Hospigel gentle skin wash was recommended by my skin specialist when my eczema flare up was quite septic. It contains antiseptic and non-irritating and is used in hospitals for wound cleaning as well. Luckily it’s not drying even though it foams a little.
I use this when I have raw/broken skin during flare ups.
From the 180ml bottle:
Hospigel – for washing & bathing of face and body. Method of application: Apply to flannel sponge or directly into the skin and lather with a small amount of water. For washing: 2 – 3ml per wash; for bathing: 3 – 10ml per wash. pH = 5.
Due to popular request by many of our customers, and recommended by most doctors to patients, Hospigel is NOW AVAILABLE in our online shop.
UPDATE: Now that I’ve discovered that dust mites are the main trigger for my eczema, I’ve had to use Hospigel less in the last few months. The focus is to avoid the triggers if possible, rather than try to treat it later. More importantly, I’ve started using a shielding lotion and I’ve been really impressed with the results. For more info, you can read my review of Gloves in a Bottle shielding lotion.