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DD Cracked Skin Repair Cream

Soothe    Relief    Moisturize

What is Cracked Skin

Cracked skin can happen to anyone when their skin barrier is compromised, usually due to prolonged periods of dry and irritated skin. Most often they are found in your hands or feet, however, depending on the cause it can develop in other areas.


Under normal conditions, natural oils on the skin prevents the skin from drying out. But if your skin doesn’t have enough of the oils, it loses the moisture and causes your skin to dry out and eventually crack.

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What is It

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What It's Good For

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DD Cracked Skin Repair Cream is specially made to moisturise and speed up the healing process of cracked skin. It contains a unique combination of Urea, Hyaluronic acid, Ceramides and Olive fruit oil that further strengthens the skin barrier and retain moisture.


It is formulated in Europe, complying to the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) official standard.

1. Moisturize dry patches of skin

2. Soothe and relieve cracked, dry skin

3. Can be used on both hand and feet

4. Paraben and fragrance free

5. Non-greasy

6. Suitable for adults and infants

How to Use

For external use only. Apply twice daily after bath or shower.

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Ceramides Containing Cream Improved Dry, Flaking, Scaling Skin Condition in Subjects with Dry Skin Conditions  

Reference: Vender, R. et al., Journal of drugs in dermatology: JDD (2019), 18(1): 80-85

Moisturizing Cream Containing Urea Significantly Reduced Water Loss from Subjects with Severe Dry Skin  

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Reference: Rosado, C. et al., Skin Research and Technology (2009), 15(1): 77-83

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Hyaluronic Acid (HA) Significantly Improved Skin Lesions in Patients 

Reference: Rives, J. et al., British Journal of Dermatology (2002), 146(1): 94-100

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