Skin folds, irritated skin subject to maceration
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TRIGOPAX

PROTECTIVE AND SOOTHING SKINCARE

SKIN FOLD REDNESS AND IRRITATION

This care product has been designed to protect, sooth and repair the skin in the event of repeated friction and/or maceration, causing irritation and redness inside skin folds, particularly for athletes, elderly persons and obese subjects. Specific active substances limit maceration and friction, while promoting epidermal repair. The bacterial and fungal flora is controlled to limit risks of infection. Trigopax contains Amihope, a powder with lubricant properties 4 times superior to those of talc. Very well-tolerated, it does not irritate mucosal surfaces.

  • Protective and soothing barrier.
  • Specific dosage form (anhydrous cream) for a soft and powdery texture
  • No fragrance
  • Prevents skin fold irritations
Contenance  
TRIGOPAX

10,00 €

COMPOSITION
Ingredients :

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Tapioca Starch, Paraffinum Liquidum (Mineral Oil), Zinc Oxide, Phytosteryl Sunflowerseedate, Cera Microcristallina (Microcrystalline Wax), Paraffin, Lauroyl Lysine, Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides, Ciclopirox Olamine, Tocopherol.

The list of ingredients may be subject to changes. We advise you to check the list that appears on the product you buy.

CLINICAL TRIALS

Evaluation of local tolerance of a cosmetic product - 15 individuals - 2006  

Excellent tolerance: non-irritant for the skin and mucosa

Study of sensitising power according to the Marzulli-Maibach method - 2006

Non-sensitising

Instructions for use

Apply once to twice daily to clean and dry skin. For external use only.

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