Preventive treatment for dry, sensitive and parchment-like foot skin in patients with diabetes mellitus. For use on the whole foot, including between the toes and around wound edges2.
Allpresan® diabetic Foam Cream BASIC is a medical device for the specific treatment of dry and sensitive foot skin in patients with diabetes mellitus. Its special properties also make it suitable for the treatment of wound edges. Allpresan® diabetic Foam Cream BASIC boosts the skin’s barrier function, thus protecting against skin infections and ulcerations3,4,5.
The specially designed active formula forms a breathable, two-dimensional protective coating. It strengthens the barrier function, protects against external impacts, and reduces mechanical stresses such as friction without impairing natural skin function3,4,5. The skin is optimally supplied with moisture, and Pentavitin® also guards against moisture loss. Reduces roughness, counteracts pressure marks and smooths the skin2,5.
Mornings and evenings, apply an amount about the size of a hazelnut or walnut to the affected areas of the feet. Also beneficial for use between the toes. Allpresan® diabetic Foam Cream offers excellent convenience in use, since it is very easy to rub in. It can be applied very quickly without leaving behind an unpleasant greasy film. There is reduced risk of slipping, and you can put on your stockings – even compression stockings – immediately after use. Shake well before each use, and hold the container upright when applying (please ensure the can is in the upright position and do not tilt during use!)
Available in 125ml & 300ml
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Approximately 80% of people with diabetes mellitus suffer from some kind of skin problem as a consequence of high blood sugar levels. Typical symptoms include extreme dryness, calluses, pressure ulcers and cracks on the feet, foot fungus and the tiniest wound being a real danger for them1.
The sweat and sebaceous glands become imbalanced and often fail to work properly, leaving the skin without an adequate supply of oil & moisture. Thus the skin becomes rapidly rough and scaly. The problem is most visible on the legs and feet. Intensive daily care to the feet must therefore include an appropriate skin care regime to replenish the skin’s moisture and fat content, as well as create a protective layer against the outside environment1.
1. Dr Rainer Thiede, Dr Martin Lederle, Prof Rolf Daniels: Skin Care and Diabetes, Diabetes and the Skin 2011 2nd edition:35-3
2. Clinical Evaluation Report December 2010 (6 & 9)
3. Clinical Evaluation Report December 2010 (20)
4. Podologie Nr. 1 March 2005
5. Prof. Erhardt Proksch, Urea – Not a harmful Substance