DEXERYL Emollient Cream
Statistically significant effectiveness proven in clinical studies on over 1000 patients. These studies were conducted against a placebo or comparator, providing the highest level of scientific evidence
Regular application of Dexeryl Emollient Cream, twice a day, on the feet, for 28 days, allows a significant reduction of 41% of the skin dryness of the foot in diabetic patients1.
increase in hydration index after 28 days¹ ²
1- MARTINI J. et al. Efficacy of an emollient cream in the treatment of xerosis in diabetic foot: a double-blind, randomized, vehicle-controlled clinical trial. JEADV 2016
2- Hydration index measured by corneometry.
To evaluate the efficacy of an emollient cream (DEXERYL) on xerosis of the feet in diabetic patients.
Prospective, randomised, multicentre, double-blind clinical trial. Contralateral vehicle-controlled (placebo) study.
57 diabetic patients.
2 applications daily.
Assess the severity of xerosis (XAS score) after 28 days of treatment with Dexeryl compared to vehicle-treated feet
Evolution of the XAS score at D14 and the global skin score. Number of feet with cracks, deep cracks, hyperkeratosis, threatening hyperkeratosis and xerosis at D14 and D28. Hydration index measured by corneometry and xerosis by image analysis on D-squame test at D14 and D28. Skin relief at D14 and D28. Subjects' views on treatment
DEXERYL is safe and well tolerated.
Type 1 and type 2 diabetes can both cause skin symptoms and conditions. The feet of diabetics are not spared1. What happens to the skin of diabetics? And, in particular, the feet? What are the causes? And the complications? How do you take care of your feet when you have diabetes?