skin and it strengthens the skin barrier and the lipid layer. Dermin is absorbed quickly, contains regenerating, anti-itching and health-promoting ingredients. The added anti-licking deterrent prevents animals from licking off the emulsion.

Ingredients (excerpt)

  • Cannabidiol (= CBD)

    CBD is a natural substance that can help relieve itching. It also supports the regeneration of the skin and prevents the affected areas from being scratched open.

  • Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) ( Palmitamide MEA)

    PEA is a fatty acid amide and acts as an agonist that activates the endogenous cannabinoid receptor. It is believed to act predominantly at the CB2 receptor, thereby providing anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits for the skin. Although clinical studies on animals remain limited, initial studies have shown positive effects on the skin. In human studies, PEA has already shown positive effects in relieving itching, skin redness and dryness.

  • Horse chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)

    Horse chestnut has anti-inflammatory and blood circulation stimulating properties.

  • Ceramides III

    Ceramides are naturally found in the skin barrier. These protect the skin against dehydration and penetration of allergens. A deficiency of ceramides can lead to skin barrier damage, which in turn may cause the penetration of allergens and promote inflammation. A sufficient amount of ceramides strengthens the lipid layer and reduces water loss, improving the skin's appearance.

  • Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis)

    Aloe vera is known for its moisturizing and soothing properties. In addition, it promotes wound healing and has anti-inflammatory properties. It also has a cooling effect on the skin.

  • Rapeseed oil

    Canola oil is rich in linoleic acid, an important component of ceramides, which support the lipid layer and thus the skin barrier. A deficiency of linoleic acid can lead to inflammatory conditions of the skin. Canola oil also contains Omega-3 fatty acids, which help create a skin barrier and have anti-inflammatory properties. It can relieve itching and help restore damaged skin.