The world’s first bio-clothing company, HappySkin, has launched its new range of HappySkin baby eczema clothing. The company’s products have already transformed the lives of tens of thousands of children suffering from atopic dermatitis around the globe, with its technologically-advanced fabrics able to provide relief in a way that traditional methods can’t.
More information can be found at www.happy-skin.com
The new categorised eczema clothing UK and international customers can buy for their children are available for Mild, Moderate and Severe levels of the problem, offering a cost saving and providing head-to-toe eczema relief for their young children. Compared to traditional paraffin-based cream used to treat the problem, it’s proven to be far more effective at returning the skin to health.
A Proven Track Record In Fabric Technology
HappySkin is owned by Intelligent Fabric technologies Ltd, which has a proven track record in the fabric technology industry, having previously worked with Nike in the development of Dri-Fit products.
Having taken 15 years to develop, their line of eczema clothing is coated with a unique compound that stimulates nerve endings just below the skin’s surface that are usually dormant when atopic dermatitis has taken hold.
Invisible to the naked eye, this proprietary coating features a cross-section that replicates the top layer of human skin. When the garment is worn and the coating comes into direct contact with eczema-damaged skin, nerve endings are stimulated into thinking that the skin has normalized, kick-starting the process of managing moisture in and out of the body.
Managing moisture to keep the skin at a comfortable temperature is one of the most important functions of our skin and unlike paraffin-based emollient creams that are widely used to treat the symptoms of skin diseases like eczema. These creams end up blocking the pores and obstructing the skin’s natural functionality, but HappySkin eczema clothing treats the cause of the problem, allowing the skin to recover.
Anyone wanting to know more about HappySkin eczema clothing should visit their website www.happy-skin.com for more details.
James Taylor House
St Albans Road East
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