SBR Repair

  • Replaces ceramide, cholesterol and free-fatty acids in the correct molar ration for accelerated skin barrier repair.3,4
  • Re-acidifies atopic skin to assist with skin barrier integrity and healing.6,7,8
  • Steroid-sparing.9
  • May be supplemented with SBR Protect throughout the day.1

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References: 1. SBR Repair® Cream package leaflet. July 2021. 2. SBR Protect® Cream package leaflet. July 2021. 3. Man MQ, Feingold KR, Thornfeldt CR, Elias PM. Optimization of Physiological Lipid Mixtures for Barrier Repair. J. Invest. Dermatol. 1996;106(5):1096-101. 4. Adcock Ingram Data on File. 5. Purnamawati S, Danarti R, Saefudin T. The Role of Moisturizers in Addressing Various Kinds of Dermatitis: A Review. Clin Med Res 2017;15(3-4):75-87. Doi: 10.3121/cmr.2017.1363. 6. Angelova-Fischer I, Fischer TW, Abels C, Zillikens D. Accelerated barrier recovery and enhancement of the barrier integrity and properties by topical application of a pH 4 vs. a pH 5.8 water-in-oil emulsion in aged skin. Br J Dermatol 2018;179:471-477. DOI 10.1111/bjd.16591. 7. Fluhr JW, Kao J, Jain M, Ahn SK, Feingold KR, Elias PM. Generation of Free Fatty Acids from Phospholipids Regulates Stratum Corneum Acidification and Integrity. J Invest Dermatol. 2001;117(1):44-51. 8. Adcock Ingram Data on File. 9. Kucharekova M, Van De Kerkhof PCM, Van Der Valk PGM. A randomized comparison of an emollient containing skin-related lipids with a petrolatum-based emollient as adjunct in the treatment of chronic hand dermatitis. Contact Dermatitis. 2003;48(6):293-99.


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