A New Break Through in Eczema Treatment

Why Dexem?


Dexem breaks the scratching cycle

Scratching when suffering from an eczema flare-up, or any other form of skin irritation, causes damage.

This damage is then vulnerable to infection from bacteria - which in turn causes more irritation: it’s a

vicious cycle.

  • Dexem Repair 3 step mode of action
  • Acidic pH protects from bacterial overgrowth


Dexem Repair works in two ways to help break this cycle and so relieve the symptoms:


1. Dexem works as a protective barrier and moisturiser

Normal skin has a natural protective barrier; when suffering from an eczema flare-up or other skin irritation the balance of this barrier is disturbed. Dexem provides a physical barrier to the bacteria that can potentially lead to infections and so reduces the need to scratch – giving the skin a chance to recover.


2. Dexem actively repels bacteria

The unique 2QR complex in Dexem prevents bacteria from adhering, colonising and thereby infecting vulnerable skin by interfering with the micro-organism’s ability to stick to tissue.


Dexem is gentle to sensitive skin

Dexem contains no cytotoxicity and has no adverse effects or negative influence on skin regeneration.

Dexem Repair treats bacterial disturbances, prevents infection and enhances natural healing.


Dexem has no reported side effects

Dexem Repair is hormone-free, steroid-free and fragrance-free and has been dermatologically-tested.

It can be used to treat infants, children and adults.


Dexem Repair can be used on its own or in combination with other treatments such as corticosteroids.

Dexem should be applied AFTER the other treatment, because it forms a protective barrier on top

of the other agent.


Dexem contains no antibiotics

Development of antibiotic resistant strains of S. aureus such as methicillin resistant (MRSA) and fusidic acid resistant (FRSA) presents a problem in skincare. It is caused by inappropriate use or over-usage of antibacterial preparations. Because Dexem contains no antibiotics, it can never promote the emergence of resistant bacteria such as MRSA or FRSA.



What is Eczema
Role of the Staphylococcus Aureus in Eczema Flare-ups: